ergott wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:59 pm
Please don't. It's really not that hard. Don't run non-tubeless tires tubeless.
Sounds like you have your mind made up, but for anyone else reading this, don't do it.
Don't run non-tubeless tires tubeless.
ALWAYS.. the voice of sound reason & wisdom. That disclaimer HAS to be noted on any mention of this 'speriment. Legal eagles... ambulance chasers et al. Yes.
But.. the individual still lives that accepts responsibility for their own actions.. see myself per the endeavor.
Flip'n and build'n wheels.. one sees the gamet of user/buyers. Be the first one to admit a DISCLAIMER is boldest print possible is in order. Average user is something between daft and asleep.
CASE in point per using NON tubeless tires for tubeless.. Panaracer G Kings.. they allow use of one model to 60 psi.. which I am trialing. This I find asking for issues... granted I can NOT find one to date... adhering to the 60 psi limit imposed. But your average goober forgets such when filling I am sure. And while I can inflate all of my tubeless tires and some NON tubeless tires on my rims of choice w a floor pump.. the said G Kings require a CO2 blast to 'pop'.
Said G Kings.. I for a test inflated to 80 psi and set them on asphalt driveway in the sun... no issues hot. I run 60 front 67ish rear.. they roll well.. my trail bike.
But.. IMO.. the G King recommender per tube-ass is a grey area..... if the lights are lit fine... but goober needs to avoid.