just lookin at all my equipment ,the tires with tubes don't look flat and if checked theyre usually only down a couple psi...tubeless stuff i'm constantly having to air up...if i could get quality tubes,everything i own would have them.
Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to ben there, 05-03-2013 20:25:15
Ya now days tubes that are of any real value are hard to find. But then so is any good tire patch glue. Any more if I have the time I use an old hot type patch machine I have and the crap glue they sell and have had very good luck. Payed almost nothing for it 30 plus years ago and now I would not let it go for less then a grand
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