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I have a set of Easton EC90 SL tubulars glued up with cross tires.  Last few races have been very wet, and can hear water in the rear rim.  Not sure how much water is in there, but don't like the idea of it sitting there for any amount of time.  First season on this set of tires, and would like to leave them on until next season.  Any ideas on getting the water out?  Install a small "wick" next gluing maybe? Pull back a small section and reglue?  Thanks!!    

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Pull back tire and hang to drain reglue and put a small amount of silicone around the valve stem, will help with water.


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