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3wheels
post Feb 3 2015, 11:25 AM
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Hi - really stupid question but I've failed to find out the answer. If I have "tubeless compatible" rims -
DT Swiss M 1800, 32 hole, 15mm front hub, 142x12mm rear hub; tubeless compatible

Do I just need a valve or a full tubeless kit - e.g. rim tape?

I've also got a set of Superstar Sentinel Tubeless ready Trail Rims

Very confused as my impression is most of the kits and the guides to going tubeless are starting with standard rims - but could be wrong.
Please point me in the right direction smile.gif



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covecrazee
post Feb 24 2015, 04:58 PM
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QUOTE(3wheels @ Feb 3 2015, 11:25 AM) *
Hi - really stupid question but I've failed to find out the answer. If I have "tubeless compatible" rims -
DT Swiss M 1800, 32 hole, 15mm front hub, 142x12mm rear hub; tubeless compatible

Do I just need a valve or a full tubeless kit - e.g. rim tape?

I've also got a set of Superstar Sentinel Tubeless ready Trail Rims

Very confused as my impression is most of the kits and the guides to going tubeless are starting with standard rims - but could be wrong.
Please point me in the right direction smile.gif


I had the Stans ZTR Crest rims and used the rim tape supplied with them.
It's best to use these things if they are supplied,as it won't do any harm.
The Superstar Sentinel rims are nice BTW. agree.gif


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