Thread: Tire Repair
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Old 08-26-2007, 07:34 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by JimVonBaden
It is the guts removed from the $10 CH pump from Walmart. Add a couple of cheep tools and a $4 tire plug kit from Walmart, and you have it,

I kept my complete unit, and have used it several times. The motor gets very hot, and the exposed gears would hurt if you touched them while it was moving.


Just go buy the pump from WalMart and all of the accessories/tools. Everything shown in that pick can be purchased at Wal-Mart. Or better yet, what I did was buy the small pump and tire patch kit, but carry much better tools. I also carry a BMW plug to standard plug so that I can plug in whatever I need to the bike (I have a battery tester that I also plug in). I would also pick up a better air guage than that cheap one.
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