Chalo wrote: ↑
Nov 03 2021 3:35am
Replacing a tube is easy, clean, fast. Tubeless, not so much. One day maybe you'll live with someone who points out what a gross mess your stupid tires are. Maybe you'll be able to hear her/him in a way that I can't get through.
You see, it's not a problem. I wore a tire out on one charge of sealant. There is no tube, there is nothing to fix or cleanup.
The only thing that is stupid is you trying to convince me there is a problem when I have had no issues with it after thousands of miles and hundreds of days on rough trails.
On the other hand, I had countless problems running tubes, and spent countless hours preparing and replacing them. Taking the rear wheel off the sur run, getting the tire off the rim, putting a new tube in, get the tire back on the rim and the wheel back on the bike takes some time and with tubes I was doing that as often as once a week.
After going tubeless, nothing! Nada! Zip! In fact, it works so well, that more than half a year will go by before I even have to add some air. Not the case with inner tubes.