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Old 01-30-05, 08:30 AM   #1
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Stans tubeless kit

In my other thread about 50 dollars stands no tube was suggested, i have always run clinchers and i doubt i will ever buy a true UST wheelset, but i am willing to consider these tubeless kits. I have some questions before anything
The kit, is that good for both wheels?
If something goes wrong i can run a tube right?
How long does it take for the initial setup, it seems like a sort of messy job.
I use various tire sizes for what the situation calls for, this ranges from 1.4 to 2.1 will this still work?
I know you can use a non tubeless tire so thats all set
And finally, i understand you cant use a mini pump but what about a floor pump for at home?
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