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    going tubeless

    how would i go about turning my enduro expert into running tubeless and is it worth doing with the stock tires?

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    Are you running the DT-Swiss rims? If you are, you'll need the DT-Swiss / eclipse kit (one per wheel).

    If you're happy with the stock tires, it just depends on how many punctures you've had. The DT-Swiss latex sealed a small hole on my front tire, but failed to seal several larger holes on the rear (and sprayed itself over the patio !!). I had to get a new tire for the rear and some stans. It has worked perfectly since I converted a couple of months ago...

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    ye i have dt rims
    would a stans kit workout?

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    I have recently convierted my DT rims to tubeless using the DT kit. Its more expensive than the Stans kit and was recomended by my LBS for DT rims.

    Since installation I have had no issues using Maxis ignitor LUST tyres.

    Matt

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    Since you are running the DT rims, you have several options. I evaluated those and went with the kit, here is my write-up.

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