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Rant (The Stress Ball)
#21
stayhigh65 Wrote:Why, oh why, oh why would you not have removable cores in your tubeless valves :o

Yes WTB, I'm looking at you :x
Yeah that's really annoying, especially when you spent ages getting both beads seated, then have to unseat one side to add sealant and can't get the bead back on and having to give up and put a tube in!
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#22
Not quite as frustrating as that, I just need to top up the sealant as the rear keeps going down.

I imagine after that I'll have all the joys of trying to reseat it...

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#23
Get a syringe with a large needle and inject it. That is what JFM does
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#24
Through the the wall you mean? I had wondered about that, will give it a punt.

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#25
stayhigh65 Wrote:Through the the wall you mean? I had wondered about that, will give it a punt.

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I would try and stick it through one of the tread blocks in the middle, it will seal quicker i think.
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