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25 minutes ago, High-tower said:

Except you can’t use a tubeless set up 👎

Not the Exceed kit maybe, but you can if you just have a short hosetail at the base of the pole with your connector of choice. I've worked like this for years. It's also much simpler to fit. 

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The hose tail doesn't have to be as long as this of course.

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windowsurfer
36 minutes ago, Marko067 said:

Not the Exceed kit maybe, but you can if you just have a short hosetail at the base of the pole with your connector of choice. I've worked like this for years. It's also much simpler to fit. 

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The hose tail doesn't have to be as long as this of course.

Thats how I have mine

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Philip Hardy
23 hours ago, High-tower said:

Except you can’t use a tubeless set up 👎

We have recently switched over and kept the univalve no problems ,just disconect at the gooseneck end.

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On 30/04/2021 at 13:56, High-tower said:

Except you can’t use a tubeless set up 👎

You can still use a Hoseless setup. I've done it. But it was a thorough pain in the a..

Difficult as anything. How I did it was : I fitted the Univalve with enough pole hose to come out the bottom of the pole (Extreme 22) with about a foot left over. I fitted the stopper bung in the bottom of the top section with the hose going through it. I stretched the excess hose out of the pole to what I felt was about the right amount and temporarily fitted a small cable tie tightly on the pole hose to hold it from going back into the pole while I cut off the excess and fitted the EZ Snap male. Then I cut the cable tie and allowed the fitting to retract into the bung. I was lucky, I somehow judged it right and it worked out fine. But it was a pain of a job. Could so easily have gone wrong. I don't relish having to repeat it.

I would prefer to have the hose going through the Gooseneck with a good hose stop to secure it and adjust it, accessible from outside of the pole.

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Some poles are easier to have hoseless than others. I.e - SLX27 is easy whereas Extreme 22 is awkward due to pole lengths being different. 

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