Stans NoTubes ZTR Arch Wheelset

DESCRIPTION

  • Sealed cartridge bearings throughout and a 3 pawl
  • Quick release skewers
  • Stainless steel cartridge bearings
  • Spin very free

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 17, 2012]
Ascary
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Light, tubeless, ease of setting up.

Weakness:

Spoke Strength

I got the newer arch EX wheelset, it rolls fast and feels stable and strong. Rated at 230lbs, I weigh 200 - 205 and managed to snap a spoke at the hub while riding on road. Has a great freewheel sound...very crisp, but after the spoke got fixed the rear wheel has been creaking nonstop. Rather disappointed. Tires go on easily with no tools. Seals quickly and bead really holds on even at lower pressures. Wheels feel lighter than actual weight, and spin very freely!

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Dt Swiss 1800

[Sep 21, 2012]
jrogs

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Very good price, quality tubeless,strong, light, don't leak.

Weakness:

Could have better looking stickers

For the price these rims are really durable I am super happy with them. They are light with the rotational weight.

[Jan 17, 2012]
Straz85
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

First, I'd like to point out, these are no longer $445 MSRP, they have gone up to $535. They are on par with a much more expensive wheelset though. They weighed in at 1600g on my scale (without skewers), very well built and plenty stiff for me (175lbs without gear) and strong. I ride in the northeast where there's rocks and roots everywhere and these wheels have handled the terrain without a problem. I also love that you can convert the 3.30 hub between 9mm, 15mm and 20mm. I have a fork with a 9mm dropout right now, but plan on getting a 15mm in the near future and this gives me the options to switch without buying a new wheelsset.

Weakness:

Not the prettiest wheels in the world.

For the price, I think these wheels are unbeatable.

Similar Products Used:

Bontrager Duster, Mavic Crossride

[Jul 08, 2011]
crazyjeys
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

great set of rims. strong and light. tubeless compatible. easy to bed in tires.

Weakness:

would be better if it was a tad wider. but you can always get the flows.

great set of rim. strong and light. got the flows for my AM bike but i like the archs for my trail bike. you'll never go wrong with the notubes products.

Similar Products Used:

mavic 819, stans flow

[Mar 31, 2011]
Ed
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

No flats!! After years of battling flats, I now have been nearly flat free for a year.
Strong rims - I'm 220 lb and ride fairly technical trails and only had to true the rims once.
Much lighter than running with tubes.

Weakness:

The hub froze once, but Stans took care of it

These are the best upgrade I ever made to my bike. These rims take a beating and the weight difference makes such a difference in my riding.

Similar Products Used:

Ryno Lite rims converted to Stans. That didn't work for me

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