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Slime Tubeless Sealant Tube

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $17.99

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The new, superior sealant for USTTubeless andTubeless conversions.This is a new formula designed by pro racers specifically forTubeless bicycle applications. Ideal for racers at just 1g per mL. Non-toxic, non-hazardous formula (it even smells nice!) Slime recommends 2oz per MTBTire, 1oz per roadTire instantly seals punctures upTo 1/8”

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by mpear73156 a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: May 17, 2015

Strengths:    Lasts a long time

Weaknesses:    Can take a few weeks to hold air really well. Tended to clog valve stems

Bottom Line:   
I tried Orange sealant first and it sealed quickly in a tire with known punctures but began losing air after 2 months. Switched to Slime Pro after cleaning out the dried latex. The tires mounted well with the sealant but it took a few weeks for the tires to hold air normally. However I was able to go 6 months with no flats. The tires were then removed because they were worn out and the inside was coated with a nice even layer of gel. No dried puddles or nuggets. Nice. I'm Sure it could last even longer. Time will tell. I mounted a new set of Mountain Kings with Slime Pro.

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Favorite Trail:   Fort Rucker

Duration Product Used:   6 months

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Am I inadvertently drying out my tubeless sealant?

Recently I converted my MTB and Monstercross bike to getho tubeless with great results. I ride my Monstercrosscheck to and from the trail so I leave home with 50psi and air down to ~25 at the trail and then back up for the ride home. My question is, since the tubeless recipe I'm using is part wate ... Read More »

Tear in my first tubeless tire - do I need to patch or will sealant help? (pics)

So I have been making some upgrades to my mountain bike in preparation for spring riding once the weather turns nice. I have never used tubeless before but I have some brand new tubeless wheels+tires and was very excited to get out on the trails. I've taken the bike around the blocks a few times t ... Read More »

Tubeless with no sealant?

Has anybody tried car repair spray? It can replace sealant and also can inflate the wheel. Is it crazy? Will it work? I need no residue sealant in the tire, as the bike will never taste nothing but pure snow.Read More »

Tubeless - With sealant or take the tire plug and patch route?

After a frenzy of forum reading, I'm going tubeless on the rear wheel with the Nevegal SCT (26") on an i23 rim. I have some Stans sealant en route, but I've heard that described here as an unnecessary mess. I'm not in a thorny area, so any thoughts if I should simply go the tire plug and patch route ... Read More »

Do Enve Wheels & Tubeless Ready Tires Need Sealant?

I mounted tubeless ready Maxxis HighRoller 2s on my Enve wheels last night without sealant and both of my tires are flat this morning. Do I have to add sealant or should they hold air for at least a night without sealant? (Yes, my wheels are taped with Enve's sealant tape. Maybe that's why they'r ... Read More »

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