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Tubeless Tire Repair
"We've had tremendous response from FARM SHOW's report," says Charles Nealey whose new tubeless tire repair kit was featured in our January-February issue. The kit will fix up to 24 punctures in any size tire up to 24 ply and costs just $17.95. What's more, you can repair a punctured tire in less than a minute without even having to remove the wheel from the car, truck or tractor.
Nealey's repair kit includes an inserting tool that looks like a screw driver with a needle eye in the end. There are also 24 rubberized strands of sealant.
"To repair a tire, you simply thread the repair strand through the eye of the inserting tool, push the threaded tool into the puncture up to the handle and give it a turn and a half," explains Nealey. "Then, pull the tool out until it clears the puncture and cut the repair tool free. The entire procedure takes less than a minute. The repair is permanent and will last the life of the tire."
The price, including shipping, for the kit is $17.95 in the U.S., and $21 in Canada (payable in Canadian dollars).
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The Nealey Company, 8767 Sunny Hill Drive, Des Moines, Iowa 50322 (ph 515 276-2171).


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