- Buckled tyre? (maxxis content)
No, not the wheel but the tyre.
Bunny hopped side ways off a set of 3 steps. Nothing unusual about the landing other than the tyre rubbing.
I thought the worse had happened and that I had tachoed my wheel, but no. The rim is straight, but the tyre was rubbing the seat stay. The tyre looked twisted so I took it off the rim to re-seat it. Few thing. The tyre is borked.
Replaced with a Minion SS for tomorrow.
Anyone else experienced this?
Link to Instagram where I’ve uploaded the video…..
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@maxxistires @maxxisbike #maxxis Video 1… Minion DHR. 8 months old. What's up with the carcass? Wheel is not buckled, but the tyre is! Landed a little askew on flat ground and the tyre folded. Nothing I haven't done before. Running at ~27psi. 55€ tyre dead. Video 2… Old Minion SS… Just to prove it ain't the rim that's out.
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I’ve done it on a DHR2. The kevlar fibres in the beads can move and the tyre ends up lopsided
Took me ages (it was a newish tyre!) to sort but you have to realign the kevlar beads. Kind of tricky to explain but it’s bit like trying to thread an internal waist belt through a waist band. Concentrate on one bead only and you’ll quickly work out which way to thread the kevlar and then just keep going until tyre back to normal
Probably not much use, sorry!Posted 11 months agooreetmonMember
Not the same but I’ve done this.
took off specialized tubeless tyre few years ago and tried to clean thick sealant off the bead by dragging it through a green pan scourer. Tyre was wobbly ‘for some reason’ after that.
did it again last month on a mint condition minion front and It was all over the place when I put it back on the rim, totally unusable.
wont be using that method to clean again as it drags the tyre and it bunches up along the bead.
Have tried and failed to get it anywhere near straight.Posted 11 months agokiksyMember
More discussion on it https://singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/buckled-tyre-after-puncture/
It’s pretty common I think.Posted 11 months agovincienupSubscriber
I’ve heard of this a few times but never seen it myself. Sounds like it’s only a matter of time though. I’ve heard of tyres being warranty’d for the issue.
From the above, it sounds like this is something that can actually be fixed with effort and practiced hands. Have I got that right or is it a tyre design failing?Posted 11 months agojoebristolSubscriber
Sounds bizarre. Have you got a sensibly sized tyre for the internal width of your rims?
Might be time to change tyre manufacturer for a bit and see how you get on with that.
I’ve definitely never done this despite abusing loads of tyres over the years. Been running Maxxis for about a year and a half so far with no issues – aggressor / dhr2 / dhf. In the same period on my other bike I’ve run on m-one tyres and recently a Magic Mary.Posted 10 months ago
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