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Old 14-05-2019
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The inners don't last nowhere near as long as they used to. Had a few poor quality ones around the valve insertion area. There's no way i have been getting to the 100hr recommended replacement time of late. Anybody else noticed this? or maybe i got a bad batch, if so,lucky me.

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i just got a another set of gen 2 i read your posts and checked the tubes they look in good nick not to one side, time will tell if they last the set i took off did 350 hours with no failures

i got this set from new zealand
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The inners don't last nowhere near as long as they used to. Had a few poor quality ones around the valve insertion area. There's no way i have been getting to the 100hr recommended replacement time of late. Anybody else noticed this? or maybe i got a bad batch, if so,lucky me.

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I had one go there too. A front. I figured it could have been due to riding with a lower inner pressure than 100-110psi.
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I had one go there too. A front. I figured it could have been due to riding with a lower inner pressure than 100-110psi.
No, there's some faulty ones around. Pump the inner up a bit and inspect the area around the valve stem insertion before fitting to save dramas out on the trail. i've had brand new one knackered. As i said the original ones lasted for years.
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No, there's some faulty ones around. Pump the inner up a bit and inspect the area around the valve stem insertion before fitting to save dramas out on the trail. i've had brand new one knackered. As i said the original ones lasted for years.
ok will do i have the old set and new both out, will pump up both and see if i can spot any differences
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No, there's some faulty ones around. Pump the inner up a bit and inspect the area around the valve stem insertion before fitting to save dramas out on the trail. i've had brand new one knackered. As i said the original ones lasted for years.
correct cluffie, 2 new tubliss, the front blu out in 5 mins, checked the rear both also has a problem it blows out to a bubble and that was only with 13 psi

FFS now i got to send an email off to get 2 new tubes
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The rear with the bubble may be ok if it has no defects. The bubble is just near where they join the tubes.

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The rear with the bubble may be ok if it has no defects. The bubble is just near where they join the tubes.

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the old one has done i think 350 hrs and that does not have a bubble.

good news is great product support the retailer took pics and inflated the new inner tubes before he sent to me, a front and rear straight away no charge, i also emailed jeff and he responded that day

stuff can go wrong but when it does you great i got looked after, first problem since april 2010, in one day new checked tubes coming in the mail nice work
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