Victor® Steel Belted Radial Repair Kit (22-5-00104-8)
- Contains: 1 rasp tool, 1 inserting needle, 3 repair plugs
- Replacement plugs Ace no. 80226
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Comments about Victor® Steel Belted Radial Repair Kit (22-5-00104-8):
A tire on my Honda Civic was leaking air at a rate of 5PSI per day. I sprayed soapy water on the tire and found that a screw of about 1/8 inch diameter stuck in the tire was the problem. I ordered this repair kit and got it at the ACE Harware store in a few days. I pulled out the screw with a pair of pliers and did the repair according to the instruction which was not difficult. I only had to use one half of a plug, so I used only 1/6 of what was in the package. After 2 weeks, I have not even lost one PSI of pressure after 200 miles with freeway driving half of the time. Use mechanics gloves for better grip and protection. You could use a pair of large pliers or a wrench to turn the tool for more torque if necessary.