Nuetech Dirt Bike Tires and Wheels: Dirt Bike Tubes and Tire Tools

Nuetech Dirt Bike Tires and Wheels: Dirt Bike Tubes and Tire Tools

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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    SAMUEL in NV

    Excellent Product- just requires a bit of learning

    I can't say enough good things about Jeff at Nuetech and his customer service. I have been running a Tubliss system for a while now, but I didn't quite understand/follow the install directions EXACTLY and therefore ended up ruining one of the high pressure bladders. When I went to reinstall a new one and found that the tire bead was not sealing perfectly well, I emailed back and forth with Jeff several times. He was very patient and helped me troubleshoot the problem and I now have a perfectly-working product. I can't stand riding in the desert with regular tire pressure anymore- I am spoiled! Be very carfeul with the install and use a very generous amount of soapy water during the initial "sealing" process, then make sure you tighten the rim lock to the correct amount of force as indicated in the instructions. I thought I was following the instructions well but underestimated the amount of soapy water to use and the amount of Nm force tighten the rim lock.

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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen2 (Tubeless) Tire System Replacement Bladder

    Nuetech Tubliss Gen2 (Tubeless) Tire System Replacement Bladder

    DIRTBIKE DAN in Nevada


    The tubliss system is the only way to go. I run really low pressures, and I've never had such great traction, and now I can blast through the jagged rocks of Southern Nevada with no worries of pinch flats. There are 3 small drawbacks, 1. A little more effort in changing tires yourself. 2. You have to check the inner tube tire pressure before each ride along with the normal tire pressure. 3.It is very easy to puncture the inner bladder tube when removing the used tire and you really can't patch them, so you need to buy the new inner bladder tube. For the rocky western states these are worth working around the relatively small drawbacks, and when you do get a flat (which is rare) they are very easy to plug. Definitely a must have for the guy that hates pinch flats and values maximum traction.

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