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How come dirt bikes doesn't run tubeless tires?

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Because often where we ride there are sharp twigs/rock. You can if you buy a tu-bliss system though.

What are the advantages/disadvantages of riding with a tuebelss tire?

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Would you guys please take a moment to see who the OP is?

oh crap!!!!! i didnt notice!!!!

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:naughty:

Because of this d bag i am going to have to check every thread and make sure it is not him haha

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Because of this d bag i am going to have to check every thread and make sure it is not him haha

Just some helpful advice:

While this guy can get away with being annoying but harmless, calling him anything with a D followed closely by the word bag will get you a PM from a mod.

I speak from experience ;)

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Tubeless tires have a tendency to break the bead loose and lose all pressure under impact because of the very low pressures that we use for our bikes.

 

The Tubeliss system solves that issue by locking the tire against the rim for the entire 360* circumference of the wheel, but that system is heavy, complex, and too expensive for OEM equipment.

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Just use tennis balls i am trying them when i get new radiators

 

 

Too firm. Your bike is going to ride like a bicycle on a cobblestone street with tennis balls in the tires.

 

Racquetballs would probably be a better firmness, but they're too small.

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