do you feel complete now?😊Damn, this thread is very educational!
@BaldyDave Should we make that a sticky?
It took me over an hour to digest all that knowledge presented here, thanks gentlemen for the interesting lecture!
YouTube or YouTube not, that is the question! 😵💫
The OEMWhich one is the IMO version Baloo … I’m cool with any of them that keep the spokes towards the center of the rim … it’s when they start to lace the edges of the rim it somehow looses the geometry or balance or something gets wacko and looks wrong … not pretty … just laced and unbalanced (visually) and it just looks wrong. I know the engineers figured it out and it works fine… it just look out of balance I guess. ………………….Blitz
If you tear your side wall a tube won't help. Not saying that it can't happen, but I have never experienced a torn sidewall on a puncture as of yet. Just a good old fashion plug kit should do the trick. I really don't understand this thread that much. If you're running tubeless, tires carry a patch kit and a pump. If you're running tube, tires carry an extra inner tube , pump and the proper tools to fix your tire. that seems like a logical thing to do. In my opinion tires.I didn't comprehend much of that last post at all. It went right over my head. As a scrambler owner, with tubeless spoked rims, I was planning on buying a tube for my tool kit in case I managed to tear the sidewall of a tire when far from civilization. I'm now wondering if that's a good idea now or just go with the likelihood of major tire damage as minimal and stick with plugs and a compressor already on hand.