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Tubeless tyres information

Tubeless tyres are a tyre-model in which the tube located on the interior of a tyre intended to hold air, is incorporated within the tyre lining itself. The valve regulator is attached on the outer rim and the entire assembly is rendered airtight. It was introduced as a solution to mitigate a problem that every car or bike user faces at one point or another, reduction in air pressure from tyres also known as a puncture. Nowadays, all new cars these days are now fitted with Tubeless tyres.

How Tubeless tyres work?

In Tubeless tyres, air is held between the rim and tyre with the help of a liquid air tight seal. So as there is no rubber tube to pop that renders the tyre undrivable, in case of contact with a sharp object, the probability of a puncture is drastically reduced. As the air is only allowed to escape from the hole, the rate of air loss will be very low giving enough time between puncture and flat. Additionally, in case a sharp object does pierce into the wheel, the liquid sealant immediately flows out, dries and seals the area around the object. Hence, giving the driver enough time to drive the car to a mechanic for appropriate remedy actions

Can I use Tubeless Tyre in place of Tube Tyre?

All leading manufactures manufacture tubeless tyres. For Bike, all manufactures recommend tubeless radial from any trusted brand. The most popular brands currently include CEAT and MRF for their price and durability. For sports bikes you will need those with a softer grip like Metzeler. For Car, Goodyear is well known and reliable and offers cost effective options. In terms of performance and durability Michelin and MRF lead the race. Premium brands like Yoko, Michelin offer better comfort and is good for highway riding

What is the difference between Tube and Tubeless tyre?

Construction and Maintenance

Traditional models have a casing, a separate rubber tubing, regulator and rim. Tubeless tyres have an inner tube amalgamated with the rim itself. The latter is enforced with a sheath of steel wires that are amalgamated with the rim, which in case of perforation prevents the inner air from being let out. Having a fewer number of components, these are much easier to maintain and will even produce a far better driving experience.

Risk and Safety

While in case of the pneumatic model, contact with a sharp object causes it to instantly deflate, which can have serious implications for the safety of the driver and the passengers. The vehicle can swerve completely out of the driver’s control. On the other hand, for a tubeless tyre as the reduction in air pressure is much slower, the driver retains control over the car and can even drive it for the distance to stop at the side of the road safety or even to a nearby repair shop

Life and durability

As Tubeless models are much less susceptible to getting punctured this increases their life as compared to the other kind. The slow rate of air loss also prevents the wheel assembly from getting seriously damaged in the case of puncture during driving.

Tubeless Tyres advantages

There are multiple benefits of tubeless tyres, some of which are beyond the obvious.

No more dead flats - As it can run even on less air, the occurrence of a pinch flat, a common happening in a tube model is virtually impossible here. There is also has the added advantage of maintaining the integrity of your tyres

Lesser frequency of punctures - Due to the absence of the easily pop-able tube, the probability of getting a puncture is reduced by a huge margin. In this case the rubber component and the steel rim are adhered together to form an impermeable membrane, not easy to pierce through

Simple puncture patch-up - As the air release is slow in case of puncture, there is enough time for the driver to slow down and drive to a location where it can be easily repaired.

Can be fitted with tube - In case of a serious tyre damage, these can be alternatively fitted with a tube as it is manufactured to be compatible with that as well.

Stability at high speeds - Studies have shown that these give a much smoother ride for vehicles travelling at higher speeds. The reductions of the weight of the tube also help decrease the friction in the normal pneumatic model.

Reduced tyre pressure - To experience a really smooth ride a reduced pressure is ideal. These have the added bonus of being capable of being ridden in lower pressures as there is no danger of a pinch-flat situation

Tubeless Tyres disadvantages

There are a few disadvantages to tubeless tyres as well:

Not easy to fit - As this model has to be installed so as to be airtight at all points, fitting it can be a challenging task. A trained expert is usually required to be employed to ensure the correct mounting of the tyre which corresponds to manufacture specifications.

Expertise for repair - In case of a perforation to the tyre, however low the probability, the drawback of this model is that it can’t be fixed by just about anyone as is the case for the pneumatic model. A professional trained in the technique is required. Hence it will also cost a bit more.

More Expensive - Compared to the normal pneumatic model, this version is on the higher end of the price spectrum. The difference in cost is also sensed during patch up and repair.

What are the best Tubeless tyres in India?

All leading manufactures manufacture tubeless tyres. For Bike, all manufactures recommend tubeless radial from any trusted brand. The most popular brands currently include CEAT and MRF for their price and durability. For sports bikes you will need those with a softer grip like Metzeler. For Car, Goodyear is well known and reliable and offers cost effective options. In terms of performance and durability Michelin and MRF lead the race. Premium brands like Yoko, Michelin offer better comfort and is good for highway riding

Tubeless tyre price in India

Tubeless tyre for bike are priced from Rs. 1000 to all the way to 10,000. For cars on the other hand, depending on the size of the vehicle, the price can range from Rs. 1,500 to Rs. 10,000 per unit. MRF Tubeless tyre prices start at Rs. 1,500. The prices are similar for CEAT, Goodyear and Bridgestone. At the next level, Yokohoma, JK and Michelin offer at a starting price of Rs. 3,000 while for a premium brand like Pirelli, expect a starting price of Rs. 5,500. The prices mentioned above are for the basic all weather or summer model. For winter or off-road models. Prices start at Rs. 4,500 to Rs. 7,000 per unit.

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