I love this product. No more having to air tires up to 17psi to ride rocky trails, just run whatever pressure you like and feel confident no flats. I ride MX too and love not having to worry about flats.
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Have a few events on these now and I am 100% satisfied with them. Great traction and very predictable a mod that will go on every bike I have from here forward
I have had to man rides cut short because of popped tubes. Bought these for my ktm 690 and do a lot of dual sporting haven’t got to try them out much yet but will report back when I do. No matter what they say about not working on the 690 don’t listen to them if you are interesting in using on yours. IT WILL work
Tubliss really works. It allows you to use less tire pressure if desired, gaining traction. It will reduce chances of getting a flat tire significantly. Totally recommended.
I have been running the tubeless system on all of my modern bikes for years. Decided to run the system on my vintage Bultaco 360 Pursang. Didn't want to drill the extra hole in the original Akront rims as per the directions. I used the original rim lock hole and valve stem hole. Still worked perfectly at 8 psi front and 6 psi rear. Incredible traction! And no flats. This is not the recommended installation but still worked due to the 360 degree rim lock the red liner provides. Like cheating but I need all the help I can get.
Improved traction in all surface types, easy install... Very happy
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.
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.