Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System
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Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

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    Tired of pinched tubes and failed plugs? Pick up Nuetech’s Tubliss Gen 2 Tire System and start running your bike with consistency, simplicity, and no tubes. Here’s how.

    The Tubliss System works by replacing your conventional inner tube with a smaller, higher pressure insert that hugs the inside of your rim. This creates two separate pressure areas inside your tire. One area inside the high pressure insert. And another lower-pressure area that fills the rest of your tire where your old tube used to be. Inflate the high-pressure insert and it locks the bead in place to form an airtight seal that also protects the rim from impact. With the high-pressure insert filled, the lower-pressure area can be inflated like a traditional tubeless tire you find on a car. It may not seem like a significant change, but with the Tubliss Tire System installed there are no tubes to pinch, plug kits are a more viable repair option, and since your bead is locked down you can run lower tire pressure without the bead rolling off.

    It may sound too good to be true but the results don’t lie. Upgrade your tires with incredible performance and unheard of versatility when you pick up the Tubliss Gen 2 Tire System from Nuetech.

  • High-pressure tube acts as a bumper to protect rim from impact
  • Inner tube support sidewall better for less folding over
  • Tubliss locks the tire bead 360° around the rim to act as a full circumference rim lock
  • Saves up to one pound of weight over stock tubed design
  • Less unsprung weight in tires can help handling and acceleration
  • Entirely eliminates pinch flats
  • Integrated rim lock near inner chamber valve
  • Repair tire with a simple plug kit
  • Tubliss allows you to run a wider range of pressures
  • Tire temperature is greatly reduced, creating consistent pressures

Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System Reviews

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One of the Best Products Out There!

Comments On Apr 29, 2016:Check into these, they are worth the money!!!

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Running Tubliss for a year now

Comments On Mar 21, 2016:I installed front and rear tubliss in March of 2015 and have maybe 150 hours on them. Yes, I like them. The key thing is to make sure they are up to pressure before each ride, as that is essentially your rim lock and air seal system. I received a front puncture flat and road out of Taneum Creek about 3-4 miles without missing too much of a beat. Yes I could tell my tire was flat but was able to ride out at pretty much the same pace, just being careful on the rim shots. That flat I fixed without removing the tire. Should've / could've done it on the trail in 10 minutes. The ability to drop the pressure super low is fantastic, and can make a huge difference in low traction situations. I have installed 3 rears with the tubliss, and 2 fronts and so far, despite my best efforts have still not bunged up the red liner. I tried the slime route the first time instead of soapy water, but after using a soap solution I am sold on that, and will reserve filling slime if I get seal leaks. Some tires, like Motoz have lots of ridges on the inside for the rim locks and that can make it a little more challenging to get a good seal. I just purchased backup bladder, at 10.99 each worth it if I save a weekend as Tubliss recommends a 1 year service life on the bladders and I am there now. After reading more about mousse systems and my experience with Tubliss I am definitely sold on Tubliss.

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Good so far

Comments On Oct 10, 2015:Install was fine. Went all season without a flat. I will update once I have done a trail side repair.

Additional Comments On Mar 06, 2016:still havent got a flat yet

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Good product

Comments On Feb 16, 2016:Perfect, works as advertised.

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Ditch your tubes!

Comments On Feb 11, 2016:By far and away the best mod I have put on my bike. You won't believe the traction you will gain with the ability to safely run tire pressures below 5 psi front and rear! Must have for any enduro rider!!

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Comments On Jan 29, 2016:Many people have difficulty installing this product, resulting in a faulty installation. Supplied with the system is a sheet as well as a link to an instructional video from the manufacturer. This is an awesome system giving the reliability of a mouse tub, without the maintenance, and the ability to run 0psi in a tire. You must drill a hole in your wheel in order to install this system, but it is very well outlined by the supplied products. I will buy this again for another bike soon!

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Love them!

Comments On Dec 22, 2015:I'm a Tubliss convert for years now. Still running a Gen 1 setup on the front and, only because my other one was stolen, a Gen 2 on the rear. Never had any problems with installation, wheel balance, or leaks. Matched up with the right tire you will have a nearly bulletproof setup for off road racing or long excursions in to the back country.

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Hope you never loose the seal

Comments On Dec 16, 2015:Had system and ran it several rides on low speed single track worked great. Decided to run it in desert at much higher speed. Ran 15psi in front with a Dunlop MX52 front tire. Front tire lost the High pressure seal after hitting some baby head rocks, and could never get the inner liner to reseal no matter what I tried. Even completely dismounted the tubliss and remounted using slime. Still no luck. Removed the tubliss and finished ride with a tube. Sticking with tubes. Really like the tubliss idea but if it fails in the middle of nowhere you better have a standard tube cause your not getting the inner liner to seal again. I also switch tires several times a year depending on what type of riding I am doing. Trying to get a used tire to reseal using tubliss does not work. If you want to install a new tire each time you would probably be okay.

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Excited to use it!

Comments On Dec 15, 2015:I haven't used the tubliss yet, but I'm very excited to see how it effects traction on my 300

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Paitience and skill required

Comments On Dec 04, 2015:Great idea and work okay, but since switching to bib mouse I wouldn't go back to tubliss

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