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Old 12-01-2017, 11:44 AM
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I have 4years and thousands of offroad miles on the tubliss setup. Many of them with a completely flat rear s12. The traction is unreal, with the completely flat tire you will eventually wear the red outer casing out and twice I have had the inner high pressure tube develop a leak where it goes around the rim lock. Both times the high pressure tube was more than a year old.


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Old 12-01-2017, 12:34 PM
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All my mates run tublis and not one of us has had a puncture in the last 2 years since we became disciples to the original adoptor.

Of course now I've just jinxed it all by saying that but maybe our terrain has less snakes
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Of course now I've just jinxed it all by saying that but maybe our terrain has less snakes

You’re screwed now! Better brush off your plug kit.

It all depends on where I ride. I can run all year on my local stuff we hit PA for a group ride with some good friends and 4 of 12 will have a flat.
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Well we'll find out tomorrow. Keep the plug kit in the van so in between laps I might be doing my thang.
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All my mates run tublis and not one of us has had a puncture in the last 2 years since we became disciples to the original adoptor.

Of course now I've just jinxed it all by saying that but maybe our terrain has less snakes
Did you get to use your plug kit yesterday!!!
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Old 12-04-2017, 01:16 PM
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I believe Brent did.

We're on gen2.

Man it was a hot day.
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Went for TUBliss, main reason is they have longer life span. Won't be pushing for podium places so pulling over for 5mins won't be much of an inconvenience. Also got a good deal on them!! Any recommendations for a SMALL plug kit that will not be too heavy and fit in a back pack. TIA
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