Re: MTB Tubular

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by F45

Thought about it, but I have ten Geax tires and it's going to take me forever to get through them.

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by bm0p700f

Duke the ori 52mm is 52.5mm wide. Had a few rides on them now. They are quite and grippy but they do puncture. Stans sealant and cafe latex have been used along with Joe's. The sealant sometimes works. I had three flats today. More sealant fixed the first puncture (I had to put more in last week after a double flat) then I flatted again in both tyres. I rode on two flat tubs as I could not reinflated. They did reinflated at the shop though. Tubeless tyres are now in the bike. These are dry weather tyres. Flint plus water is shredding these ori's.

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