Tubeless tire precautions
First, the required pressure must be maintained
The tubeless tire is made of high-quality rubber, has good elasticity, strong flexibility, and has a large adaptability to the air pressure. Even if the tire pressure is high, there is no hard feeling of the ordinary tire, so the barometer should be checked for the air pressure. Except for the tires, the tubeless tires generally do not deflate themselves. Therefore, when inflating, check with a barometer and maintain the specified pressure. Do not rely on the feel of the ordinary tires to determine whether or not to supplement the air.
Second, keep the tires clean
Tubeless tires should also be prevented from being stabbed and punctured by sharp and hard objects during use, avoiding contact with acids and alkalis, and being contaminated by oil will accelerate the decomposition of rubber. The tires should be kept clean to prevent rubber aging and prolong service life.
Third, it is not appropriate to drive on the dirt road in the suburbs.
Tubeless tires have good adaptability to tar and cement pavement, and can maintain strong adhesion even when there is water on the road surface, and have good stability. However, for soil pavements, especially for muddy roads, the adhesion is small and the stability is poor. Motorcycles using tubeless tires are best used in urban areas and should not be used on dirt roads in the suburbs.