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Stan's NoTubes Tubeless Valve Stem - Pair

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    • One Color, 44mm
      $16.00
    4.5534

    34 Reviews

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    Seal the deal.

    Although tubeless set-ups remove tubes entirely from the equation, you'll still need valve stems to seal the rim/tire interface from losing air, as well as provide a method for tire inflation and sealant injection. That's where Stan's NoTubes Tubeless Valve Stem Pair comes into play. These 44-millimeter valve stems feature a removable valve core for injecting sealant into your tubeless set-up without dealing with the hassle of breaking your tire's bead. You'll find they work equally well with UST, Road Tubeless, and standard tube-type rims, thanks to their universal shape and rubber cone along the end opposite of the valve.

    • Tubeless 44-millimeter valve stems (pair included)
    • Removable valve core for sealant inject
    • Seals UST, Road Tubeless, and standard tube-type rims
    • Item #SNT0007

    Tech Specs

    Compatibility
    UST, Road Tubeless, and standard tube-type rims
    Recommended Use
    cycling

    Tech Specs

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    The best there is

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are by far the best tubeless stems out there. The conical shape and threads all the way down to the base of the stem even let you use these on single wall rims.

    Removable core stems

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I installed these so I wont have to keep breaking the bead on my tires to add sealant. They were easy to install and don't leak. What else could I want?

    Easy to use

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Easy to use. They do what they're supposed to do.
    Stan's is a solid brand and make long lasting stuff.
    Don't forget your sealant when you're setting up your wheels.

    No brainer for easy tubeless conversion

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you have a set of tubeless compatible wheels but haven't made the jump into a full tubeless set up, definitely go with Stan's tubeless valve stems. They are easy to install and last for most of forever. They are also affordable enough that its worth keeping a second set in your work bench at home.

    easy breezy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    they are super easy to use and work with about anything. long life span but I always keep an extra set around so I never have to worry.

    Works great!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used these to set up my Surly Rabbit Hole rims tubeless with Maxxis Chronicles. Both the tires and the rim are not technically tubeless compatible. Converted the rim with a layer of Gorilla tape. These work great even without a tubeless compatible rim if you are trying to do a ghetto conversion.

    Go to!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are my go to valves for tubeless. Easy to install, seal up well, long enough at 44mm, and the valves are removable for added sealant if an injector is used.

    Still going strong

      These are the tried and true design that mount up to virtually any tubeless rim. They are a bit long for most alloy mountain wheels, but it you have a set of Enve's or Reynolds, the length is appreciated. Removable valve core is key for quick inflation with an air compressor. Brass seems to hold up well to multiple tire tire changes. Lock ring is adequate, but an extra o-ring would be nice to ensure a tight seal. That being said, I have never had problems if the wheel is taped properly.

      It works

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I put these on a pair of decade old rims. I did have an issue getting a good seal on one of them. Considering how beat up those rims are I'm surprised it worked out.

      Spares

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are mega easy to install and they work real great.

      They're one of the items I like to have spares of in my car/at home. Not that I've had issues with the ones I've got on my bike...but for a few bucks and no more than an oz of weight, it's worth the peace of mind having these handy.

      One of the key items for going tubeless.

      What's not to love?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      New wheels are VERY exciting. Don't ruin the moment by forgetting to order your tape, stems, and sealant.

      I've used this particular set of stems for years and they've been solid.

      A Tubeless Essential

        When going tubeless these are the valves to use. They seal up well and the removable core makes adding sealant super easy. A valve stem is a simple thing but there is no reason not to go with the best.