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Old 07-11-18, 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
I would need the rims, and I'm nowhere near replacing rims that work fine. And wouldn't I need a compressor? Actually, I have one at the weekend house. OK whatever, but I just don't care enough to taste the Kool Aid.
I've had good luck using a CO2 cartridge to seat the bead. Like you, my rims generally aren't ready and I don't get enough flats to motivate change. I do have a bike now that is tubeless ready, and I'll probably remove the tubes and throw in some sealant one of these days. I'm not anti-tubeless by any means. It's more that I just haven't had anything happen to give me a push in that direction.
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