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Tyres disintergrating with mousse fitted

We are having a problem with rear tyres coming apart, the nylon internal cord is detaching from tyre carcase when run with a mousse. I hear this is not uncommon, due to the lower pressure in tyre with the mousse

Are the tyres still OK to use, despite obvious signs of deterioration ?
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I have found that too when using Tubliss at low pressures. It flexes the tyre wall beyond the ability of the rubber compound to hold the nylon threads. I always find that one side of the tyre seems to have threads hanging out like a spiderweb, the other is normal. As yet, I havent had this cause a tyre to fail with splits or tears, I have always worn the tread out before they have failed
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had this happen with pirellis only. and only discovered after removing the tyre from being worn. so no measurable affect on the tube/tubliss/mousse
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Yes, unfortunately it was Pirelli midsoft, a tyre we use all the time . Might just keep them for summer/non-competitive use
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Whats the Hours Of Use / Duration / End of Life Cycle and replace 'em sort of equation you guys are sticking by here?
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One thing to watch out for with Pirelli's too is that they have a skinnier bead than Michelins for example, I don't know about the other brands.

So compared to Michelin at least your rim lock isn't going to be as effective, or you may want a wider rim lock.
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No issues with tyres falling apart on mouses, but have had mouses destroyed using Mitchy Starcross tyres.

No issues with the old S12s, Metzler or Dunlop.
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Have done a few tyres with collapsed sideways in conjunction with tubliss

No issues, but I imagine it would be a better situation with mousses with rim further from ground.
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