Bicycle Mechanics - Stans No tube Flat Tires
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05-31-09, 10:40 AM
Over the winter my tires have gone flat. I've got Bontrager tubless tires with Stans valve stems.
I've got a tire pump, but my valves don'tt seem to fit. How do I inflate my tires?
05-31-09, 10:42 AM
05-31-09, 10:49 AM
Lower Air Pressure, Better Traction and Ride
Stan's Tire and Rim Sealant will usually last from three weeks up to three months. At that time you simply add more. (Time will vary due to different tire characteristics). It leaves no mess in your tire.
Stan's Tire and Rim Sealant can also be used in tubeless tires for puncture resistance and STOPS leaks.
Once you seal your tires they will not lose air pressure.
What happens if I get a flat on the Trail? -- Do like most riders, and bum a tube from one of your pals because they always carry one. Heck, use their pump too!! Stan's Tire & Rim Sealant does not use any glue, so you can change a flat the same way you do now.
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