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Old 07-24-09, 03:21 PM   #1
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what kind of slim can I use with Continental Mountain King UST?

what kind of slim can I use with Continental Mountain King UST?


I emailed the above question to Continental tech support department. Below is what they replied

I would run Stan's No-Tubes. Continental has excellent results with this product and there are no warranty stipulations with its use.

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If you're on a tubeless rim, why use any...unless you have lots of thorns.
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If you're on a tubeless rim, why use any...unless you have lots of thorns.
UST is tubeless.

I have never seen a tubless hold air for any long peoord of time with out some Stans/slim type product
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Some people run the UST tires with rim conversion kits (which don't always seal as well), hence my question.

If they aren't holding air, they're not being set up properly.
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