Park VP-1 Vulcanizing Patch Kit

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Description

The most dependable patch available!  The small patch kit packs easily so it can take it with you on every ride.   

This patch kit contains:

  • 4x 25mm round patches.
  • 2x 25 x 35mm oval patches.
  • Sandpaper.
  • Self-vulcanising fluid.

Directions:

  1. Once you locate the hole, lightly sand the area.  Too much will damage the tube!
  2. Apply glue evenly around the hole.  Should cover an area larger than the patch you intend to use.  
  3. Let glue dry.  Should take a few minutes.  
  4. Handling only the edges, centre and firmly press patch over the hole.  Keep pressure for a few minutes.  
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Reviews

5

Typical Park Tools quality in

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Typical Park Tools quality in a handy carry box. All the items you need to fix a tube or a tyre.

Sometimes you just can’t beat the old style Vulc patch.

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I hate fixing flat tyres... but if I have too at least I know with these patches that it's 100% job done. the instant fix patch's can be good too, but I find they can come loose, especially if getting older..

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Typical Park Tools quality in

by -

Typical Park Tools quality in a handy carry box. All the items you need to fix a tube or a tyre.

Sometimes you just can’t beat the old style Vulc patch.

by -

I hate fixing flat tyres... but if I have too at least I know with these patches that it's 100% job done. the instant fix patch's can be good too, but I find they can come loose, especially if getting older..

Specifications

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Park VP-1 Vulcanizing Patch Kit763477008565

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