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Old 01-06-08, 09:44 AM   #1
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Liquid latex for tubulars?

I've read that its used to prevent tubular sidewalls from drying out. Where can I get some? What brand?

Do you do this? How well does it work?

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Here you go:

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Bob, Latex IS sticky.
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Thanks!

BTW I was in your neighborhood between Christmas and new years. I rode up William St, did some off road riding at Grand View park. Then I went up Arlington Ave through Allentown, Blast down William, got on the bike path at Station Sq towards Baldwin. I rode to the end then back to ride over the "hot metal bridge"?
then back downtown to the Convention Center.

It was a great way to get a feel for the city.
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Har, Har! Oh, Hillrider, stop, stop...stop or I'll pee...
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I'm not LO^OKING.

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