I would go w/ the stuff High-lifter makes. They are a atv company that make big machines and they know their sh*t. Another reason to get it is because they garauntee that u won't get a flat or they will will u a new tries or something. www.highlifter.com is their site.
i raced mountain bikes for 5 years, and i used it for one race. it hardened up the night before on me and my wheels were severly out of balance. granted that is a lot lighter than a quad tire but i wouldnt use it again.
I hdn been using the heavy duty slime on my Z until I squared both rear rims. I did not have a problem but, I still carried a plug kit and tire inflator. I did not want to be stuck 7 miles away from my trailer.
One of the guys that I've raced with who has a Z put tubes in his tires. He has yet to get a flat in the harescrambles or the mx! I'll find what size and where he got em and post it in the near future.
You can still get a flat with a tube, Ive heard of guys shearing off the valve stem because the tire slipped on the rim. when you are using a tube with tubeless tires, the bead is not held onto the rim as tightly.
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