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  1. #1
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    Tube sealant on tubeless tyre?


    I wanted to get a tubeless sealant. So, I went to a shop pick a slime tube sealant (i never know that there is such thing as tube sealant) and was told that it is for tubeless. Didn't look much into it, so got it and use it for my tubeless found out later that the produce stated online that it's not recommended for tubeless. So, I try to remove the tyre out the next day but just couldn't get it out. It stick like a superglue.

    Anyone experience this situation? Tube sealant on tubeless tyre? Should i just leave it?

    Any advise would be really great.

  2. #2
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    Yep, I would just leave it and go ride.
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    I don't have experience in this, but I am curious to see how it goes. Probably not going to be good.

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