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NoTubes Tire Sealant

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Price: $13.11 - $96.06
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  • One quart will convert up to 8 tires
  • Use only 2 ounces for most bicycle tires
  • Can repair up to a 1/4" hole instantly
$13.11 - $96.06

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Product Description

Stan's Tire Sealant will stay liquid in a mountain bike tire with a thin casing for two to seven months on average. Riding in arid climates or storing the bike in a hot area will require more frequent monitoring of sealant levels. Special anti-freeze agent.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00GZHZQNS
  • Item model number: TU80051-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #439,493 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
Dino Tufekcic
I have not gotten a flat in over five years!
mark example name
Stans no tubes sealant works wonders.
Yoshmann

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By mark example name on September 5, 2010
if your an avid mountain biker you already know about this stuff. I have not gotten a flat in over five years! I run the lightest paper thin race tires i can get my hands on and I dont carry tools for flats or a camel back anymore. its a little difficult to set up for a first timer but once its in there you will notice the difference. without a tube there is less rotational mass... better acceleration and without the tube the tire is able to conform to the terrain allowing you to run less tire pressure for better traction. I run schwaeble racing ralphs on my 29er and kenda karmas' on my titus.. there's a youtube thing too somewhere you should see.... hands down the cheapest upgrade with the most noticeable performance gain!
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By workingdog on March 15, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 32-Ounce Verified Purchase
Stans is the best sealant you can use to seal flats. The one problem they haven't addressed or admit to however is that the sealant will cause oxidation spots on the wheel where dried sealant will retain moisture and cause the rim to oxidize. Stans claims differently but I know way too many people with this problem with both the new and old Stans. I'm hoping the oxidation remains a cosmetic problem and the wheels wear out before it becomes an issue. On the plus side, I've ridden my mountain bike with a number of thorns imbedded in the tire and not gone flat during the ride. I can also ride lower pressure without fearing pinch flats. Riding the road bike with tubeless makes for a much safer and more comfortable ride with no noticeable loss in speed. Riding at 85psi the ride is comfortable and handling and adhesion through turns is amazing. Pinch flats are virtually eliminated. You can still tear a sidewall and flat but the tire tends to stay on rim which makes controlling a blowout easier to control. There is a learning curve in going tubeless and using sealant. You need to remember to replace the sealant every few months and or flat and just add some sealant from a small carry along bottle. Also, I probably would not recommend Stans to the casual rider. If you're not doing 3000 a year on the road the negatives probably outweigh the positives. Three stars only because of the oxidation and drying out issues.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By rider on September 4, 2011
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 32-Ounce Verified Purchase
I'm a Stans believer, it does all it claims. I've used Stans tubless for years. One proviso: it's best to use this system on wheels and tires you put a lot of miles on in a short time; possibly tires you wear out and replace every season. If left on rims too long, you need to add sealant periodically as the liquid evaporates. Then, the solid latex builds up on the inside of the tire, eventually adding a lot of material and weight to your wheels/tires. It's a mess to try to clean out. If the tires are on your second set of rims and are hanging in your garage, the latex solidifies in the bottom of the tire in a big stringy mass. For my spare set of wheels with mud tires (that I may not even use in a single system) I will stop using tubless with sealant and go back to tubes.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C&B on May 1, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 16-Ounce Verified Purchase
I use this in my mountain bike tires. I ride hard and I'm hard on tires - low pressure and big drops. Because of that I used to get pinch flats every 2 or 3 rides. In the 3 months since using Stans (ghetto/gorilla tape method) I have not had a single flat of any kind. This stuff eats thorns for breakfast and seals the bead into the rim like glue. I'm a true believer. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stump 29 on September 29, 2011
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 16-Ounce
Been using Stan's for over a year now. I use it for sealing 29" mountain bike tires. I used to get flats about every 4-6 rides - about once every 2 weeks. In the 12+ months since I converted to tubeless, I've had NO flats. Set up properly they're great. Best if you use the whole Stan's system. The initial application is about 2-4 ounces. I add about 2oz (each tire) every 500 trail miles or every 4/6 months. Check out the YouTube how-to videos to learn more. GREAT product!

UPDATE - Jan. '13.. Still no flats... I don't carry a spare or a pump anymore... Just make sure the Stan's doesn't dry up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshc85r on September 21, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 32-Ounce Verified Purchase
I bought this quart of stans tire sealant because I ran out from the stuff I got with my tubeless kit. This stuff is great. I was running my tires without sealant and didnt know it, so I would lose a lot of pressure over a period of a couple days. Once I put some more of this stuff in, It holds its pressure for weeks.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Maharaj on May 9, 2013
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 16-Ounce Verified Purchase
Good only for small puncture holes. Larger holes will have to be patched from inside the tire.

When you get a puncture from a larger hole, the sealant will work once the tire pressure gets to a lower point. Trying to pump up the tire to a higher pressure (say 90-100psi) will cause the sealant to be blown out of the tire and air will escape again until the pressure gets to a lower point. At least it will be able to take you home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JC on October 21, 2013
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: 16-Ounce Verified Purchase
I tried this before in a tube as flat protection. it clumps up after a while and you have a lump of dried latex in the tube that kind of throws it off balance.

I used this for 2 tubeless wheelsets, a 'tubeless ready' set and a conversion. it was able to seal up both sets after a couple of minutes. not flats so far, 400-500 miles between the 2 sets
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