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Stan's NoTubes Iron Cross Team Wheelset - Discontinued Decal

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5 5

Great wheels

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are great wheels, especially when set up tubeless. I weigh 155 lbs and have no issues with durability if these wheels. I've set up with Kendra Slant Six Pro tubeless tires and the combination is awesome. They wheels are super light and weigh as advertised. I'm able to run very low pressures and have no had any burping.

These will.be used to race cyclocross and they are a huge improvement over the stock wheels on my bike.

These wheels are light, fast and run great set up tubeless.

I was at first concerned about the max psi of 45 but after spending some riding trails and CX I can't ever see running higher than the max recommended psi.

If your looking do tubeless for CX j highly recommend these wheels. They are the exact same wheel as the "new version". I'm not sure the decal actually changed from year to year when I compare these to the pictures on Stan's website.

Great wheels

Hi! I'm 6'2", a solid 180. I see the max weight of (surprisingly) 185. I don't waver from 180, up or down really. Am i playing with fire if i get these, being only 5 lbs less than max? or is that really conservative? I would be racing on these.

ALSO - i know it's an ongoing point of contention, whether tubeless is really ready for prime time with 'cross (vs. tubulars) - but if anyone is going to make a good state of the art rim for tubeless 'cross, you'd think it would be Stans! What's the verdict - do ppl like these, is there less of the dreaded burp with these?

thanks!

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I think you might be pushing it. If you go down to the Comp version, they have 32 spokes vs the team 24/28 count,and have a 195lbs limit. I had the teams myself, but I am only 165, and they seemed a bit weak for me. Then again, I ride crazy at times. The weight difference between the comp vs team is like 90 grams.

On another note, I ended up opting for the Alpha 400's, cuz they have a 250lbs weight limit; but like I said, I ride craaaaazy. I've still yet to bend or ding them.

Do these come with the 15mm front adapters?

If not are they compatible with these?
Stan's NoTubes 15mm Conversion For ZTR/3.30/3.30Ti Front Hub

http://www.competitivecyclist.com/stans-notubes-15mm-conversion-for-ztr-3.30-3.30ti-front-hub?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6c3RhbidzIDE1bW06MToxOnN0YW4ncyAxNW1t&skidn=SNT0025-ONECOL-S15MMCON

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Hi John,
I guess you could but this wheel set is for a cyclocross bike not a mountain bike.
If we can help you further please let us know.
Thanks

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Have you seen how many Cross bikes are now coming with 15mm Through Axles? I have confirmed that these will work!!

4 5

Not too shab

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When the time came to get some wheels for my new cross build, it came down between Stan's and Velocity's. I was edged over to Stan's because they were a bit easier on the wallet at the time. Weight of both pairs were just shy of each other.

Initial setup wasn't too bad. In all, it was about 20 minutes of cursing profusely(this is my first time going tubeless, I am totally late to the party) and getting the white Stan's all over my hands. After 2 failed attempts, I got it on. Whew! The second wheel went on in a flash.

Riding on the Team's had me a bit sketched. On roads and dirt roads, no prob. They are awesome. However, once I hit the trail with them, they are somewhat more fragile than I anticipated. They have a 185 limit and I only weigh about 165ish. I tend to ride it like I stole it and of course, they are a bit weak for me. Ack!
Before giving them anymore abuse, I promptly trued them up and set them up on my wife's bike. She's a happy camper and so am I... I ended up getting a pair of the Alpha 400's since they have a 250lbs weight limit.

5 5

Great upgrade from stock disc wheels

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought 2 sets of these wheels: Team for racing, and Comp for training and playing on singletrack and gravel. They replaced the stock Alex Black Dragon wheels on my cross bike. These Stans are a full 2 lbs lighter than the stock wheels which makes an unbelievable difference even with large cross tires (I have one set with Clement PDX for CX racing running tubeless and 41c Surly Knards with tubes for fun on singletrack and gravel).

I couldn't be happier. I was able to buy two sets of these very good wheels for the price of one excellent set of custom wheels. For me, the ability to have 2 sets of wheels running tubeless with vastly different tires is a better solution considering that the weakest link in the chain is the motor.

If I were to buy one set it would be the Team version which is a great combination of strong and light.