I know one of the major reasons to go tubeless is to run at lower pressure without pinch flats, but how well does tubeless work at higher pressures?
I ride a lot of pavement commuting to work and occasionally ride to the nearest trail (10 miles of pavement each way). When on the road I run around 35-37 psi, since I'm clyde-ish. My bike has American Classic tubeless ready (pre-taped and shipped with valves) wheels and I'm running Ardent EXOs. If I pull the tubes and use sealant, will I have a problem running at higher pressure?
Thanks in advance for some insight; I just want to get the facts before I start coating things in goo.
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