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Old 02-01-2013, 02:45 PM   #3242
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Originally Posted by jordiakof View Post
Well, this guy can do it faster : Rofl
Poor bugger. The video does show a couple of things though; that the rear mousse is not hollow, and that it can be cut right through, which some people say is easier to install. Actually, cutting the mousse is a way of changing the perceived pressure of it - cut out a small section to lower the perceived tyre pressure, or add in a bit of another mousse to bump it up. The latter is a common method to rejuvenate an ageing mousse, which shrinks over time, leading to a lower perceived pressure.
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