Slime Tubeless Tire Sealant Tubeless Tire

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $7.98

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by djandyszontagh a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: March 18, 2014

Strengths:    Slime Pro tubules sealant last the longest and does the trick of sealing.

Weaknesses:    Wish is came in smaller bottles. But that does not effect the the performance.

Bottom Line:   
ts on my girl friends bike. She has been using Slime Pro for over two years. She has has never replaced it. On my bike, I use stans, and i have to replaces Stans every 3 months. I am about to switch to Slime Pro.

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Favorite Trail:   All the DFW trails.

Duration Product Used:   Over 2 years.

Price Paid:    $16.00

Purchased At:   Local Bike Shop.

Similar Products Used:   Stans and Bontrager sealant.

Bike Setup:   Pimped out Niner Air 9.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cdabiker a All Mountain Rider from cda, id, usa

Date Reviewed: February 20, 2012

Strengths:    works like it says it wil

Weaknesses:    not as fast sealing a other brands

Bottom Line:   
cheap compared to other brands, doesn't dry out like stans, seals the tire without corroding everything. yes I would recommend this product to my friends.

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Favorite Trail:   many

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $25.00

Purchased At:   2 wheeler dealer

Similar Products Used:   stans, dt swiss

Bike Setup:   stumpjumper, fox, sram, king, easton, specialized bike to ride

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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 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 »

Blown out tubeless Kenda Sealant compatible tire

I have the new set of 29er Mavic crossmax SLR rims, decided on kenda small block eight tubeless using sealant compatible tires. They sealed up perfectly then added the stans thru the valve core no problem, aired them up to 40 psi and all is good. I checked the air today and no air loss, yeah! So i a ... Read More »

Flipping a tubeless tire - do I need to add more sealant?

My wheels are tubeless ready. Put a new tire on the rear the other day and accidentally installed it backward. I wanted to take if off and flip it, but was not sure if I'd need to add more sealant. So, do I need to add more sealant or should the sealant that's in there be good to go since i'ts only ... Read More »

Kenda tubeless tire: Cant use with sealant (stan's) / voids warranty

So who wants to run a Tubeless tire without any Stan's style Sealant for security? Right... No one. One thorn could make you carry your bike down miles Turns out Kenda tires do not support/warranty their tires with the use of Stans or any other sealant. I outfitted my two bikes any my girlfriend ... Read More »

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