Arrow Racing Flow UST Tubeless Tire

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Product Description

This non-directional tubeless tread allows for versatility when the need arises. Perfect for the rider who wants a tread that grips the surface without the worry of flats from road debris.

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Will UST work "well" with Stan's Flow?

I called schwalbe and was asking them about their UST Nobby Nic, and the salesguy on the phone was adamant about running a true UST bead/tire on stans rims and highler recommended to not do it. He said something about the bead has a different shape and wouldn't stay on the rim (which has a differn ... Read More »

Stans Flow + Maxxis Minion UST?

When using the Stans Flow rim tubeless, is there any benefit to running a 2.5 Minion UST, rather than the regular 2.5 Dual Ply Minion? My understanding is that the Minion UST is almost the same as the regular Dual Ply, minus the Butyl insert (and with more air-tightness of course)? Is the bead diff ... Read More »

rubber queen 2.2 UST on flow

Anyone rides this combo? Tried the non UST version but couldn't seal.Read More »

2.2 UST Trail Kings on Flow Rims

anyone mounted up the new black chili 2.2 continental trail king / rubber queen UST to some Stan's flow rims? if so how did they mount up? how do they ride? any issues? it seem the 2.2 non-ust have had some issues mounting tubeless.... thats why i'm wondering. thanksRead More »

ZTR Flow rims + sealant + Big Betty. UST or regular tire?

Hi all, Going to tubeless this year after too many pinch flats. I was going to run UST Nevgals on my Flow rims but read that they tend to delaminate fron the inside out when using Stan's sealant. The Schwalbe Big Betty's seem like a good alternative for our terrain, but the UST version is listed ... Read More »

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