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  1. Tubliss & Stans No tube latex

    Off-Road / Enduro
    I use a tubeless type system on my mountain bike from a company called Stan's no tubes. It uses a latex type fluid to seal punctures.Bit like slime. I can find a bit about using it with the Tubliss system but wondered if anyone had first hand experience on a dirt bike. I was wondering whether...
  2. TUbliss Tubeless System

    Off-Road / Enduro
    Hi everyone, hope you are all well. We have just received stock of a new product we are selling called TUbliss. It's a tubeless system, so no need for mousses or tubes! Paul Bolton has tried and tested it. We only sell what Bolts tests and likes. He was impressed with this so we ordered a few...
  3. Alpina Tubeless Wheel - Any Long Term Experience?

    Adventure
    Alpina Tubeless Wheel - Any Long Term Experience? I'm considering to convert my 690 Enduro's tubed rims to tubeless with Alpina's STS Tubeless conversion kit. Since it's a fairly expensive mod and I couldn't find any long term report on them so far, I would realy appreciate any user input...
  4. Alpina Tubeless Wheel - Any Long Term Experience?

    Off-Road / Enduro
    I'm considering to convert my 690 Enduro's tubed rims to tubeless with Alpina's STS Tubeless conversion kit. Since it's a fairly expensive mod and I couldn't find any long term report on them so far, I would realy appreciate any user input before I commit my money on them. -Do they hold the...
  5. Tubeless

    Off-Road / Enduro
    Has anyone tried a product called 'Tubliss core' which is basically a core around the rim which I assume turns the tyre into a tubeless tyre by sealing all the spoke holes. I don't really want to use a mousse and have been using ultra heavy duty inner tubes but had the valve come away on my 450...
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