tubeless tires - do I need milk for high pressure?

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zendoflex
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by zendoflex

I want to go tubeless and need some info on that. Does the milk help anyhow in holding pressure? or is it only for protection against holes?

can I use orange seal subzero (that has less sealing capacity but perishes slower) and still have 5 bar pressure or do I need to go for orange seal regular with better sealing capacity to go up to 5 bar?

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by spdntrxi

sealent will help hold pressure... not every tire will be airtight on every rim. It will seal the microleaks

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Miller
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by Miller

You need sealant.

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by bm0p700f

have a read. its all there. There is a link at the bottom of that post to the page about tyre repair.
https://thecycleclinic.co.uk/blogs/news ... patibility

cycling weekly just published the shortened version of that page.

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