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Slime Skabs - 6-Pack

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Product Description

Skabs are handy pre-glued bike tube and tubeless tire patches. Pack light and go with Skabs!

  • No messy glue to deal with.
  • The quickest way to get riding again.
  • Pick 'em and Stick 'em.
  • Includes six (6x) 1" diameter patches and scuffer.
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nice and fast.
Joerider Location: Ma.
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Verified Purchaser
Location: Southern California
Good for the desert bag

Bought them for a long ride i was going on. Haven't used them yet but i have heard they will hold up to fix a flat in the middle of nowhere!

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Location: Ma.

nice and fast. good temporary fix

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Top 500 Contributor
Location: NY
Worth less

i tried them and when i put air int he tube the would hold for a little while then the started to bubble and exploded. Just buy a car tube patch, they hold better

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Location: Modesto, CA
Good items

These are good items to have around when you are doing a tire change. Just scruff the area up and apply the patch! They hold Great. Whats even better is Motosport and their customer service. THANK YOU MOTOSPORT!

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Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Location: Athens, PA
They work

I was doing a tire change today and pinched the tube. So I took out a Skab stuck it on pumped up the tube to check it held. I finished the tire change and it is still holding air at 60 psi. Now I just need to learn how not to pinch the tube.

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