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    MoJo Bishop eporter68's Avatar
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    Tire Question

    Do any of you know why my tubeless tires sometimes look like they are sweating on the outside. They have visible moisture all around the sidewalls.

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    Because the sealant is leaking out of the sidewalls

    Some do it more than others, and it depends upon the sealant used.
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    this is pretty common. most people call the phenomenon "weeping." look up "weeping tire sealant" and you will find more info. mine weeps a bit here and there no matter what i do.

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