rpbrock said:I'm still trying to debate if I want a set of billet rims or stick with my spokes. I love spokes but I want to run tubeless. American Wire wheel makes tubless but not in a 21 inch rim that I need for the front. So I'm considering this sealing process they do to a set of spoked rims so I can keep the clean look of the spokes and run some tubeless tires. Might even upgrade to a cool set of American Wires with twisted spokes and have the process done to the front wheel?
Has anybody used Wheel Works of Garden Grove CA? I've read a couple of rag stories and they claim it really works. Man... I need some opinions and some feeback if anyone knows about this place. there was a thread here awhile back but it didn't answer all of the questions for me so maybe I can get some more info out of you guys? Any input, ideas, help... much appreciated!
Check out these links: http://motorcyclecruiser.com/tech/wheelseal/
a few things...
- last I hard from a local wheel shop was that WW was having about a 60% success rate sealing them. (don't know how true or how accurate... just regurgitating what I was told)
- what happens when you need to tighten your spokes?
- what's wrong with a tube?