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    24" STans kit?

    I was looking at the stans sights (I have em in my v10) and I saw that they said you could use Stans in 24" wheels...but they didn't elaborate on it or anything. ANybody know how this works? I have a 26"24" setup on the Pitbull and wat to go tbless...let me know if anyone has done this before.
    Dude. Seriously. I'm freakin out man.

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    Don't know much about stans tubless kits but....

    I converted a set of Ryno lite rims and standard Maxxis tires to tubeless using stan's sealant, but found a more cost effective way to seal the rims than using the strip kit...I am sure it would work with your 24" set up... Go to home depot and buy 2 rolls of plummers tape ( it is a soft sticky rubber stuff) and a role of electric tape. the Plummers tape will completely seal the rim air and water tight, and the electric tape will lock it in place. Then, take some presta valves from some old tubes and lock them to your rim with the valve nut and tape them in with the electric tape. It really doesn't weigh much, and I have yet to have a rim leak. The stans sealant will seal a standard tire up really well too. Good luck.
    Yes, I want some cheezy poofs...!

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