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Old 02-19-2013, 07:04 AM   #19
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Joined: Jun 2008
Location: Durango CO
Oddometer: 2,850
Originally Posted by BillDRZ View Post
Tubeliss, so I can convert my rim to tubeliss setup? Did you do this only for the rear tire and run a tube on the front? Sounds cool, who manufactures the kit you used?
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It wasn't a misspelling, the name of the company is Tubliss

Just follow the installation directions to a T and dump in about half a cup of Stan's sealant into the tire and about a 1/4 cup into the bladder and you'll be in like flynn. As of now I only run it in the rear, but I'll probably be doing both ends soon enough.

I got a puncture flat which put about a 3/8" hole in my tire and I didn't even notice it was flat until I got back to the truck. To fix is all I did was stuff in two plugs and another 1/4 cup of Stan's and it was good to go.
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