Caffelatex Tubeless Conversion Kit Extras

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Caffelatex is aTruly innovativeTire sealant and puncture preventive.The first of its advantages over standard latex-based sealants comes from a foaming agent(Actifoam), activated by wheel movement. Caffelatex foaming action causes itTo fillTheTires entire internal cavity, making it much more effectiveThanTraditional sealants. 1 kit is enough for 2 wheels DesignedTo fit rims with an external width of 25To 28mm Contains no ammonia NoticeThe difference! Includes 1 bottle of Caffelatex sealan

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