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kx250125
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tubliss system

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What is a good tire that works well on 250 xcf-w with tubliss in new england.
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Great front tire is Bridgestone m59 @ 9-10 psi
2 good rear tires are sedona 907 @5-6 psi or shinko cheater @7-8 psi. Sedona has a great side wall so won't break down as fast with low pressure.
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I like the Golden Tyre 216AA - it's a little bigger tire and tracks really well.
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Thanks for info, i posted this at begining of season. Loved the feel of tubliss but kept puncturing or slicing tires,now had to keep replacing. Back to tubes so far so good. have tubliss setups for 18in and 21in rims if your interested.
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kx250125 wrote:Thanks for info, i posted this at begining of season. Loved the feel of tubliss but kept puncturing or slicing tires,now had to keep replacing.
WOW, not one flat in 4 years of Tubliss. what kind of tire did you slice? I have run MT 16 at normal pressure and trials tyres at low pressure (4-6 PSI), never a problem.
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is the tubliss really that much better than a traditional tube?
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I'd be interested in buying the tubliss set-up
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