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Item # PAR0174

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Remove stubborn tires and seal punctures with the Park Tool Tire & Tube Repair Kit - TR-1C.

Tech Specs

Tire Levers:
yes
Other Tools:
patches
Claimed Weight:
192467 g
Recommended Use:
fixing flats, bro

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If you need it, you'll like this kit

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Not a whole lot to say about Park Tool's patch kit, it just isn't that complicated. Lots of other vendors and big box stores have similar crappy versions of this same package. Do yourself a favor and buy this one; you'll get good quality tapered patches and everything else you need in order to get the job done in the field (or on the road).

I do wish it came with a case, but that's hard to do with the tire levers included. There are ways to make this package smaller (check out Park Tool's other vulcanizing patch set),. but the size isn't so big it's of concern.

Avg. ride time: 2h 20m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Best patch kit out there!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been having bad tube/tire luck lately, so decided to make sure all my bikes had some levers, patches, and tubes to carry.
Levers are levers, but you buy this because it comes with the Park GP-2 glueless patch kit. These are by far the best patches out there. Super easy to use and never fail!

Light weight and durable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Excellent companion kit to have on the road or trail when out riding. These have proven to be extremely durable and work great to get tires on and off.

Does what it should

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've tried other composite/aluminum levers and come back to these every time...mainly because they have outlasted the test of time. I've been on my original set for nearly 4 years! I recently bought another pair as my girlfriend stole mine for her pack. They are lightweight and if used properly (make sure to separate the bead seal all around the tire before using so the tire can stretch off) they will perform time after time.



I'm tubeless now but will hand the patches over to the GF as well. I've used these patches in the past and work very well for thorns or other small punctures. I have used them on small pinch flats but as always, make sure to bring an extra tube!

so useful

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this little tool is a great companion, used it several times. the tools work great to get the tire off and the patch kit works so good. all of this fits in my saddle bag along with my tire.

Get this. Always carry it. No problem.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using Park Tool's tire levers and patches for years now. The levers have never broken, even with some seriously tight beads on tubeless road tires. Although technically the patches are designed simply to get you home so you can replace the tube, I've had tubes with patches from this kit last for 6 or more months (the puncture demons having been graciously and miraculously held at bay by the cycling gods) without losing air. I've had some tubes with up to three of these patches on it before needing to be replaced. They just work (and they'll save you a lot of money, too!).

Used These For Years

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used these levers for many years with few issues. Yes, I've snapped one on a particularly troublesome tire, but really, you can break anything if you try hard enough. I always carry one, and occasionally give one to someone in need. How could these be better? Fluorescent colors (but Park is blue, yes, I know). 4 stars because Chris King does not make a tire lever, I'm saving my 5 star tire lever rating for that.

Good combo

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

You probably need levers to get yout tire off. What if you get two flats in one ride with only one extra tube. You're going to have to patch one of them. Stick on patches are much easier to use than glue on patches on the side of the road or in the woods. Good idea, Park, to sell them together.

Good Repair Set

    Does what is should. Little bit skinnier lever seems like it's a little easier to get under the bead than wider styles. Only complaint is that it doesn't come with a lifetime warranty like Pedros. That being said, these levers feel really solid. Other reviews said they have broken them though.



    That patch kit is the best I've used. Super quick and easy to apply. And if you do it right, that patch makes an excellent seal and holds tight; I've never had one come off.

    Avg. ride time: 2h 53m per week
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    Great Patch Kit

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a simple and inexpensive kit that has everything you need for fixing flats out on the trail. No complaints.

    Bomber tire levers

      Great little kit with everything you need to get yourself out of a flat (other than a pump). The Park Tool levers are super strong, but the plastic won't damage your rim. 3 is over kill though, so I leave one in the tool box and only carry 2 with me.



      Wish it all came in a case or a pouch like the Lezyne Lever kit, but this is my back up/around town kit that I keep in my Lezyne Caddy which has organizational pockets for everything.