Yes.. seemed to help. The orange stuff IMO is only good for sealing beads though.[/quote wrote: As for the second point, CO2 is only bad because the pressurized gas is very cold. This should not be a huge issue if you inflate the tire with the valve at 12 o'clock.
Tube-ass as I call the game.. I'm very happy w my Pro Ones. Mine are set up on Kinlin 200 380 some gram rims .. 3 wraps of the November brand tape... hold air very well.. are very fast. Tight fit.. no burping.
Marketing angles cite their shorter wear longevity .. but I'll pass on their ++300 gram 25c tires w their prohibitive cost. Not gonna spend a hundred and a half + for bike tires...
Going w Pro Ones did exactly as I thought.. got the educate on non tube tires. Yes mounting takes technique .. Ones require the tire lever. Makes the chore doable for most.
I remember well back when a poster stated why tubeless.... fixes essentially what issue? Agreed. None.. yet roadside repair can be very simple via no tubes.
The worms.. some Super glue.
Tubeless will only fly.. when the manufacturers stop playing word games. 'Tube-ass compatible' is male cow dung.. means essentially caveats that compromise safety and require diligent user care. If a flippin' tire is NOT tubeless at any psi that is ridiculous nonsense. I'm learning now one company goes to the '55 psi' level for NOT blowing off w narrower rims... yet nowhere on the company site to they say such. BUYER BEWARE..........
Nope.. I never blew one off. Take careful attention to test vs that event.. but many do not. In the end.. they've an army of lawyers. Yours won't go after them... one vs the office full.
A real bonafide long lasting sealant that does SEAL roadside... that is what the road tire is waiting for. Finish Line is a step in the right direction.. needs some work. Anyone find one that works sans the drying?