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Stans NoTubes Standard Tubeless Kit
Stans NoTubes Standard Tubeless Kit

Stans NoTubes
Standard Tubeless Kit

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Run low pressures in complete confidence with Stans NoTubes Standard Tubeless Kit.

This package includes everything you need to convert your standard 26 inch MTB rim to tubeless for increased puncture resistance, less pinch flats, ability to run lower pressures for superior traction.

Going tubeless is lighter than a typical inner tube set-up, and the included natural latex sealant repairs punctures of up to 1/4 inch without the toxic chemicals. The NoTubes Standard Kit works with most XC rims from 21.5mm to 24.5mm wide.

Compatible rim models include (but are not limited to):

    Mavic UST, 221, 223, XM 317, 517, XM719, XC 717, Crossride
  • American Classic MTB 26, MTB 29
  • Sun DS1, DS2, EQ23, 0 Degree XC, UFO
  • DT Swiss 4.1, 4.2, 420, 540, 5.1, XR 400, XR 440, XR425, XRC350, XRC 300, X 430, X 450, EX 500, E 530
  • Easton XC1
  • Bontrager Tubeless Ready, Mustang, Ranger, Race Lite
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by paulbalegend
Competitive Racer

Great stuff, seals well. Be sure to shack and pour inverted using spout, so you get the suspended sealing particles in your tire!

Reviewed 10/19/2012
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Save Money and just get the tape, sealant, and valve stems
by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
San Diego
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The rim strips were too wide for my rims, so I just used the tape, sealant and valve stems to set up tubeless. It works great, but the kit doesn't come with the stems so you'll have to shell out some additional money for those.

However, going tubeless is awesome. For big volume tires, (2.4 Conti X King & Mountain King), I was able get a more supple ride with the same pressure, but less sidewall flex in the corners. Traction is also greatly improved.

Reviewed 8/14/2014
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