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Old 12-25-2012, 06:40 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by rufus View Post
A tire mousse may not survive at high speeds. I have seen guys scooping rubber chunks out of their tire so they could put a tube in. Heat, speed and rough ground can destroy a mousse. Tire balls will melt. I have seen it happen in 20 miles of road riding.
I know,I'm up,I'm down ,I'm in , I'm out on the Mousse-wish I had a crystal ball to see how it would hold up on the 3 days at 65 mph on the highway. I've been watching this thread:
it's about using Mousse for a dual sport. Neduro and a few others seem to think it can do the TAT and some highway as long as you stay below 65 mph. Honestly I've got no tire changing experience except for the set that's on there now,and boy I know I'll be nervous on my first flat by myself. Was hoping the Mousse might make that problem go away. Denial-that's the best preparation
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