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Basically, too much weight at too low of a pressure. Higher pressure will blow the tire off the rim.That doesn't make sense to me, but maybe I am missing something. How much weight and how much pressure are you thinking of using with what sized tire? I don't see wanting or needing to run enough pressure to "blow the tire off the rim". At the lower pressure end of the scale I don't see going low enough for burping to be a problem.
Overnight costs. Europe is 1/4 or 1/3 the cost of USA. The US is unbelievably expensive for housing.
And that's a great idea about mailing, does that just work by getting a friend to Fedex a package to one of their offices in a town I know I'll be in?I'd skip FedEx and UPS in favor of the US Postal Service for that. They are available in most towns, even small ones and it is easy to have a package forwarded along if you happen to be in town when the PO is closed. Using General Delivery they will hold packages for 30 days.
The paniers on the legs for instance sound like they'll take about three minutes for you to figure out they won't work cross-country
Yes, the postmistress at Lolo, MT pulled that on me, and waited until the forwarding request came back through channels before she would send it on. I missed the package, and it was returned to sender about 6 weeks later.
True, but if you do it from a different post office you may run into a stickler who'll route it through someplace in Missouri (St. Louis, maybe?). It can take a week to ten days before the receiving post office will get the notice and forward the package.
If you miss it (package not there yet, or post office closed when you come through), leave a signed, written request at the post office for them to forward the package to West of Nowhere, KY, 32109.