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    Ride on and MSR shifter.

    I added 1 3/4 bottles to rear and 1 1/4 to front it takes some time to get it all out of the bottle's, I used the Fred method hole in the bottom and use the air compressor one time gave too much air tube popped off valve stem blew ride on in my face.
    Went for a 10 mile ride some dirt put on my Fly Mavericks boots to test the new MSR shifter perfect fit I also have wider foot pegs.10452519_10202975782347604_839224423_o.jpg
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    Oh hahahaja! That made my day! Sorry, hope you are ok , but it sounds like something I would do.


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    Sorry, I should have elaborated and urged you all to be careful pressurizing slime bottle to avoid making a mess.
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    Based on the info from the folks at ride on my front Shinko 244 in 5.10 needs 7 ounces and the stock rear Bridgestone needs 13 ounces. They have a formula chart on their site somewhere to determine how much each size tire requires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    Based on the info from the folks at ride on my front Shinko 244 in 5.10 needs 7 ounces and the stock rear Bridgestone needs 13 ounces. They have a formula chart on their site somewhere to determine how much each size tire requires.

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    I am close the bottles are 8 ounces X 3=24oz . I probably got 9oz in the front and 14 in rear and 1oz in the face and the amount I could not get out of bottles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    I am close the bottles are 8 ounces X 3=24oz . I probably got 9oz in the front and 14 in rear and 1oz in the face and the amount I could not get out of bottles.
    I agree! They told me that tubed tires require a little less than tubeless just because of the smoother surface inside the tube. I think you will be just fine as you are and if you think getting the stuff in was hard just try to get some out!

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