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Dual chamber tyres!
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Interesting concept  Undecided
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Clever  8) I thinks, I'm sure Iv heard of something like this in one of the motor sport industry's  Undecided or was it military, can't remember where Undecided  :B  
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&quot;Skid&quot; Wrote:Clever  8) I thinks, I'm sure Iv heard of something like this in one of the motor sport industry's  Undecided or was it military, can't remember where Undecided  :B  

Good idea, but heavy. Tubeless 2.35 Rubber Queens are already heavy enough at 800g, this would make them over 1000g! I think the US army Hummer's have a similar system.
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