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Old 03-11-17, 01:24 PM   #26
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Another option to increase minor puncture resistance a bit on whatever tires you ride (probably more relevant on the supple end like Compass Tires or non-TG paselas): put an oz or so of tubeless sealant into your tubes. Increases weight by a negligible amount. Most easily done with presta valve tubes with a removable core, although Schraders are removeable as well.
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