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I have one... never needed it my self but did help a couple others. Haven't tried it in yrs... wonder if it still works??? lol. Its just Canadian tire one, no guage.
 

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I carry a small SLIME brand along with a plug kit I got at Auto Zone.
 
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I've got a cheap one that I bought at Princess Auto, along with a plug kit. Never had a flat on an ATV but really don't want to have the first one when I'm 20km from the camp
 

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I carry one also but never used it on my atv. Not sure what brand it but it was cheap from a auto parts store.
 

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I have a small Slime compressor and plug kit I bought at Walmart. Like said above, I've helped out other, but not myself yet.
 

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I have always put double the amount of Slime into my tires before riding and redo it every couple of years and so far I haven't had a problem with flats except for when I didn't have any Slime in them. A friend just packs a couple of cans of Fix-A-Flat on his to inflate and seal the hole, while another friend carries a tire shop in a box on his. From one extreme to another.
 

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I carry a small 20g CO2 cartridge inflator, and small plug and patch kit. Got me home when my sidewall got sliced when I hit a rock too hard. The patch didn't hold and I had to tube the tire, but I was able to get home with air in the tire thanks to the CO2.
 

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I carry a small 20g CO2 cartridge inflator, and small plug and patch kit. Got me home when my sidewall got sliced when I hit a rock too hard. The patch didn't hold and I had to tube the tire, but I was able to get home with air in the tire thanks to the CO2.

Same here, its small and light but does the job.
 

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I carry an el'cheapo compressor. I often play with tire pressure when on the trail. Trails very a lot where I live.
 

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I carry a small Slime compresses. Dial in the psi and push the button. Pretty accurate.... if my Yamaha tire gauge is accurate as well? $45 Canadian at Walmart +-? Used it on buddies flat. Works as advertised...
 
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