I'm just going to convert to Michelin Ultra Heavy Duty Tubes at the first tire change. A lot easier, especially since I'm going to pay someone else to mount them!
The rears can be sent off to be sealed because they have a safety bead. Woody's Wheel Works can do it. Not too expensive, IIRC. Woody's can make a front wheel that has the spokes mounted on a ridge in the center of the tire, thereby making it air tight. Of course, it has a safety bead. This is over $1,000 plus shipping to Colorado. They have to lace the wheel on your hub. These are the only way to get tubeless wheels that I know of, and I've been poking around on the internet researching this for a while.
If you want to try to do the rears yourself, find Tewster2's build of his DR650 on ADV rider. He has pictures and a full explanation. he took the bike to Alsaka, and as far as I know, they held air the whole time. He left the front tube because of the cost of buying a new rim, and the front tube is a lot easier to patch.
I think UHD tubes will work for me.
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