TORZC tubeless-ready rims are designed for both tubeless and standard clinchers.
TORZC rims are made with precision. If fitting a tyre on a TORZC rim is too easy, it may be too big, and this will have significant implications for safety. We recommend using only high-quality tyres that require the use of clincher tyre levers and a reasonable amount of strength to fit them. Using a tyre that is too high for the rim may cause the tyre to rupture unexpectedly and cause accidents, physical injuries or even death.
Fitting a clincher tyre
Incorrect mounting of the tyre may cause it to deflate, burst or detach suddenly and cause accidents, serious injuries or even death.
- Ensure you do not damage or bend any part of the rim when fitting the tyre. Damaging the edge of the rim may prevent them from operating correctly, especially if used with tubeless tyres.
- If you cannot fit and remove the tyres by hand, use a plastic tyre lever.
Fitting a tubeless tyre
To use TORZC safely and correctly, there must be a perfect seal between the rim and the Tubeless tyre. TORZC will not accept liability for the performance, quality or malfunctioning of a tubeless tyre.
Assembling a tubeless valve
Use only the original valve supplied by TORZC. Periodically check the seal of the valve and the entire tubeless system. To optimize the seal, we recommend changing the tubeless valve once a year.
Use of tubeless sealer
When installing tubeless-ready tyres, it is compulsory to use pierce-resistance sealers. Never use sealers containing alkaline substances.
Inflating the tyres
Incorrect tyre pressure could cause the tyre to rupture suddenly and unexpectedly and/or lead to a loss of control of the bicycle and cause accidents, injury or even death.
- Never exceed the maximum inflation pressure recommended by the tyre manufacturer for the cross-section of the clincher tire you are using. Excessive pressure reduces tyre grip and increases the risk of the tyre bursting suddenly.
- A pressure that is too low reduces wheel performance and increases the possibility of the tyre deflating, suddenly and unexpectedly. The pressure that is too low could also cause damage and premature wear of the rim.