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mrJohan
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I’ve been using it for the last 650km.

Don’t yet know how well it will seal as the Pirelli tyres have held up rather well thus far. (Touches wood)

I hope you haven't jinxed it. LOL

Always keen to hear what's working well on the road.

Thx.

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Works very well just have to replace it after bombed. Used it for a while but back to Sludge just because it's easier to get even auto part places sell it O and for the record it's much cheaper there.

Have also used sludge in a pinch before, but I find it doesn’t really work well in terms of sealing the tire to the rim, so can be an issue especially in sandy conditions and running lower pressures.

 

Enduro seal works a treat, and probably the only product I would rate anywhere near Stans (Stan’s will in my mind however always remain the king of sealants)

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Works very well just have to replace it after bombed. Used it for a while but back to Sludge just because it's easier to get even auto part places sell it O and for the record it's much cheaper there.

On that note, when you bomb a tire you should always have your valve between 10 and 2 o'clock... that way the C02 won't affect the sealant.

 

I only use enduroseal and have bombed plenty of times with no issue

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  • 6 months later...

I mix sealants all the time, no issues to date.

I literally mixed enduro seal and stans the other day and to be honest...they could have been the same thing for all i care, they look like the same thing. And nothing exploded yet.

I like enduro seal more than stans for price....but mostly for the epic l small bottle that comes with the little hose business on it. None of that stans injector bs and mess. The bottle is all you need to fill via a valve.

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I have use them as well as one or two other sealants recently and the enduro stuff is great, does what it says on the tin. 

 

PS: If anyone is tempted to try the Squirt sealant with the little beads that you add to the big bottle.... Let me save you some time and money: It's absolute rubbish, the sealant becomes like water and drips through the valve hole constantly. This happens whilst riding and or when the bike is in storage  :eek:

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I have use them as well as one or two other sealants recently and the enduro stuff is great, does what it says on the tin.

 

PS: If anyone is tempted to try the Squirt sealant with the little beads that you add to the big bottle.... Let me save you some time and money: It's absolute rubbish, the sealant becomes like water and drips through the valve hole constantly. This happens whilst riding and or when the bike is in storage :eek:.

I had the same experience! Stans is the best.

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I have been running Enduro seal for the past two years and I am very happy with it. I have been using it in mixed terrain, on both my xc as well as my "enduro" rig.

 

It also performs very well whenever I go ride the thorn (duifie doring, thorn tree, duiweltjie) ridden terrain on our farm in the Norhern Cape. It sealed some epic punctures in my tyres I would have opted for a plug while using Stans.

 

I used to have issues with weeping sidewalls with Stans on my Shwalbe and Onza tyres (Both tubeless ready tyres), I had to constantly had to top up my sealant. Switched to Enduro seal, problem solved.

 

The small enduro seal bottle is also, in my opinion, the best way to get sealant into your wheels. I just keep filling the small bottle from the bigger bottle each time I redo my wheels.

 

And at the price of Enduro seal, I don't mind cleaning out the old sealant every now and then and replacing it with fresh sealant.

 

Don't see myself using anything else again soon

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