I buy these for every bike I get. I absolutely love the peace of mind that I can hammer sharp rocks and not be too worried about flats. I love that I can use regular tire plugs to fill holes. And the added traction of being able to dump your tires down to just a few psi is phenomenal. Installing them is not nearly as easy as the lady in the video makes it look lol.
Nuetech Tubliss System
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I've installed a couple of these now, a rear and a front. Follow the instructions religiously and you'll be fine. If you don't you'll probably screw it up. One big tip I can attest to is to use green slime product as your lubrication. Put it everywhere there's going to be contact between tire, rim and or tubliss and tire and rim. I use it instead of the soapy water recommendation in the instructions. I can't say it'll always work but it has for me! Take a minute to really understand how this all goes together at the start and you'll have an easier time putting it on.
I have been running them on F/R , for two seasons now. Installation is super important... Read and Follow the instructions!.... Yes i had to drill 2 holes in my rims, but if you follow the instructions and take your time, it is not all that hard. I have not had to repair a flat on the trail since i installed the system. the replacement tubes for front and rear are cheep, small, and lightweight to carry, changing them will take twice as long as a normal tube. the inner tube that locks the tire to the rim needs 100 to 110psi ... so i carry a small high PSI Pump with me, and a patch plug/patch kit, that i have not had to use yet.. the system allows you to air down the outer tire to low pressures without having to worry about pinch flats, while the inner high pressure tube helps protect the rim from bottoming out. Balancing a must after for higher speeds.
Way better than a tube, never had a flat tire with this. Is nit easy to put on but watching the intruction videos help you.
Great product overall
Changed the way I ride it works so well. I am 56 years young and riding for years and years this is the BEST THING EVER!!
It is very important to take your time and follow the install instructions. Watch the installation video! A picture is worth a thousand words but a video is worth a million. By following the instructions I feel the tubliss system is almost easier to install than a traditional tube. Check the high and low pressure chambers before each ride. I have only one ride so far, I ran the low pressure side at 7.5 psi. Traction was good, the high pressure liner gives the sidewall good stability. I will start to test lower pressures in the future. The ability to run lower pressures really helps avoid deflection on roots and rocks. Great setup, bike was a 2002 CR250 setup for GNCC racing.
I tried Tubliss to try to get better traction and improve my ability to climb slippery single track trails. I typricall ride 65 to 90 mile loops on logging roads, atv tracks, single tracks at least twice a week about 5500 miles a year. It's rocky, rooty and wet in the mountains on the Oregon Coast where I ride. After 6 rides, I'm convinced that Tubliss are amazing. They work exactly as promised. Traction is greatly increased, the ride is much more plush and your tires last longer. There may still be a use for tubes, but I could not tell you as a recreational rider why I would ever go back to them. 2015 KTM 350 EXC-F.
When you follow the directions they go on easy and and they hold air as advertised I have ridden on them several times and surprised that I could run 10 psi and have never had to add air
The TUbliss system works great! Being able to run really low pressures in slick conditions adds a huge amounts of traction. I had a bit of a problem with the install but Jeff from TUbliss was quick to respond and help me diagnose the problem! Will be using TUbliss on all future bikes!
After getting one to many flats, and having my riding time cut short. I decided to give the tubliss system a try. I have only a couple hours riding time on it so far, and it lives up to my expectations. Good handling, and no worry of a flat.
If there is a downside to this system, it may be fact that a hole 7/16" must be drilled into rim 4 spokes from the valve stem hole.
If your ok with the hole drilling, then the benefits will outweigh the fact that there is another hole in your rim.
Like I mentioned, only a couple hours ride time so far, but the handling is very good, and the "no fear of flat" is nice.
I included a picture of the tubliss on my front rim.
Absolutely a must have product. Got the tubliss system for the front and back tire. Had some operator error on the back tire. Called nuetech and they have probably some of the best customer service I have ever experienced. Tubliss does exactly what it's supposed to do.
I purchased this system after suffering a pinch flat in the rear and then a pinch flat in the front the following weekend. I had read that installation was more involved. There are more steps, however the instructions are clear and installation was no more difficult than regular tubes. On the track I experimented with air pressures between 6 and 8 psi. I found I like about 7.25 in the rear and about 8 in the front. Traction was great and I made up significant time on flat corners. I had no issues with leaks, the bike feels more planted, and I felt an advantage over other riders in certain track conditions. I will be using these from now on.
this is by far the best system I have ever used!
super solid!!! SAVES money big time!!
I have had them on for some time forget about pinched inner tubes or a flat inner tube ruining ur day at the track... since I have had these on I have not had one flat and if I do I can still ride with the flat or takeout the nail and plug It up with a plug and go easy quick fix anywhere..
when its time to change tires just need to order the tubeless innertubes that are only 12$ and I only had to change mine every time I put new tires on and that's because I want to not have to.
They work as advertised. Great product
It isn't often that someone is able to reinvent the wheel but Nutech has pulled it off! Make sure to pay super close attention to the installation video noting hand movements and placement. I was too rough the first time but Jeff Douglas at Nutech went way beyond expectations and called me while on his vacation even after he had just been injured!!! They sent me a replacement and the next two installs went on perfectly. Step up and give it a try. I'm hitting big logs and rocks(1-2 foot) very hard at 9 psi. Incredible!!!
Have used this for 5 rides over roots ,rocks and creek runs with many different sizes of rocks and ledges and not a flat yet,very impressed and highly recommend.
I have used one on the rear for two years, I am a big fan. I had to get one for the front as well.
Everything I read about this product is accurate and true.
Installation is easier than with standard tubes.
Traction is noticeably better.
Wheels are better balanced.
I don't get jack hammered in the arms as much over roots and rocks due to running at 10-F and 8-R.
Follow the directions and you'll have great success.
Make the investment its worth every penny!
The Idea is great, how it is design and implemented needs improvements. It worked great for three months then ran in to inflation problems, needed to check tire after every ride. I could not trust that it would be at the correct pressure for both the sealing tube and the tire. it does not yet have durability, only lasted seven months.