Non UST Maxxis CrossMark Tire setup as tubeless, Thoughts?- Mtbr.com
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    Non UST Maxxis CrossMark Tire setup as tubeless, Thoughts?

    I want to know if anyone has had any experience running a Non UST Maxxis CrossMark tire on a UST rim, i.e. mavic x819

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    work great with stans sealeant with hardly any air loss.

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    Some have complained about the tire coming off the rim too easily at low air pressures.

    I think it is more a case of rider being a little to agressive with their air pressure rather than a problem with the tire.

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    The std Maxxis tires do quite well with Stan's goop.
    Nothing to see here.

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    i run std crossmark with stans. no issues.

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    I am running the Crossmax non-UST 29er tires with Stans sealant and I have noticed that they do tend to lose pressure quicker than other tires. They have been hard to get seated on the rim when setting them up, even with a compressor. I also had them burp air one ride when I forgot to check the pressure.

    That being said, they have worked great for me except for those small issues.
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    Holy 3.5 year old thread resurrection!

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