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Old 01-29-08, 03:06 PM   #1
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New to UST...

Can I put clinchers on my Crossmax SLR's? I'll be doing a 100 mile race this season, and don't believe tubeless to be the choice for the course (out and back in the secluded mountains of Montana).
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That man and his cheeky tubes.

I figured I'd put it here for experiences as well. Some things can be done, but are a nightmare to perform. Anyone have carnal knowledge of doing this? Same as it always has been?

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Isn't Google cool? Just type in "crossmax slr" and click the very first result and there is the answer to your question: "Plus, they accept UST tubeless and regular tires for the best traction and minimal weight." Thank you Al Gore!
Yupp.. Google is way too cool... I found this site because of google.. UST tubeless, for me, is kind of an elite tire.. you know what i mean
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That man and his cheeky tubes.

I figured I'd put it here for experiences as well. Some things can be done, but are a nightmare to perform. Anyone have carnal knowledge of doing this? Same as it always has been?

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Yes I have ran standard clinchers on my crossmax, both with and without tubes.
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