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Finish Line
Fiberlink Tubeless Tire Sealant 1liter (33.8oz)

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The Finish Line Fiberlink Tubeless Tire Sealant will not cure inside the tires, therefore, it doesn’t need to be refreshed every few months to maintain effectiveness. This sealant will last the entire usable life of the tire. Since there is no liquid latex or ammonia in Finish Line sealant, it is naturally non-toxic, hypoallergenic and safe for carbon fiber rims. Additionally, Finish Line Tubeless Tire Sealant cleans up easily with water – no more scrubbing or scraping cured latex from tires and rims.

FiberLink™ technology makes this possible. Utilizing DuPont™ Kevlar® fibers, FiberLink™ seals are extremely robust once they plug a hole. When a puncture happens, fibers rush into the wound and quickly stop air loss. As the tire flexes while it is ridden, the FiberLink™ mesh tightens and reinforces itself, creating a confidence-inspiring seal that will last ride-after-ride.


Features:

  • Non-latex ammonia-free formulated tubeless tire sealant.
  • Kevlar reinforced Fiberlink mesh seal.
  • Seals up to 1/4" punctures.
  • Can be used in cold temperature, down to -10º F.
  • 1 liter (32 ounces).
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Just doesnt work
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by Anonymous
Portland

Did not seal punctures on both a gravel tire and mtb tire. Mounted a new set of Continental Race Kings which can be challenging to seal and could never get the bead to seal with this stuff. Stans sealed no problem. This sealant doesnt dry out like they say but its too thick and just coats the inside of the tire like slime and leaves nothing left to seal a puncture.

Reviewed 7/5/2018
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Failed to seal on intial set up on 2 different tirewheel combinations
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer

I have ridden 4 years exclusively tubeless both road and MTB, so this review comes from some one with experience. Didn't seal at the bead on Easton Road Tubeless rim with Hutchison Sector 28 . Didn't Seal with DT Swiss XCM 1200 with Hans Damphf . Never had issues with Stan's.

Reviewed 5/11/2018
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Failed to seal on intial set up on 2 different tirewheel combinations
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer

I have ridden 4 years exclusively tubeless both road and MTB, so this review comes from some one with experience. Didn't seal at the bead on Easton Road Tubeless rim with Hutchison Sector 28 . Didn't Seal with DT Swiss XCM 1200 with Hans Damphf . Never had issues with Stan's.

Reviewed 5/11/2018
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Great idea - Poor Performance
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by Hoeferland
Competitive Racer
Portland, Or

I was really excited to try this product, because it sounded too good to be true. It really was. The concept makes a lot of sense, but for road tubeless it just doesn't work. I've tried it on 4 different tubeless tires and it (1) rarely plugs any puncture (large or small), and (2) makes it incredibly tough to get tires to seal. Really disappointed.

Reviewed 8/1/2018
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Effective and provides peace of mind
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by jsprague56
Cycling Enthusiast
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0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have this sealant in my MTB, gravel bike, and now road bike. Love that it doesn't need to be replaced because it won't dry out. I also like that I no longer have to clean up the sticky residue of dried up tubeless sealant on the rim seats.

Reviewed 7/2/2018
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