Stans-No Tubes Standard UST Tubeless Kit (26" or 24")
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- Rim Compatibility: 21.5-24.5mmSize: 26" or 24"
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Stan's No Tubes Standard Tubeless System takes the difficulty out of converting standard mountain bike rims and tires into a tubeless system. This conversion can save between 100 and 400g of rotating weight, and allow lower tire pressures and better traction. All without the increased risk of pinch flats. The tire and rim sealant can be used to seal punctures and slow leaks, holding air for longer periods of time without incident. This kit will fit most standard 26" mountain bike rims. Rim strips feature Presta valve stems. Patented rim strip makes installation simple New molded rim strip features a new Presta valve stem with a removable core, allowing you to add sealant without removing the tire Two sealing points on the tire help maintain tire pressure Converts rims to tubeless with only 56g of added weight per wheel Won't throw tires out of balance No glue! A tube can still be installed in case of a flat on the trail Kit fits most 26" mountain bike rims (Including Mavic 221, 317, 517, 519, 223, and Sun 0 XC, UFO, Sub4, etc. Also fits Bontrager 29'er DISC rims) Includes pint of tire sealant, two molded rim strips with removable valve cores, one 10yd roll of nylon spoke tape, and decal
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Here's the downfall. The tires always need to be checked before riding. In matter of 4 days I lost 4-8 PSI. So you have to check before every ride.
Secondly do not use a hand or foot pump or small compressor like one at a gas station. You must use a very large air compressor to thrust that air into the tire to have that bead fall against the wheel. I seriously was using my joe blow for an hour trying to pump up a tire. Then I took off tire to inspect everything just to put it back on and tried to pump it up. Luckily I went to my dads who has a 55 gallon air compressor. And boom it worked. It took in all 3 hours of trial and error to put the front tire on. But the rear tire only took me 10 minutes.
The front tire was more difficult. I did the same thing and wasn't able to get it to catch. So I took the bike to the bike shop and he put more of Stan's liquid into it but still wasn't able to get the side walls to take. So he removed the tire, poured the Stans out, wiped the rim and wrapped the rim with more plastic tape and then repeated the procedure and the tire instantly snapped onto the frame and away I went. Cost me another $25, so if you can't get yours to catch the rim just start over and make sure there is plenty of plastic tape on the spokes. Very important to make sure that the rim you're trying to put the tire on is one that can actually do this. But if this fairly inexpensive beach bike tire can do it, I can't imagine any that can't. I have tried green goop before with limited results but this is amazing! My wife rides this bike now without any tubes and hasn't suffered any flats in 2 hot summer months! Whooee for Stan's!