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Old 08-09-19, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by iab View Post
Why do people insist on claiming cheap tubulars will give a notion on how they feel?

I'll tell you how they feel, like ****. I would recommend Paselas over cheap tubulars in every circumstance. A great clincher is better than any mid-range tubular. The only way you get an idea of the "advantage" to tubulars is to spend money. Which is the only disadvantage to tubulars, their cost.
I dunno, I like the YJ 3 pack. If I've got to use skinny tires, I'd much rather ride on cheap tubies than 21mm clinchers. They've got a removable valve core, (which I don't think the Rally's do) so with some sealant I don't have to be anxious about pinch flatting at every bump or not dodging all of the road debris. A luxurious ride they most certainly are not, but from a pragmatic standpoint I think they're a better deal than even mid-range skinny clinchers.
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