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In the “gosh, I wish I had thought of that!” category 🙂
Great idea…….except that the levers broke when I slipped them under the rim to remove the tire when I got a flat. I now carry a regular set of tire levers and a regular patch kit. Needs stronger plastic.
I wondered how strong those levers might be. They do look a little thin.
I also loved the idea, even though I carry a real patch kit; why not have a backup plan? The problem is the shape of the levers – they are rounded at the end instead of squared off, which makes them want to pop right out of the bead/rim gap when you attempt to slide them around the rim. Too bad, because it’s otherwise a good idea, but the shape makes them nearly useless.