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Old 01-17-22, 03:12 PM
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The more a tube has to stretch to fill the inside of a tire, the more it'll act like a balloon being introduced to a pin when getting a puncture flat. Slow flats are a nice thing. I like them better than the fast flats which sometimes force me to stop where I don't want to stop.

That being said, I'll still use a undersized tube before an over sized tube if I have to make a choice.
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