Apparently, when you leave your tubeless tire with Stan's in a hot car for the day. It blows up. I did not know this.
Sorry Man, no pics. I had a Big Betty Tubeless tire mounted on 819 rim. Inflated to 30 lbs.Shark said:LOL ^
What pressure did you have in the tire in the first place???
I have never ever seen a tire do that, tubeless or not.
PICS or it didn't happen....
The volitile (rapidly evaportating component) in Stans is amonia. The entire mixture doesn't turn to gas, only the amonia. And pretty much no, it doesn't turn back to liquid when it cools down. So high heat tends to leave you with latex alone and the little sealing bits. Just kind of a thick soup that doesn't do much. You'll need to replenish the sealant.GuruAtma said:So if Stan's liquid turns to gas when it's hot, does it turn back to liquid when it cools, or do you need to put in more goop?
I've also heard that using co2 to refill the tires is a bad idea for sort of the opposite reason.