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Old 09-07-2016, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by werD View Post

I toy with the idea of going tubeless, but then you have to carry a spare tube in case of a flat on the trail... Or has someone come up with a easy/quick way to fix a flat tubeless?

Unless you're street riding, might pull off the wheel reflectors so they don't become trail trash.
Yeah I've been meaning to pull them, just been lazy.. From what I understand, you can essentially "plug" a tubless tire the same way you would a car tire if you get a flat..

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