Tyre Juice is a World Cup downhill used, abused and approved sealant. Tyre Juice wards off punctures and pinch-flats by coating your rubber in a protective force field.
Slosh it in and you’ll enjoy a puncture-proof performance on the thorny roads and rocky trails. It also allows you to run lower pressures, meaning more grip, more comfort and more speed. It’s a doddle to install and battles faff every time you ride.
Our unique design seals holes up to 7mm, doesn't ball up and is ammonia-free so won’t damage wheels or tyres and won’t cause allergic reactions. It's water washable for less mess and should last 6-9 months between top ups.
- Suitable for Downhill/Enduro/Road/Gravel/MTB
- Contains fibre particles to help fill large holes and tears
- Ammonia free synthetic latex
- Lasts up to 9 months
- Seals up to 6mm holes
- Seals porous tyres and bead/rim gaps
- Operating pressures 15-120psi
- CO2 Compatible
- Water washable
- Compatible with tubeless ready and full UST wheels/tyres
- Non corrosive formula
- No latex so no latex allergy problems
- Environmentally safe
- Size - 500ml
- Country of Origin - United Kingdom
How To (Direction for Use)
Step-1 Slosh it in.
Start with fresh tubeless rim tape and valves. Seat your tyre so that it’s almost fully on the rim with just one small section (6 inches should do it) left undone. Use 50-100ml of Tyre Juice per wheel, applying straight into a clean, fresh and un-knackered tyre. Shake the bottle and pour it straight in, keeping the bottle fully inverted when you pour.
Step-2 Seat it up.
Seat the final section of your tyre on the rim and inflate fully till you hear the bead ‘pop’ into place. This will be easier with a compressor or tubeless inflator. You may need to remove your valve cores to get more air in quicker.
Step-3 Shake and shred.
Once seated and inflated give your wheel a shake and a good spin to get the Tyre Juice spread around inside your wheel. Pop it back on your bike and shred like the true savage you always knew you were. Crush your mates and hear the lamentations of their tubes.