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How to fix a flat tyre with a tyre plug

In this video I demonstrate how easy it is to fix a flat tyre using a tyre plug without even taking the tyre off the rim or the wheel off the car. For simple punctures through the tread area this is a quick, cheap and easy fix that anyone can do.

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Steve Baile
Steve Baile
I’m the founder of Expedition Australia, a writer, filmmaker & adventure travel junkie. Passionate about my family, health and fitness, hiking, 4WD touring, adventure motorbikes, camping and exploring as much of the planet as I can.


  1. Hi Steve I liked your movie on how to fix a tyre as I had to do it for the first time myself on our trip to Cape York last month. I got it right the first go and it lasted 5000ks until I got new tyres.
    In my kit the tube of liquid was called lubricant, your movie calls it glue. I though it would be glue also but I've checked again and it's call lubricant. Not sure what's correct but it don't matter as both of our tyres stayed up.
    Thanks mate for your tips etc.

  2. I saw these kits for the first time today and wondered if they really work. Guess I'm back to the shop tomorrow. Thanks heaps

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