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  1. Rim lock

    Has anyone had thoughts on the TUBliss http://tubliss.com . Seems like a good solution for tire slippage. After looking over again a hole would need to be drilled in the rim for another air valve . i thought you would only need the inner tube hole in the rim . so I guess if you have to drill the rim, you might as well use a regular dirt bike rim lock instead
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    Last edited by shermanpup; 08-06-2018 at 12:37 PM.

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    Re: Rim lock

    Keep in mind that running lower tire pressures increase rolling resistance and increase fuel consumption, but they look like a cold idea for off road use.

    Craig

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