Oct 8, 2001 10:08 AM
|What do you know about these tires? How do they compare pricewise to other tires? Are they durable? Problems?|
|re: Tufo Tires||Rusty McNasty|
Oct 8, 2001 11:32 AM
|They wear like iron, rarely flat, they have no appreciable runout, and they cost less than Sprinters or Corsas. They do ride a little rough, go on tight, and make a bit of noise. Of course, if you do flat, the sealant had better work (usually does), or the tire is scrap. You can not repair a tufo.|
|re: Tufo Tires||Akirasho|
Oct 8, 2001 11:37 AM
|I've used their tubular and tubular clinchers mainly for racing with good success... wear has been acceptable. Overall performance has been acceptable. The tubular clincher is a novel and effective idea.
Remain In Light.
|re: Tufo Tires||slbenz|
Oct 8, 2001 1:06 PM
|I have been running their tubular version (Pro S33 and S3) for the last 8 months. Had one flat that almost instantly sealed itself and ride another 50 miles without a problem. Their tires are definitely noisier than most but wear extremely well. Easy to put on and with tires having max psi ratings from 175-220 psi, very low rolling resistance at the expense of comfort. Hope this helps.|
|re: Tufo Tires||morey|
Oct 9, 2001 3:22 AM
|These tires are interesting to me. I have to drive over 100 miles for a dealer, therefore information is key. Thanks for the info you provided. It definitely will come in handy.|| |