Horacio wrote:The Vittoria tubes sound interesting. Where are you sourcing them?
Wiggle (UK) sell them, if it makes any differance, they are red in colour.
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ticou wrote:The sole advantage tubsies have, is to run at 130 psi, and the steel frames to massage it on the road.
WMW wrote:A couple things:
A tube that is properly encased in a tire/rim is under very little stress (like almost zero).
Either the tube was improperly installed or hole was suddenly created in the tire/rim.
If the later did not occur, then revisit your installation procedure. The tube may not have been properly seated at the valve, causing the tube to fold under itself and stretch at that point. The tube must be installed with adequate pressure for it to have shape, and you must ensure that the sits straight (not twisted or folded), and the valve area must be pressed against the rim before inflating.
em3 wrote:ticou wrote:The sole advantage tubsies have, is to run at 130 psi, and the steel frames to massage it on the road.
If you are running tubulars at 130 PSI you are missing the point of running tubulars in the first place.
ave wrote:I use Michelin latex inners... it was pinched between the rim