Stans No Tubes 473ml Tyre Sealant
Stans No Tubes 473ml Tyre Sealant
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Stops slow leaks and punctures. This Solution converts standard (non tubeless) tyres to tubeless. Also works with any tubeless tyre or tubular tyres.
Top Features of the Stans No Tubes 473ml Tyre Sealant
- 1 pint bottle - seals 8 bicycle tyres
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
When properly used, it will seal up to 1/4 inch punctures. The Solution can be used year round, even in sub freezing temperatures. It will not throw the tyre out of balance like other sealants are known to do.
About the Stans No Tubes brand
Stans No Tubes, the makers of the innovative No Tubes tyre system are known for numerous innovations in the bicycle industry. That includes products such as the Stans No Tubes tubeless system, tubeless rims, tyre sealant, rotors, etc.. The No Tubes tyre sealant can also be used in ATV's, handcarts, trailers, and any tubeless tyres! These No Tubes products are being used worldwide by Racers, Olympians, and recreational riders for their cost and weight saving advantages!
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I didn't have removable valve cores either, so did it the basic way - unseat the tyre slightly to create a well, pour in the required amount (there is a clear measure gauge down the side of the bottle), reseat the tyre (gingerly to keep mess to a minimum) and then pump like fury to get the tyre back up to pressure.
Not as messy as you might think!
Recommend to watch whole movie of installation.
This product is designed to facilitate an airtight seal between the tire & rim to allow you to not use the tube, it serves no purpose if there is a tube in there.
You probably wouldn't even get any benefits if you got a puncture in the inner, as the bead wouldn't seal & the air would slowly leak out anyway, so you'd just end up with a goopy inner tube to replace.
The old stuff tends to set (as it should) and won't be very effective at moving around to find the small gaps to seal them. There's a possibility that the older gunk could inhibit this, but you could probably get away with it.
I've managed to add sealant to my tires a few times (without removing them fully), and not clean off the old stuff, so it's by no means essential, just best practice.
Or which is the right kit for a 700x23c Hutchinson Fusion2 Tubeless Tyre fit?
Would be more concerned over the pressure you would be running 700x23 tyres for the suitability of this though as it recomends not exceeding 40 PSI
But dont have a compressor, finding it very difficult to set & seal a 2.25 Nobby Nic tyre. So used Co2, worked a treat, now reading how it sets the liquid converting it to a solid ball, is this true?
Let some pressure out and stans liquid seeped from the rim?
When I used the Co2 the value was at the top & the liquid at the bottom.
My advice is leave them as they are, and when the sealant stops working, then redo with Stans, but visit a friendly garage with free air. For garage air you may need a tiny valve adapter that costs about £1.50 from wiggle if you have presta valves.
"We do not recommend that you use general-purpose alkaline puncture repair agents, as they may cause the rims to corrode and allow air leaks to occur."
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