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No Tubes 29er Tubeless System Fits Salsa, Bontrager and Most 29" Mountain Rims

3.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Technical Details


Product Description

Stan's NoTubes Tubeless System Standard Tubeless Kit
  • Condition: Brand new in box
  • Size: 26" or 24"
  • Width: 21.5-24.5mm
Tubeless Kit Contains:
  • 2 molded rim strips with integrated valve
  • 1 2oz/60ml red scoop
  • 16 oz (473ml) of Stan's Tire sealant
  • 1 roll of Universal Kit Tape
  • Detailed installation instructions
  • NoTubes decals
Warning: Contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. Do not get in eyes, on skin or on clothing.

Rim Compatibility - Standard (53"x26mm):
  • Fits most 26" and 24" cross country rims; 21.5mm-25mm wide.
Stan's Tubeless System Benefits:
  • Puncture resistance
  • Reduce wheelset weight
  • Reduce rolling resistance
  • Lower air pressures/better traction
  • Seals existing holes
  • Improved cornering
  • Virtually eliminates flats
  • More supple ride

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B001VCBH44
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By Philip J. Seaman on May 1, 2010
After putting up with flats and the extra weight, I took the plunge and bought Stan's conversion kit along with two new tubeless mountain bike tires. I also watched Stans videos as well as several others on youtube a couple of times each. I considered buying tubeless rims, but given the price and that I'm a weekend warrior at best, it seemed a little much. Instead I learned to subtleties of tubed to tubeless conversion and got a little dirty.

The rim strip, that looks like an inner tube except it's just a flat strip, would not allow me to put on the tubeless tires. With the rim strip I was able to use my old tubed tires, but the weaker sidewall compared to the tubeless ones [which have fairly uniform thickness through the tire] had me nervous. To get a seal soap suds are needed as shown in the video, to seal between the tire and the wheel as well as make visible leaks, as well as a high air volume floor pump or compressed air [the one at the gas station worked for me]. Once you've gotten to the "Stans goop in the tire" point it needs to be sloshed back and forth as shown in the video and allowed to sit flat for several minutes on both sides to seal the side walls since once the wheel is vertical there's not goop up against the sidewalls. Any tear in the sidewall will render a tubed tire unusable for conversion for tubeless.

To get the tubeless tires on my rims I found that by not using the rim strip and removing the thin tape covering spoke nipples, cleaning the inner surface as shown on a Stans video, the rim tape allowed me to seal the holes and a stans valve stem sealed the stem hole. With this slightly smaller amount of material in the wheel groove I was FINALLY able to get the tubeless tire on my none-tubeless wheel and seal it with air.
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I'm a weekend warrior with a fairly light dual suspension bike (Specialized Enduro S-works), but had been using some pretty heavy tubes (Slime thorn tubes) that weigh almost 2 lbs each, plus one extra in my pack, for about 6 lbs of extra weight.

When I heard about Stan's conversion allowing you to use standard rims & tires and go tubeless, I was skeptical and didn't check into it. Recently, however, on the recommendation of friend I went ahead and took the plunge, and I can honestly say that Stan's WORKS. Plus, after dispensing with all the extra tube weight, my bike handles SO much better and I can bunny hop the bike like never before.

You will want to pay close attention to the instructions, as there is definitely a process to making the conversion and you don't want to cut any corners. There is a helpful video and other information on Stan's website that is also worth checking out before you start. It is very helpful to have a compressor rather than relying upon a hand pump to seal the tires against the rim.

Something I didn't realize until I bought the kit was that the MAXIMUM pressure you can use with this system is 40lbs on a mountain bike tire. For most people that's not an issue, but if you ride your bike on the street and put higher pressure in it, you won't be able to do that with Stan's. For me, 40lbs is plenty of pressure and tires glide over rocky trails very well.

One other tip - the sealant doesn't last forever and you will need to renew it at least once a year with fresh fluid to keep the tires sealing well.

Overall, I highly recommend this product!
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For those who attempt to follow the instructions and spend hours doing the install. IF YOU FAIL, IT'S NOT THE FAULT OF THE PRODUCT. Not all tires are tubeless ready.

I had my local bike store do mine. I'm down with changing components and performing maintenance on my 2012 Rockhopper 29er but I heard the stans conversion can be a little tricky.

Running a 29er Specialized Purgatory Control 2bliss 2.30 front. 29er Specialized Captain Control 2bliss 2.0 rear.

I have about 40 miles running Stans and I love it! I live in Socal: desert thorn country so after picking up about 20 goathead thorns in the front tire, I pulled out each one and only a few bled out a little slime. Sealed in 5 - 10 seconds. the same pressure I ran 3 weeks ago has held. I only add air for a street commute.

I LOVE STANS and will never go back to tubes!!
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I used this to convert my Scott Spark 29er using the stock Alex rims with a Rocket Ron in the rear and Kenda Nevegal in front. It took a few tries to get the tires perfectly sealed but that's really not a fault of the kit. I followed Stan's instructional video perfectly and didn't have any major issues.

*Note that the 29er kit is the All Mountain version. Stan's also has a Cross Country version for slightly narrower rims.
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