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Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 7 Aug 2017, 10:12pm
by InSearchofSunrise
Whats wrong with mahogany? :lol:

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 7 Aug 2017, 11:14pm
by Brucey
InSearchofSunrise wrote:Whats wrong with mahogany? :lol:


ah, that old chestnut.... :wink:

- it is a bit too sapele for me...

cheers

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 8 Aug 2017, 12:34pm
by InSearchofSunrise
They annoyed me so much on my road bike that I put solids on it.

And they roll like poorly cast conrcete

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 8 Aug 2017, 9:11pm
by elPedro666
This confirsation seems to have branched out into other avenues, for what it's worth my experience of Continental Supersonics is that no amount of sealant and sloshing wood get the sidewalls to hold air. Sadly, you may have to ashen-facedly leaf it and copse for the expense.

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my wobbly using hovercraft full of eels.

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 9 Aug 2017, 9:36pm
by InSearchofSunrise
So small update, three days and it's not gone flat on me.
The day I forgot my pump I gave the tire a spin every couple of hours while I was at work and it's been fine since with no further faff

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 4 Oct 2018, 2:04pm
by finger_jockey
Hi, newbie member here after researching this very topic.

How are the tubeless Kojaks holding up?

Re: Tubeless Kojak

Posted: 5 Oct 2018, 4:17am
by InSearchofSunrise
Brilliant.
Took a solid week of pumping it and leaving it sideways to get the sidewalls to seal, but it eventually took.