The Tyre repair extention tool kit for Yamaha Tenere 700 and BMW R 1200/1250 GS(A)
You can simply extend your Wheel Service Kit with this Tyre repair tool kit Extension Smart Bundle. The extra items in this kit complete the Wheel Service Kit. It allows you to service the bikes wheels, brakes, change a tyre or fix a road side flat tube!
The Tyre Extension Tool Kit includes;
- two Tyre-Pro tire spoons
- one Tyre-Pro bead breaker
- one Tyre-Pro lever set
- one Eastbound storage pouch
- one set of spare O-rings
- user instructions
An ultra-compact, lightweight and truly pocket sized motorcycle tyre repair kit
The most commonly used motorcycle tyre repair kits are not designed with the emphasis on weight and compactness. They are often too long to fit in a tool roll and difficult to carry on a motorbike with very little storage space. While too long to fit a tool roll they are often too short to be really efficient when used. The Tyre-Pro motorcycle tyre repair kit solves these paradoxal requirements and is truly pocket size and yet provides full size spanners, tire levers and a patented powerful bead breaker.
Packing size optimized for motorcycle travel
This kit packs in a small pouch of only 17 x 9cm (6.7″ x 3.6″). With roughly the size of a smartphone, this pouch weights only +/- 275 grams (0.60 lbs/9.7 oz). This allows for easy permanent storage on the bike. You can also easily put the kit in your jacket pockets or even inner pockets. Very useful for day rides when you don’t carry luggage. The Tyre-Pro tools kits are designed for situations when space and weight are at a premium.
TIP; preparing for a holiday or adventure trip!? You may want to check your tires not only for thread depth and other wear but also how old your tires are and when they have been fitted on the rims. If a tire has been on a rim for a couple of years without being touched, the rubber can be almost “vulcanized” to the Aluminium rims. Breaking the bead with hand tools in case of a puncture in that situation in the field will be a very very difficult job depending on tire brand and type. If the tire has been on the rim for a long time it is therefore strongly recommended to break the bead before departure (or have it broken in your motorcycle shop) and “freshen up” and lubricated the beads with tire lube. It will make life a lot easier in case of that dreaded punture in the middle of nowhere! Preperation is everything!