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Stan's NoTubes Iron Cross Comp Disc Wheelset

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Item # SNT002Z

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Muddy courses await.

Whether your jaunt for the day involves slinging through a muddy cyclocross course or heading out on a wandering gravel century, the Stan's NoTubes Iron Cross Comp Disc Wheelset will get you through it all with industry-leading tubeless design. This wheelset punches well above its wallet-friendly price tag as a race-ready, bombproof set of hoops that rolls fast and will weather the bumps and bruises of a hard-fought adventure.

The Iron Cross Comps utilize Stan's trademark Bead Socket Technology (BST), which features low profile sidewalls that provide a better seat for the tire bead and allow for a heap of benefits compared to standard rims with higher sidewalls. When setup as tubeless, BST provides an exceptional seal while allowing the tire to hold a greater volume of air than standard rims that place the bead 2-4mm below the edge. This interface lets the tire maintain its full shape for a wider, more stable rolling platform than if the same tire were mounted on a standard rim.

Pairing BST with the ability to run up to 30% lower air pressure than on a standard clincher wheel results in more stability, better handling, solid cornering, and better overall control. These rims are also compatible with standard tubes, and the lower sidewall drastically reduces pinch flat risk by reducing the amount of material present for the tube to pinch against. This means less time running to the pit with a flat and more time battling for position out on the course.

Stan's laces the Iron Cross Comp rims to its new Neo hub set featuring smooth-spinning, oversized chrome bearings that glide on a stiff, strong, swaged axle. The Neo holds the bearings at a wider stance for a claimed threefold increase in strength compared to standard hub designs. Though its ten-degree engagement is twice that of the Neo Ultimate hubs on the more expensive Iron Cross Pro model, the standard Neo still boasts four pawls and a forged steel 36t ratchet ring for responsive engagement while punching out of grassy corners or remounting after obstacle-laden run-ups. The Iron Cross Comp also features Sapim Race spokes, which are slightly heavier than the spokes on the Pro and Team Iron Cross wheels but have the added bonus of being less finicky while truing.

The Neo hubs are finished with Stan's new SealLock end caps for easy installation and Slip-Fit axle ends for easy conversion, and the rims come complete with Stan's yellow rim tape and presta valves already installed for tubeless use.

Tech Specs

Rim Material:
Wheel Size:
700 c
Tire Type:
tubeless, clincher
Rim Depth:
17.5 mm
Rim Width:
[internal] 20 mm, [external] 23.2 mm
Brake Compatibility:
6-bolt disc, centerlock disc
Stan's Neo
Front Axle:
Rear Axle:
12 x 142mm thru-axle
Sapim Race Black 2.1/1.8/2.0
Spoke Nipple:
Secure Lock
Spoke Count:
32 / 32
Max Rider Weight:
200 lbs
Wheel Bag Included:
Recommended Use:
cyclocross, gravel
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year



Claimed Weight

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1,681 g

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Spoke length

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I have this set but have broken many spokes.
Do you have the spoke length by chance for these wheels?

Hey Theo,
Which spokes do you need? Front or rear? And for rear, do you need drive side or non?

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Does this wheelset convert to a front thru axle and a rear QR?

Yup. Sure does. I converted both front and rear and raced on them all season. Get the end caps from Stan’s. One thing, a standard QR can overload the bearings and make the wheels spin very slow and risk bearing damage. Only a very modest amount of QR clamp pressure is needed and they spin forever.