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always_curiousi'm pretty sure i can get a compressor for that, but how much does a good tubeless tire run, and should i just have somebody else put it on to be safe?
Karel KramerThe Tubeliss system does work well, but it is a little tougher to change a tire. Plus, the Tubeliss system uses a tiny tube in a housing that seal the rim, so you can run without a tube. That sealing tube requires 120 psi to seat and seal correctly, and not many compressors will handle that. There are definite handling and suspension advantages, though.
NZriderwhat do you mean by flat spot? does it not hold air pressure?
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