No problem, just follow the directions and be patient while they seat/sealjeffw-13 said:Noob question. Can I go tubeless with the WTB Exi Wolf's that came on my Asta? It was sloppy & slick this weekend but I aired down to 25 or 30 PSI & they stuck like glue but the rear was flat when I got home, I assume from the extremely rocky stuff I was rolling over.
For the Iggy or the Zone?mrpercussive said:i wonder how much weight i would save with tubeless seeing as the tubes i run weigh in at 465g a tube. Not too sure how well the wheels would hold air though seeing as there's a flatspot on my my rear rim...
You nailed it Jake. I weighed everything up this morning with the postal scale in the office and it work out to just under 5 oz of weight loss in the front wheel. I weighed the old 26" tube, a new 20" bmx tube same as the one I used on the tire, the scrap rubber from the 20" tube currently in the tire and 2 scoope fulls of selant. After I did all the math it work out to a net loss of 137.5 grams or 4.85 oz.:thumbsup: When I do the rear tire that will be a loss of over 1/2 lb of rotational weight from the wheels. When I get some lighter but still AM worthy tires it may get close to a pound or more total loss.Jake Pay said:Ride-on, you knocked around five ounces of rotational weight off that
Those were great video's and really well done. I did this 2 months ago with a 2.4 Motoraptor. Unfortunately I got a small puncture at downieville that stans couldn't seal. Even after adding lots more sealant it didn't work. I'm back riding tubes.Jake Pay said:Ride-on, you knocked around five ounces of rotational weight off that bad boy..