If you are getting a KLR that doesn't use a tube, a trail-side tire repair would be the same as a road-side tire repair on your Suzuki. Remove foreign object, install plug, air-up tire and continue.My main concern about getting a KLR is the possible necessity of changing a tire somewhere in the boonies. Heck, I've never changed a motorcycle tire anywhere. My wee strom didn't present such a problem.
Maybe I'm scared of something thats not that big of deal.
What do ya think?
Well, not really something I'm interested in. Just passing along the info for someone that may. It would be easy to just pull and plug in the field butWhat's your take on this "tubliss" thing, flash?
Good point. I know a far cry from a motorcycle tire, but with some of my mowers and tillers, I've had to try to seal the gap between the tire and wheel with duct tape to try to hold the air in long enough to get the bead to seat and that was with a 120psi shop compressor.Ever tried to get the bead to seat on a tubeless? Aint the easiest thing to do. Especially with our little slime pumps we carry around.