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    Aug 2008

    Replacing antifreeze to keep tubeless brew going

    This is not about the best tubeless brew...I'm wondering if folks have had luck extending the life of their brew, particularly in places where it dries up and forms boogers in a short period of time, by replacing the evaporated liquid part of the brew, instead of having to clean out the old and put in new (or adding more brew).

    I'm assuming that the antifreeze is at least one major part of what evaporates in the process of drying out and forming boogers...

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    Jun 2005
    Antitreeze is the only thing that never dries up in my brew.

    I ride in Phoenix so anything latex based does not last long. When I open up my tire there will be nothing left but a nasty puddle of a/f.

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