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My luck can't be that bad, can it? Can it???

Old 01-25-23, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Troul
running TL is nice as it can enable a lower psi, which not only adds potential comfort, but reduces the pumps needed.
I like running TL, but I still carry a spare tube, a HD patch kit that can serve as a tire boot, & some spare sealant (that I replace annually) . The sealant has been all I've used up so far in the event of a PSI loss. Once below a certain PSI, I pick out the debris, I dump in the sealant & air it back up.
Me too, but Iím so unoriginal in that way. (Donít carry spare sealant though but replenish mine every 6 months.) Now stop copying me!
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