Kenda Nevegal 1.95"...
I have always wanted to test these tires, but because the tubeless version is too heavy, I didn't get them. Then I thought why I don't go and get the tube version and use them tubeless with Stan's sealant. This way I save more than 300 grams on both tires as well . So, yeah, I got them.
Getting the tires leak free was totally a pain in the a**. First I should say that I've never tried regular tires tubeless. I install UST tires, and get them ready to ride in about 15 minutes, but these took probably about 7-8 hours, and still not sure if they are leak free.
Here's the story: First I had to install the tires with tubes in order to get the beds seated on the rim. After doing that the tires were inflated with a floor pump like regular UST's. OK, this part took like 30-45 minutes. Then I put 2 scoops of Stan's sealant in each tire, and I've been shaking the wheels since then. Like in the video in notubes web site. The sealant seals the leaks, ok, but it takes so much time. The guy in the video does it in a few minutes, I've done it in 7 hours. Good workout though, I must admit. Shakin' n' pumin'
Oh man, seriously, if all regular tires take this much effort, I'll never get one again. Even if they are the best tires in the world. I'm totally exhausted.
Anyway, I left both tires at 50 psi. Let's see what happens in the morning. Can't wait to test the nevegals