It didn't look like the OP had asked about tubeless set-up.salimoneus said:serious i wasn't joking, you want a tighter fit, go with the 24". most people run 20" tube strips for 26" wheels. the rubber stretches no problem. if it's too loose you will likely have issues.
How would one go about doing this? Any one have a link to a video or instructions on how this is done?salimoneus said:use 24" tubes to make strips for 650b :thumbsup:
LOL!...yeah, it's a mess to remove. Funny thing, though...I've got one of the first wheels I ever applied that tape to back before we even had Stan's strips, and it's still solid in its integrity. Amazing stuff...must have the half-life of nuclear waste.:lol:A. Nony Moose said:I agree with TNC about the reinforced packing tape... ever since Stans used to include it with their kits..
the only issue there is it can be a beotch to remove in one piece without leaving a buncha sticky strands on the rim..
but it performs better than any Velox strip i've ever had (those tend to absorb water and they're needlessly thick)
Here's one from of Go-Ride.comthehogsters said:How would one go about doing this? Any one have a link to a video or instructions on how this is done?
Im doing a 650b wheel with the sun rim & neo moto and think this would work well?
Yep my bad, I misread the post :madman:reformed roadie said:It didn't look like the OP had asked about tubeless set-up.
If he's interested in going that route, I concur with the 24" split tube...though for a P35, I think a wide stan's strip might be good too.
For rim strips, a roll of Velox should do it.
I use a 26" tube.
1 - it works.
2 - I have a 26" rear wheel, so I only need to keep one size.
3 - Any bike shops has them.