I love the tubeless setup! Please post any new info as it comes!
Almost forgot, I am going to try a short tubeless tour this fall. BRP maybe.
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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.
Just trying to understand...
I rode the GDMBR with DT Swiss non-tubeless rims, the Stan's tubeless kit, and Continental Race King 2.2 ProTection tires. The weather was extremely hot in Montana, and perhaps I didn't have enough sealant, especially because I was losing some on the rim-tire connection, so I ran out of sealant on one wheel and had to pump up the tire several times a day. Eventually put in a tube until I got a bike shop to add sealant. I had mailed my small bottle of sealant home, which would have solved my problem.
No flats, and I really like the ride (and weight savings.)
Definitely bring a tube and some patches though. I also had the Park Tool TB-2 tubeless tire patch.