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non UST Larsen TT on Stan's rim...

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by -dustin, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. -dustin

    -dustin boring

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    good combo or bad? What if the tire has some miles on it?
     
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  2. Mike B.

    Mike B. Turbo Monkey

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    Maxxis tires work well. You may have a small cut or puncture somewhere from the previous use but the sealant will take care of that. Just apply soapy water to the beads, sealant in the tire and inflate. Shake the tire side to side as you rotate it to work the sealant up the sidewalls, check with soapy water for any remaining leaks and go ride.
     
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  3. -dustin

    -dustin boring

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    I was hoping you'd show up here. Couldn't wait till Monday... Thanks.
     
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  4. demo 9

    demo 9 Turbo Monkey

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    i have larsen TTS they seem to wear out very fast depending on what u are doing, both me and my friend have them and he rides mostly street and i ride more dirt. after 2 months his is completely slick and mine is halfway gone, however the tires perform well when they work
     
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