If our image makes it look as if the Stan's No Tubes Tubeless Rim Strip is a tube, rest assured, it isn't. The Stan's Rim Strip has a Presta valve stem built right into it. It has a removable core -- not only good for replacing damaged valves but also for applying sealant. Stan's No Tubes Tubeless Rim Strips should fit most standard 26in diameter MTB rims that are 21.5 to 25mm wide. They work with Mavic's 223, 221, 317, 517, 519, 717 rims, and 719, Sun's 0 XC, UFO, and Sub4, as well as DT's 4.1, and most other non-Freeride, non-AM, non-DH rims.
hi, normally tubeless (hutchinson) fit tight on 20mm road rims. Do they fit tighter on wider hed + rims, A23, etc? For clinchers, they fit tighter for me. (Can this stretch hurt the sidewall?)Read More »
I recently bought a Giant Defy Advanced 1, which comes equipped with Giant's tubeless ready, disc brake wheels.
I am currently running Hutchinson 700x25 tubeless tires on it.
I would like to pick up another wheelset so I can put tubeless 30 or 32 cyclocross tires on it (both for my winter co ... Read More »
It seems like some are having luck w/ these tubeless. I am planning on mounting them on Stans 340 rims and/or Velocity A23s and using sealant. Any been there done that real world experience out there?
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I have a pair of Tubeless Ready American Classic Hurricanes (18.1mm internal width) that I'm setting up for cyclocross. Can anyone recommend tires?
I'm looking at the Vittoria Cross XL Pro TNT (33mm) and the Kenda Kommando Pro and Pro X (35mm and 33mm, respectively).
Has anyone used these for ... Read More »
I need a good all purpose tire for my SSCX. I am not a UCI racer, so I don't mind running a non legal tire.
Currently running small block 8s at 32 and want a bigger tire with more grip. Rims are Stans Iron CrossRead More »