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Old 04-18-11, 09:12 PM
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[QUOTE=jabantik00;12519148]i think the advantages of tubeless are that it allows low tire pressure, doesn't pinch flat, and punctures are filled by sealant. unless you are doing a lot of mountain biking in your travels,...

yes, actually I was thinking of more off road touring at the time I posed the question, ....I am putting together a new wheelset for both on and off road touring and was wondering if I should bother trying to find a set of rims that are officially tubless. Would like to do continental divide trail. I use the stans set up currently on my mt bike and it works incredibly well. Havn't yet had to do a repair in the field yet and refit the tire, but of course i bring a spare tube just in case.
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