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    FYI experiment: Sefas Drifter 1.5'' mounted tubeless on Stans flows

    I just got this tires to be able to ride with my wife in road rallys since I don't have a road bike and she does.
    I mounted them tubeless and are holding great; strong bead. They are on the heavy side but have flat protection and seem strong for tubeless...
    Saturday will do a 70 mile rally... I will post about how they ride and if they held fine
    I think its a good choice for commuters to

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    What's the point of the zip-ties?

    Just curious...
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    I'm gonna try this on my Commutter wheels-ghetto
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    Quote Originally Posted by PissedOffCil
    What's the point of the zip-ties?

    Just curious...
    Aerodynamics
    They were given at the check points in the Ouachita Challenge MTB race in Arkansas (70 miles this year)... I just have them there!

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    110 miles on these (tomorrow will do another 40) and they are holding great!!!
    The 70 mile rally was easy with these puppies!! great choice for tubeless

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    how much psi did you blow into them?

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    the rec. max: 65 psi and no problems!

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