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I took my bike for a nice snowy ride in Post Canyon before having dinner with the family, and later in the evening stripped off the Rampage and Stout, tubes, and Gorilla tape, and fit the Flows up with some new Stan's yellow tape and removable-core valve stems (from mikesee) and Ardent 2.4s (LBS). The beads set easily with a little soapy water and my floor pump, and I squirted 50-60ml of Stan's sealant through the valves. Now that the sealant has set up overnight, I'm debating how much more Stan's and/or tubeless Slime to add.

I love my bike. What was under the tree for yours?
 

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We're on the same page. Set-up my Industry Nine / ZTR arch hoop weelset with Wolverines to tubeless last night.

The best presents I gave to my bike were the ones to my wife that open the door for me to buy more toys. For her: new bike socks times 3, lock-on grips to match her c'dale rise, a QR seatpost binder, Kreig saddlebag in cow, pearlizumi insulated knickers, pearlizumi long sleeve jersey in black, and lastly, for her birthday on Tuesday - a Garmin 705.
 

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Well I got a new frame to work on for a while with some brooks grips and my gf (who bought me a boone cog/chainring last year) gave me a dt swiss xmc 80 for my jabberwocky... needless to say it was a good Christmas.
 

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not for my bike however i am getting a jabberwocky frame and fork, to replace the old GT peace!
It was supposed to be for xmas, but I got a jabber/odis about a month ago. Just so I had something under the tree, and because this is my first foray into tubeless, I got this ...
http://www.sks-germany.com/sks.php?l=en&a=product&i=2000
 

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For my 29er which is on order, I got it a saddle, grips with colored, engraved lock on's and a bottle cage. For me, new gloves, socks and a new thermal beanie. Now if I can find time to ride....
 

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TruVativ Noir carbon crankset, XTR cassette, Sram X.0 derailluer & a lightweight KMC chain:thumbsup:
 

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For the Vassago I got a set of Stan's No Tubes ZTR Archs and Hope Pro 2 hubs. Going later to get spokes and to order blue DT Swiss nipples. Also got a set of Mountain King 2.2 tires and a bunch of cycling clothes.
 

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For my Dos Niner, I gave her a new Salsa ProMoto low rise carbon bar and a pair of the black Pepper Jack grips. I was thinking of a late Christmas gift like that cool carbon TruVativ crankset like GT554 has...
 

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Bunyan - that's a pretty nice trainer! FYI - when I use mine (in the garage) on my roadie, there is a very fine black powder that ends up behind the roller - presumably rubber. Just thought I'd let you know so the wife doesn't get all P'O'ed when you screw up the living room carpet :)

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My 29er didn't get anything - but the pilot got some Atomic Orange Oakley Jawbones w/ Persimmon lenses so he can see uber-well on the trail and look good to boot. My fourth pair of Oakely's, but first solely purchased for riding. NO mistaking that they are orange!

 

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I have a pair of Half Jackets with persimmon prescription lenses. They're bright enough that I can wear them driving at night.
 
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