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What are tubeless tyres and how are they useful?


Date: 16 Apr 2015   Posted By: Mukhtar     Group: Automobiles    Category: New Trends in the Automobile Industry   

I have heard of tubeless tyres. I just want to know from experts that what are tubeless tyres and what are the benefits of tubeless tyres. Do you ever face a puncture problem in tubeless tyre? I have Pulser 150 CC 2010 model, so can I get tubeless tyres for my bike?

Know what is tubeless tyres and their advantages and benefits. Also, check out how they are useful as compared to other tyres in this Ask Experts post.


Author: Timmappa Kamat    16 Apr 2015      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0

To understand what is tubeless tyre, one needs to understand what is tube or tubed tyre. A tube tyre has a rubber tube filled with air inside the tyre. This helps in making driving on the bumpy surface of the road smoother. It also acts as a cushion and supports the weight of the automobile.
A tubeless tyre does not have a tube inside has less weight and thus in turn reduces the total weight of the vehicle. This makes the handling of the vehicle easier and smoother.

Advantages of tubeless tyres

1. It looses air gradually and at a uniform rate. While in case of tube tyres which when punctured will swerve the vehicle and make it unstable leading to an accident.

2. Tubeless tyres offer less resistance and thus the vehicle feels lighter

3. Tubeless tyres last longer than their tube counterparts.

4. They generate less heat and vibration and hence are more economical.


Author: Aman    20 Apr 2015      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 1  (Rs 1)    Voting Score: 0

A tubeless tyre is a tyre without tube. In simple it is very beneficial to get as it improves the handling, grip and also it can't be punctured. It is more beneficial for those who use to travel daily.




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