A couple weeks ago I was doing some commando off road riding with the GF on back. Upon getting back on the pavement the bike felt loose. I initially thought it was because being a very windy day it was just the wind. Before turning on a main highway I stopped to give the tires a quick look. All looked well so I motor on. A few miles later I pulled into the GF drive and immediately could tell the rear of the GS was setting low. The tire was half down. Unloaded Kelly and got my self home about a mile away. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o> I have had a few flats on tube tires but never a tubeless. First time for everything and as I quickly found out a good thing my first was in my driveway. Found a cut in the tire no screw or nail just a cut .Got out my BMW plug kit, the same kit that used to come on BMW bikes <o></o> Used the insertion tool to ream the hole a bit and proceed to do some plugging. Turns out the BMW special cement wasnt special anymore. Guess it has short a shelf life. Or I could of missed the BMW comcept altogether. At any rate I got it plugged but was not satisfied the plug would hold. That was lesson #1 <o></o> Lesson #2 the 3 co2 cartridges supplied a total of 21 PSI. Not so good. <o></o> From reading this forum I got the following ideas. <o></o> After some searching I ordered some plugs from http://www.safetyseal.com/store/atvkit.htm <o></o> Bought a cheap Campbell Hausfeld inflator ($9.96) The one without the built in gauge. Striped off the plastic. Soldered on some clips to connect to the battery. <o></o> <o></o> <o></o> <o></o> <o></o> Put every thing along with a tire gauge, reamer from BMW kit and knife in a small nylon pouch. <o></o> <o></o> Glad I didnt need this 1000 miles from home in the middle of nowhere.