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Fill your tires with a couple ounces of this stuff, and you'll be running tubeless in no time at all- just make sure you've got your rims taped!

Less weight, less flats, why would you not want to convert?!

The first couple times of using Stan's, be prepared to get a bit nasty; after that, it's all smooth sailing. Word of advice, spring for the syringe & core remover, as it makes filling/refilling waaaaaaaay easier and cleaner than the pour cup method.


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5 5

If you're having probs trying to get the pin you just took out of your chain back into the chain, stop right there! Instead, use these break-away pins for eeeease of installation! The push through bit holds your chain together for you... a few turns with the chain tool, a snap with a pair of pliers, you're good to go!

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4 5

I wish these came in the old 3 or even 5 piece packs. Ahh well, 2 is fine I suppose. These work great, until you've got that one pin that doesn't want to move. Bend and snap, it's time to replace. If you use your Shimano/Sram "connector" pin when putting a chain back together, you'll cut down on your CT pin snappage.

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I've got a couple of these with me in my pack at all times when I am out mountain biking. I've got a 9spd and a 10spd just in case we've got a chain casualty. Nothing beats fixin' a chain on the fly. Now that those 1x11 setups are becoming all the rage, I might as well grab one of those too.

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