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Stans NoTubes
Rim Tape

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Set your wheels up right with the Rim Tape from Stan's NoTubes.

The same type of tape included with all Stan's Tubeless Conversion Kits. It will make rims airtight for tubeless use or can be used as a lightweight rim tape option for any wheel build. One roll should be enough for five 26 inch rims, four 29 inch rims, or two road clincher rims according to Stan's.

Stan's NoTubes Rim Tape is available in 10 yard rolls with multiple width options.

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Great tape
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by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This stuff is the best had issues keeping pressure until I used this tape don't use anything else

Reviewed 9/27/2017
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Stan's Rim Tape
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by RideCO
Cycling Enthusiast
Clorado
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Used for converting to tubeless from regular clinchers....works great, helps keep tire on the bead by taking up extra room as well as covering spoke holes.

Reviewed 6/8/2017
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alternative to cloth tape
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by amateurwrench
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

nice alternative to cloth or thicker synthetic rim tape/strips, being thinner may help with mounting those really light tires like Kenda Kaliente on Mavic Open Pro rims. One thing that happened to the roll I got, as I applied the tape to the rim, there was a small cut on the end of the tape and it separated a thin strip on one edge from the main piece I was applying to the rim, after I applied a few feet, I notice the tape I was applying getting thinner at the rim and a ridge growing on one side of the roll where the sliver left there was growing in width, I had to start over after I wasted a few feet of the tape. Luckily, there was enough to finish both wheels.

Reviewed 4/7/2014
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