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Mastik One Rim Cement - 30g Tube

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Vittoria Mastik One Rim Cement for tubular tire installation. One tube glues 1-2 tires. 30g.

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by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Tub cement is one of those products that you will never notice if it is working. I've used this for 10 years of CX racing and it just works, is reasonably priced and can be found almost anywhere. The tubes are cleaner than the can IMO, as it is possible to squeeze a nice straight line into the center of the rim bed and spread with a flux brush. Also, contamination and dry-out are not an issue where as with a can, you risk it all going bad and I could never get away from spider webs from the brush dipping into the can. I'd say for road tires, you want at least 1 tubewheel and cx 2 tubeswheel. The consequences of too little glue vs too much glue make the extra $2.50 well spent.

Reviewed 10/9/2014
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Excellent Choice For Gluing Tubular Tires
by kevhogaz
Competitive Racer
Phoenix, AZ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I've used this glue on several sets of tubulars, and never had a problem. Goes on easy, and isn't real stringy, or messy. Holds like, well, glue!

I use two layers on the rim, and one on the tire, and this glue does not let go. Did a 35 mph on it for the first time, and had absolutely no problems. Tire stayed in place, and never squirmed around, or felt loose.

Reviewed 8/5/2012
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