Thread: Slime tubes
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Old 04-01-2010, 05:40 AM
wolfstone7 wolfstone7 is offline
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Default Re: Slime tubes

Good day.. here is the quote from the slime web site and the url
Will SLiME pool at the base of the tire?

Tubeless tire SLiME has more adhesive characteristics, which allows it to cling to the inner casing of the tire longer. This helps to prevent vibration when the tire rotates and the sealant is once again forced to flow around the tire.

Inner tubes are very slick, so when a bike or other tubed tire is stationary the sealant will pool relatively quickly at the base of the tire. It, too, will redistribute very quickly and evenly once the tire is up and rotating again.
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