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      Its very simple.
      Remove the valve pin using special tool. Then attach the tube of Bottle and squeeze in till sufficient gel is inside (it just slowly dribbles). Then Install Valve pin and air up.
      I used Jacks to prevent tyre from falling flat or popping the bead.

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      Is it same latex based stuff like Stan's NoTubes sealant which is used in bicycles?

      I recently bought and converted my MTB tires into tubeless which are now going strong. Earlier used to have 2-3 punctures during every trail/hill ride, now punctures are thing of past. But its super expensive. Costs 1.4K for 470ml bottle and 60-65ml needs to be filled into one bicycle tire, later has to be topped up regularly. Not sure if the DocTyre can be used in such applications!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      Is it same latex based stuff like Stan's NoTubes sealant which is used in bicycles?
      There is a difference between Tube type (Bicycle) and Tubeless ones. It might be possible Stan's is Latex based. However I have not used it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      Is it same latex based stuff like Stan's NoTubes sealant which is used in bicycles?

      I recently bought and converted my MTB tires into tubeless which are now going strong. Earlier used to have 2-3 punctures during every trail/hill ride, now punctures are thing of past. But its super expensive. Costs 1.4K for 470ml bottle and 60-65ml needs to be filled into one bicycle tire, later has to be topped up regularly. Not sure if the DocTyre can be used in such applications!

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      Did you do it at home? Can you please provide a detailed review?

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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
      Did you do it at home?
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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
      Can you please provide a detailed review?
      Bike is doing fine, have hit some of the roughest trails in the local hills as well have ridden on tracks full of thorns, puncture days are over. earlier used to have 2-3 or even more punctures during every trail ride.

      To give you an idea of the kind of rides, check out these two videos:
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      Here are the days after tubeless:-





      And these were the days before tubeless:-


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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      Yes


      Bike is doing fine, have hit some of the roughest trails in the local hills as well have ridden on tracks full of thorns, puncture days are over. earlier used to have 2-3 or even more punctures during every trail ride.

      To give you an idea of the kind of rides, check out these two videos:
      (Details in captions)

      Here are the days after tubeless:-





      And these were the days before tubeless:-

      Thanks. How does this exactly work? I mean does it fill the space taken up by the tyre tube?

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      Wow Jacky that's one hell of a location to ride ! Do you guys do this regularly ?

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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
      How does this exactly work? I mean does it fill the space taken up by the tyre tube?
      Watch this videos for the process:-





      Quote Originally Posted by Lvramanan View Post
      Wow Jacky that's one hell of a location to ride ! Do you guys do this regularly ?
      Thanks for the appreciation.
      Yeah, we usually go on weekends at different remote locations around us.

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