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Bruiser wrote:
How much does the sealant weigh? As we all get flats we should include the weight as part of the tyre.

We have catheads where I race but I imagine the probability of flats would be the same with clichers and tubies.

I've heard of riders using it with Tufo tyres, is it an option with other brands?

Brian


As I said above, I used it with a Veloflex tubular.


Lightest Tubular Wheelset Currently Available?

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Ye Olde Balde One wrote:
Bruiser wrote:
How much does the sealant weigh? As we all get flats we should include the weight as part of the tyre.

We have catheads where I race but I imagine the probability of flats would be the same with clichers and tubies.

I've heard of riders using it with Tufo tyres, is it an option with other brands?

Brian


As I said above, I used it with a Veloflex tubular.


Lightest Tubular Wheelset Currently Available?

Why not start a thread and we can all contribute?


i think the Tufo are lighter than the veloflex (tufo 160g - velo 180g) the clincher version is lighter tho 130g tufo's have a higher thread count 400TPI - and are very puncture resistant under normal situation.


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