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Stan's Notubes Tubeless System

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The No Tubes Tubless System Tire Sealant will convert your standard tube/tire to a tubeless tire! Consult www.Notubes.com to see which tires are suggested for use with the system and advice on your specific rim.

  • All Mountain 29" fits most rim widths of 36-39mm
  • Cross Country 29" fits most rim widths of 21.5-25mm
  • Downhill 26" fits most rim widths of 36-39mm
  • Enduro 26" fits most rim widths of 25-28mm
  • Freeride 26" fits most rim widths of 27-34mm
  • Standard 26" fits most rim widths of 21-24mm

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Stan's No TubesStan's Notubes Tubeless System
 
4.3

(based on 39 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (23)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install (5)
  • Lightweight (5)
  • Easy to use (4)
  • Puncture resistant (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mountain biking (10)
      • Reviewer Profile:
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      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (14)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Best Thing ever

    I use this on my Diamond back recoil comp. and i am out in turkey and there is alot of things that can cause a flat on these trails. Ever since i put stans...Read complete review

    I use this on my Diamond back recoil comp. and i am out in turkey and there is alot of things that can cause a flat on these trails. Ever since i put stans conversion kit on my bike. i have never had a flat. now i can ride with our BeerBellyBike club and not have to worry about flats anymore. Thanks Stans this a great product and i will recommed it to a friend

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Not the best thing since sliced bread

    I converted my 4 bikes (3mtn and one cx) to Stan's this summer and after 6 months of using it, I have mixed feelings. One the one hand, it does seal small...Read complete review

    I converted my 4 bikes (3mtn and one cx) to Stan's this summer and after 6 months of using it, I have mixed feelings. One the one hand, it does seal small pinhole leaks from thorns well when the sealant is fresh. On the other hand, it's one giant pain in the rear to deal with on the whole. There's a definite learning curve with this stuff that I'm getting pretty sick of. Some tires work well with it, others don't. It's always a gamble as to what will seal up and what won't. Mounting tires can be easy or a real pain and forget doing a quick tire swap because nothing's easy whe it comes to S(a)tan's. I've had minor sidewall abrasions that wouldn't faze a tubed tire not seal up and ended up putting a tube in on the trail which is a slimy mess. I've had the rediculously expensive rim strips fail at the valve several times while trying to air them up on the trail...apparently you're not supposed to use a micor pump with these so you better carry co2. In the dry climate that I live in (Colorado) the sealant dries out in about a month and needs to be refilled so you're always buying sealant. Yes, you will avoid pinch flats and can run lower pressures ( a little) but go too low and the tires can 'burp' which is when the bead unseats and lets all the air out. I've had this stuff fail on me in races which is really frustrating. I'm kind of torn when it comes to Stan's...I don't really know that it's better than tubes. If you live in an area with lots of thorns (like I do) then it may be worth it. You can run lower pressures for increased traction and a smoother ride (love it on the cx bike) but it's really high maintenance and when it fails on the trail, you're putting a tube in anyway. I keep swearing that I'm going back to tubes but I haven't because I think that the advantages barely outweigh the disadvantages. This is a good idea but it's not the be-all, end-all of anything. One thing that I'd like to try and what may end up being the best compromise is to run tubes with Stan's sealant inside.

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    3.0

    OK

    By dustyoffski

    from Doha, Qatar

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Sealant
    • Strips With Valve

    Cons

    • Tape

    Best Uses

      Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

      As one would expect the sealant and strips with valves do their job. The tape was quite ineffective. Used a heavier and wider gorilla tape to stop leaks. Also bought the injector syringe, but it was pretty much useless. The scoop is fine - and easier.

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      5.0

      Save money and get the performance

      By MTB Crackfox

      from Cumming, GA

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to install
      • Easy to use
      • Great Quality

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

          Tubeless is what most of the avid riders and competition riders are going too. But, not everyone has the money to drop a large sum of cash on tubeless ready rims. So, you can buy the conversion kit from Stan's and transform your tried and true rims tubeless in about 30 minutes total. The install is simple with great instructions. The kit comes with enough sealant to keep you running for quite awhile. I recommend buying the Injector to go along with it, but it's not "required". It just makes it cleaner and easier for refills and the initial install. Honestly couldn't be happier with the Sealant. Plus, after riding on it for over a month now I have had less flats, as a matter of fact, none, so far. I threw out all my scabs for my tubes because apparently I don't need those any more

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          5.0

          Easy to Install

          By Greg the Surfer

          from San Diego, CA

          About Me Casual/ Recreational

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Quick Conversion

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            I didn't have tubeless rims but wanted to run tubeless tires. This was the best way to make it happen for me.

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            5.0

            Not going back to tubes.

            By DEE

            from Cerritos, CA

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Stays True

            Cons

            • Can Be Messy Initially

            Best Uses

            • Extreme Sports
            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            This is my second purchase and converted three bikes..XC,AM and DJ. I was a little frustrated initially and felt it was quite messy. Apparently some few tires out are can NOT be converted. Once I understood the basic..it was quite easy.
            Tip: Buy tubeless-ready tires and save the headache, most folding tire will work as well. Jensonusa has the lowest price...trust me I'm a bargain hunter for the last 10 years or so.

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            4.0

            HIGHLY recommended, but a couple caveats

            By Biker Adam

            from Murrieta, CA

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to install
            • Reusable

            Cons

            • See Comments

            Best Uses

            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            I regualrly ride in areas plagued by goathead thorns. Conventional tubes with sealants work OK, but inevitably fail. If that happens out on the trail, good luck patching the leaks. So I would usually bring TWO slimed tubes as spares. But changing a slimed tube that has bled to death in a tire is a messy proposition.

            The thing I couldn't wrap my mind around with tubeless tires is what to do *when* (not *if*) they go flat out on the trail. Trying to install a spare tube in a tubeless tire that's probably bristling with thorns seemed like an unlikely workaround.

            Then a friend and tubeless convert enlightened me. The reason a tubeless tire eventually goes flat is because it has run out of sealant. Assuming the tire isn't completely worn out, all you need to do is add more sealant. You don't need a spare tube - you need a small bottle of sealant. If your tire goes flat, simply unhook a small portion of one bead, pour a couple of ounces of sealant, rehook the bead, and pump the tire back up.

            That convinced me, and I bought my first Stan's Notubes conversion kit along with a pair of UST tires. The system workes very well with a couple of caveats:

            1) The tires need to be compatible with the sealant, which smells like it contains ammonia. I discovered that Kenda Nevegal UST tires were NOT compatible with the sealant, and eventually blistered and completely failed rather spectacularly on the roof rack of my car at the end of a ride. I switched to Panaracer Fire XC Pro UST, and have never had a problem with the sealant breaking the tire down. I have run four pair completely bald on two different bikes. I heard Kenda was going to offer tires that were compatible with the sealant, so I may revisit them since I really like the Nevegal pattern.

            2) If you use a Silka brand brass air chuck to inflate your tires, realize it can put a lot of stress on the valve stem when you remove it. I pulled a valve stem right out of a Stan's Notubes rim strip when I removed the chuck after inflating a tire. On a related note, make sure you follow the installation structions and round the edge of the valve stem hole in the rim.

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            4.0

            Won't go back to tubes

            By Michael

            from Athens, GA

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Better Handling
            • Lightweight

            Cons

            • Expensive
            • Tricky Installation

            Best Uses

            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            I used the cross country conversion kit on the Bontrager 29" rims on my Trek X-caliber. Used it to seal two Kenda Nevegal (not tubeless) tires. It does take some work to get everything set up, but the "stanned" tires and rims have performed flawlessly. I've pulled multiple thorns out of each tire and have notcied negligible loss in pressure over the past two months. Flats casued by thorns was my main reason for wanting to switch from tubes. It does seem quite expensive for what you get "in the box", but I am completely satisfied with my tubeless conversion.

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            4.0

            Messy but it's great pass that point.

            By DEE

            from Cerritos, CA

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Pros

            • Lightweight

            Cons

            • Needs Truing

            Best Uses

            • Commuting/City
            • Extreme Sports
            • Mountain Biking
            • Road Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            Messy on the initial setup..so much messy white stain all over the garage. Wife walks in and says "You're having a lot of fun with your bike tonight". With messy hands and knees on the floor, I said "Yes..yes I am". Inner tubes that came with the package did not work on any of the tires. Out of frustration, I converted to "Ghetto" and it was all good after that. The whole process of trial & errors..took nearly 3 hours. This will not work with any bike tires. You'll have better chance with a "Ghetto" conversion and using Stan's sealant.

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            5.0

            Works Good

            By None

            from Rialto CA

            About Me Casual/ Recreational

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Works Just Like They Say

            Cons

            • None

            Best Uses

            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            Had about 20 Big thorns in each tire and they did not go flat, product works just as advertised.

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            3.0

            Got the DH kit, DO NOT GET THE DH KIT

            By GoingOffRoading

            from Chico, Ca

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Puncture Resistant

            Cons

            • Pain To Install

            Best Uses

            • Dh
            • Mountain Biking

            Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

            I bought the DH kit to convert the rims on my DH bike to tubeless. The rubber was too wide and even though I followed the instructions to the T, I ended up not being able to get the beat of the tires to seat. IF YOU GET THIS KIT, GET THE WIDTH ONE SIZE DOWN FROM WHAT YOU NEED. This will save you headaches.

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            5.0

            A must for your MTB

            By Chris

            from APO AE

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Puncture Resistant

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • BMX
              • Casual Riding
              • Mountain Biking
              • Racing
              • Road Biking
              • Upgrade

              Comments about Stan's No Tubes Stan's Notubes Tubeless System:

              Stans is a must if you ride anywhere. Lighter than a tube, and thorns were a fear from the past. The kit pays for itself with the lack of tubes and patches normally bought every few rides.

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