Lordco has the tire goop but I"m not sure about irons. Many of the bike shops that cater to off road bikes will have tire irons but the good ones are not cheap and the cheap ones are crude to the extreme. But if you get the cheap ones and polish the ends with a Dremel or other grinder and polisher then they can be pretty decent.
Or if you invest in a cheap angle grinder, a disc or two and a sanding disc and papers you can make your own from cut down wrenches. Get the ones that fit your bike axles if this is for a dirt bike so you get double duty from them.
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