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Halfords Essentials Puncture Repair Kit with Tyre Levers - Large 533098

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Halfords Essentials Puncture Repair Kit with Tyre Levers - Large

The Halfords Essentials Puncture Repair Kit with Tyre Levers provides an essential kit for when you have that dreaded puncture.

Features & Benefits:
  • 18 x patches
  • 2 x 5g adhesive tubes
  • 2 x tyre levers
  • Sandpaper
  • Chalk
  • Marker Crayon
Use and care:
  • Remove the wheel from the bike
  • Remove the valve cap and retaining nut
  • Use the tyre levers included to remove the tyre
  • Insert the tyre levers between the tyre and the wheel rim directly opposite the valve
  • Engage one tyre lever under the bead of the tyre and engage second lever 1-2″ (30-50mm) from the first lever then pull both levers toward spokes to lift bead off the rim
  • Disengage one lever, then move it two inches (5cm) along the rim and engage the lever in the bead, then pull the lever to lift the next section of bead off the rim
  • Repeat engaging the lever until the bead loosens, then slide the lever along the rim under the bead until the tyre comes free of the rim on one side
  • Do not use a screwdriver, knife, or other sharp objects, which might damage tyre or tube
  • Remove the tyre and carefully run your fingers along the tyre checking for thorns or glass
  • Remove the inner tube and inflate the tube slightly - this will make it easier to identify where the hole is by listening for the air escaping.
  • Once the hole has been located, mark using the crayon included.
  • Use the sandpaper to roughen the area around the hole
  • Apply enough glue to cover an area a little bigger than the repair patch that you need.
  • Allow the glue to dry before applying the patch
  • Remove the foil from the back of the repair patch and centre it over the hole, pressing it down firmly for 60 seconds
  • Grate the chalk included on the back of the pack around the patch to absorb the rest of the glue.
  • Re-insert the tube, tyre and wheel

Hazards & Warnings
Danger: Highly flammable liquid and vapour
Warning: Causes skin irritation
Warning: May cause drowsiness or dizziness