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    More durable, lighter weight, feels great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnluke View Post
    Advantage : To be progressive. Flip side: How have tubes failed you? The only advantage I know of with tubeless over tubes w/sealant is that you can run lower tire pressures without worrying about pinch flats. Not impressed/ Don't care about tubeless.
    I recently moved to tubeless on my full slushy after riding slime type tubes from a variety of manufacturers for many years. I don't what it is, but the tubes have been using recently have failed to seal even the smallest pin type holes. I got a flat using a brand new slime tube on the first ride after installation from a thorn type of puncture - a hole that in previous times would have sealed right up. I used to be able to pull 15 goatheads out of tire equipped with a slime tube with no discernible loss of pressure. Not any more. This is what finally pushed my to give tubeless a try. So far so good.

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