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<p>Hi,&nbsp;</p>

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<p>I have installed tubeless a while back - topped up with sealant and all good...&nbsp;</p>

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<p>What I find is that after a week the tires get a bit soft &nbsp;and need inflating by a 1-2 PSI before i go out...&nbsp;</p>

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<p>I cannot see a puncture anywhere and was wodnering if this is normal??</p>

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<p>Thanks,&nbsp;</p>

<p>Adrian&nbsp;</p>

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dave atkinson [6370 posts] 11 months ago
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<p> yes </p>

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jterrier [188 posts] 11 months ago
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Yep. In fact such a small loss is really good.

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nniff [232 posts] 11 months ago
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I wish!  20 psi for me.

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StraelGuy [1402 posts] 11 months ago
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Tubeless or inner-tubed, I wish my tyres lost that little pressure between rides .

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Adrian_GJ [9 posts] 11 months ago
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Thank you all - new to tubless and I thought I'm doing something wrong... 

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CXR94Di2 [2080 posts] 11 months ago
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Perfectly normal, no tyre holds pressure for ever

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bombalinafootball [2 posts] 10 months ago
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This is common, same happened with tubes but just a bit slower? I always top up before a ride anyway so no hassle. Better than fixing punctures while out on a ride so tubeless is the way to go!

 

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kevvjj [384 posts] 10 months ago
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You can detect a drop of 1 psi?????