Yes, but you will still need to use a hookless compatible tire. Using a tube in a tubeless tire will require higher air pressure compared to using sealant only. Use of the tube will increase overall weight, and the required higher tire pressures lead potentially to rider fatigue. You can also use a tube in a tubeless tire in cases where you get a flat.
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- Is the Zipp 101 XPLR wheelset approved for e-bike use?
- Do Zipp 101 XPLR rims come with tubeless rim tape installed?
- What spokes are used on the Zipp 101 XPLR wheelset?
- What is the weight of the Zipp 101 XPLR wheelset?
- What is the rider weight limit for the Zipp 101 XPLR wheels?
- Can I buy a Zipp 101 XPLR rim on its own?
- What is the overall rim specification for the Zipp 101 XPLR wheelset (depth, width)?
- Can you run a tube in a Zipp 101 XPLR rim with a tubeless tire?
- The new Zipp 101 XPLR wheels have a tubeless profile with hookless, straight sides. Do you have a list of tires that are compatible?
- Is the Zipp 101 XPLR wheelset Tubeless compatible?