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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
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Anybody use this stuff? if so what do you think?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 09:35 AM
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The Ride On product in your link looks good.

I am happy with the Metzler 880s on my bike and the next tire interval they will be replaced with another set of 880s pre treated from this place:
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Originally Posted by dogs2mojo View Post
Anybody use this stuff? if so what do you think?
Maybe it will work great. However, I'd never use because it'll gunk up the rims and be a mess when changing tires. IMO, it might be barely tolerable if you were changing tires every 30,000 miles or so but as often as we change tires I wouldn't go that route.


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Actually it does not mess up the rims. If installed properly it never touches the rim and even if it does it is non corrosive. Yes- I've used it. Never tested it (no punctures) and it did make the ride smoother. Don't use anymore due to cost. Not enough miles in bike tires to justify.

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I have it in my tires right now. It made the ride noticeably smoother when I put it in. Haven't had a puncture yet so don't know on that. As Sam said - it isnt corrosive and does not touch the rim. It isn't the same as the old green slime crap. It also cleans up with water.

Only negative I have noticed is if the bike sits for a few days in warmer weather it will tend to accumulate in the bottom of the tire and takes about half mile to redistribute. Little bit of a rough ride a first.
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