Three Ways to Save A Leaky Tubeless Tire [Pink Bike]
Tubeless tires users who run liquid sealant can often run a tire until the tread is nearly burned off the carcass without suffering a flat. When something large enough to defeat the sealant slashes into the tire, however, the usual option is inserting a tube for the remainder of the crippled tire's life. The thought of slugging around with a tube in my tubeless is almost worse than throwing away a nearly new, 60-dollar tire just because it has a sidewall rip. Luckily, there are ways to successfully repair fairly large holes and tears in tubeless tires. Armed with this week's Tech Tuesday and a little sleuthing at an auto parts store, you should be able to repair substantial damage to your tires and return them to service.