- High Roller II tubeless?
Mmm looks good up front LUST 2.35 on the back. Why no UST version? Maxxis please reply. Bit of Quaontocks action tomorrow. What psi you running I have deflated to 25psi. I run my Ardents at 20psi. Wondered if I risked any tyre rolling off the rim. I noticed that I could get the HRII on with fingers but LUST needs a little tyre leaver action.Posted 6 years agojonkeMember
I put a 2.4 EXO on a stans rim with the yellow tape – went up without too much issue, but blew off the rim when landing a jump which was a little disconcerting (luckily the one on the rear)! Had previosuly run 2.4 Ardents on for 6 months without issue. Maybe I was unlucky. The tyre was knackered for tubeless after that even with a proper rim strip – would blow off the tyre even while inflating on the rim. Had to run with tubes since. I probably just got a bad one though.Posted 6 years agostuartanicholsonMember
Had not problems with mine on the front ridden pretty hard. As with all tubeless (stans, ust, ghetto), if you run the tyres soft enough and ride hard enough you’ll break the seal. For me the benefits of tubeless are not running soft tyres, but the extra grip and lower resistance you get with same pressures.Posted 6 years ago
Well the High Roller II (tubeless 25psi) were superb in 5 hour mud fest on the front and 2.35 out back. Wasnt anything they couldnt handle. Spin up well and little drag. They are staying on for the winter 🙂 Ardent 2.35 LUST front and back on other wheels for trail centre usage. +1 for haven 55mm stem and 711 bars. Just brilliant.Posted 6 years ago
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