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    Schrader tube into Mavic UST rim?

    I just got a set of Mavic Crosstrail Disc wheels set up tubeless, last month. I have been caring a spare tube just in case the sealant fails. My spare tube is a schrader and not presta.

    Does anyone know if this will fit in my rim? Or should I just get some presta tubes? I am not in the mood to deflate the tire and remove the UST valve

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    No, you need a presta tube

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    Quote Originally Posted by allroy71 View Post
    I just got a set of Mavic Crosstrail Disc wheels set up tubeless, last month. I have been caring a spare tube just in case the sealant fails. My spare tube is a schrader and not presta.

    Does anyone know if this will fit in my rim? Or should I just get some presta tubes? I am not in the mood to deflate the tire and remove the UST valve
    You need presta tubes
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    Thanks. Now, I hope that I can exchange the tubes I got, new in box!!

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