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Patch Rubber Tire Puncture Repair Pilot Wire Patch Plugs Use for crown puncture repairs in bias and radial passenger and truck tires. The metal quill facilitates insertion and protects the plug from damage in steel belted tires. Do not use if injury angle is greater than 20° from perpendicular 14508 Use to fill injuries in conjunction with carbide cutters and/or plug cutters. Rubber cured plug covered with Dual Cure Cushion Gum for filling injuries. Apply with Fast-Dry Cement see page 312. myerstiresupply.com 309 Plug Stems Order No. 14569 Size Qty. Box Carbide Inches mm Cutters* 14568 1/8 3 50 42393 14569 1/4 6 40 42378 14570 3/8 10 25 42379 14571 1/2 15 25 42373 14572 5/8 15 20 42164 14574 1 25 15 42367 14576 1 1/4 30 10 N/A 14526 Pulling Wire 1 Order No. Size Inches mm Patch Dia. Inches mm Qty. Box Carbide Cutters* Bulk Order No. Bulk Box Qty. 14040 1/8 3 1 3⁄4 45 18 42393 98815 96 14041 1/4 6 1 3⁄4 45 18 42378 98816 96 14042 3/8 10 1 3⁄4 45 18 42379 Bow Tie Inserts These inserts are manufactured with a specially formulated high tensile rubber and covered by Dual Cure Cushion Gum. A nailhole repair unit should be installed to provide a permanent repair. Apply with Fast-Dry Cement page 312. Order No. Description Size Inches mm Qty. Box 14556 Passenger Bow Tie 3/8 x 2 3/8 10 x 60 50 14557 Truck Bow Tie 5/8 x 3 1/8 15 x 80 20 14558 EM Bow Tie 3⁄4 x 4 20 x 100 20 Order No. Mfr. Code Stem Dia. Inches mm Patch Dia. Inches mm Qty. Box Carbide Cutters 14508 QPP 2 1/4 6 2 1/4 55 25 42378 14509 QPP 3 5/16 8 2 1/4 55 25 42395 14510 QPP 4 3/8 10 1 100 10 42379 14511 QPP 5 1/2 15 4 100 10 42373 Order No. Mfr. Code Stem Dia. Inches mm Patch Dia. Inches mm Qty. Box 97381 QPP 1 1/8 3 2 1/4" 55 18 97382 QPP 2 1/4 6 2 1/4" 55 25 Order No. Description Mfr No. Size Inches mm Qty Box 14532 Round Insert R 2 1/4 x 2 6 x 50 20 14534 Round Insert R 8 1/4 x 8 6 x 200 15 14533 Oval Insert O 2 3/8 x 2 10 x 50 20 14535 Oval Insert O 9 3/8 x 9 10 x 230 15 98023 OTR Insert EM 1/2 x 8 15 x 200 10 Note: Plug Stems are for use in the crown area on passenger, light truck, and truck tires. They should always be used as part of a two-piece repair with a repair unit to seal the innerliner. Note: Pilot Wire Patch Plugs are for use in the crown area on passenger, light truck, and truck tires if the angle of penetration is not more than 20° from the perpendicular. If the angle is greater than 20° use a separate plug stem and the appropriate repair unit. Speed Plug Quilled Patch Plugs Quilled Patch Plugs 14040 14042 14041 14041 The combination patch plugs fills and seals the injury in one step. Use the 1⁄8" units to seal pinhole leaks, keeping the injury as small as possible. The 1⁄8" unit is also acceptable for the repair of Z-rated tires in the tread only. 1/4" units are the maximum puncture repair limit for passenger and light truck tires. Choose any of the Patch Plug repairs for truck tire punctures up to 3⁄8". The wire tip, molded into the repair units, eliminates pull-thru wires and makes them easy to thread through the injury from inside the tire. The stem and repair unit are coated with Dual Cure Cushion Gum creating a permanent bond to the tire with increased adhesion compared to chemical cure repair units. Apply with Fast-Dry Cement see page 312. The proper carbide cutter reams and standardizes the injury for the installation of the Pilot Wire Patch Plug (see chart). 14509 14510 14511 97382 Use for crown puncture repairs in bias and radial passenger and truck tires. The metal quill facilitates insertion and protects the plug from damage in steel belted tires. Repair Inserts 98023 14534 14532 14533 14558 14557 14556 42379 14570 42378 14568 42393 14526 All inserts are composed of a core of cured rubber covered with Dual Cure Cushion Gum. The large diameter OTR EM Oval Inserts help eliminate “ganging” smaller inserts to repair punctures in OTR tires. A combination of compression and chemical vulcanization locks inserts into the injury. Apply with Fast-Dry Cement see page 312. Dual Cure


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