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    The very first batch of Bon Jon's that this thread started with were not tubeless-ready according to Heine; scheduling issues with Panaracer we were told. That's why I set up mine with tubes. So use the information presented here with caution. The second batch was tubeless-ready as I understand but not from personal experience as I did not order any more.

    Considering how easy these tires were to fit w/o tools on my Archetype rims I personally would not use them on non tubeless-ready rims for anything outside the 40-50 psi range. Tubeless-ready rims are identified as such in their description. A choice would be HED Belgium Plus.
    With bicycles in particular, you need to separate between what's merely true and what's important.

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    I ran mine on a set of Notubes Grail rims but I never ran them higher than 55 psi as I found at that pressure they worked quite well for fast road rides. All green way and dirt rides were at lower pressures.
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