got a '72 peugeot road bike. i can't remember if this has been happening since i bought these aluminum wheels late last year, but..
every time i change a tube/tire, when putting back the tire, i make sure the rippled "teeth" on the bottom edge of each side of the tire are uniformly peeking/stationed just above the top of the rim. but it seems that almost every time there is about 1/6 of the circumference of the tire where it is significantly sinking down into the rim. i try to prick it back up with a spoon, but it just appears that it's not sitting on the rim correctly. it's not a twist in the tube or anything, and it's hard to see but i don't THINK it's that the rimstrip is off to one side or something...
i usually can get it so it's not that bad, but this evening it seems to be a little more irreparable. thoughts? if i do end up riding on it anyways, how will it [negatively] affect my tires/wheels/whatev?
thangz for reading.