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coachboyd
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Rolling a tubular should never be a concern if you are gluing properly. I know that for myself when I have to change out a tubular tire I let the wheel sit inside my car on a hot day to help melt the glue a little. Otherwise I'm needing pliers to get that tire off the rim.
The one down side of tubulars is mainly if the wheel has internal nipples. Then anytime you need to make any small adjustment to true the wheel it means completely taking off the tire, adjusting a spoke, and then regluing.
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