I installed (had installed professionally) a pair of Bon Jon 35's- extra light on HED Belgium + rims. My installer told me that he didn't have too much trouble installing them and used 2 oz. of Orange Seal endurance in both wheels. But, after receiving the wheels, the tires required several weeks of TLC, before they would hold air reliably. After about a month, or about 400 miles of regular riding, they now hold air as well as any other tubeless tires. I guess these tires are problematic for tubeless application. A lot depends on the rim, and on your patience. In all honesty, while I love the performance of these tires for the type of riding I do, I can't recommend them for everyone.
bobknh I read a couple of times people with these what you want to call supple tires that the tires had pin holes in them. That sounds crazy to me but probably why it took so long to get your tires broken in as the sealant sealed those little pin holes. Do you think it is a mfg. flaw or due to the tires being called supple that the thickness of the tire isn't there that are in heavier tires? Zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman