the end of the stem through the puncture without
turning until the base presses against inside of the tire.
the stitcher over the
as hard as possible,
keeping strokes close together
working from the
rubber tail flush with the tire
the tire on the rim (Pg. 136).
the wheel (Pg. 29).
The rims for tubeless tires are specially designed in
shape, size and finish to be airtight and to keep the tire
from coming off the rim
on the rim shows that
the rim is specially designed for tubeless
rim size shown in the table is the bead seat diam·
eter and inner width of the rim flanges, both in inches.
Rim runout measurement
I f there is any dou bt as to the condition of the
wheel, or if the wheel has received a heavy impact,
check the rim runout as
Remove the tire and suspend the wheel by the axle.
Set a dial
against the side of the rim, and rotate
the wheel to measure the axial runout. The
between the highest and lowest dial readings
amount of runout.
Rim Runout Measurement