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I am trying to remove my Stan's "The Crow" tires and was wondering what I need to do to take them off my rims:madman: ... I want to replace them w/ Fire XC Pros (w/ tubes).. Any advice would be appreciated..
 

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Let all the air out first that would be a start. After that they should "depop" off the rim then just pull them off like any other tire. I usually leave a bit of goop in unless it is very dirty or is clumpy.

May I ask why you would want to go tubed after riding tubeless? I personally find tubeless the best gift to mtb'ing.
 

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SetteMorph said:
Hi,
I am trying to remove my Stan's "The Crow" tires and was wondering what I need to do to take them off my rims:madman: ... I want to replace them w/ Fire XC Pros (w/ tubes).. Any advice would be appreciated..

Sometimes it helps to push the bead into the groove in the center of the rim, that will create some slack on the opposite side of the wheel. Then it'll be easier to get that side of the tire off.
 
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