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Slime Tubeless Sealant Tube

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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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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 »

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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 »

Any ideas... Running former tubeless with tubes... getting sealant goop out?

Okay so yes, I would buy a new tire, but I got a couple in a trade that still have a thin layer of dried sealant on the inside. The treads are good, and I'd hate to waste them. (And no my skills aren't advanced enough to warrant any advantage of going tubeless against the cost). I was going to ju ... Read More »

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