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    Whisky Parts Tubeless Rim Strip?

    Has anyone tried it? The description looks good (stretchy yet sticky).
    Would love to hear some real world reviews.
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    I've used it on a good number of wheels and it's pretty much identical to Stan's tape in terms of stretch on application, adhesion, etc... They weren't my wheels so IDK how it holds up, but expect it would be the same as Stan's.

    Personally, I prefer something a little stretchier that's more easily conforms to the rim profile and adheres a bit better. I use Kapton tape for that reason.
    Do the math.

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    I just taped up one of my rims with it in September. I definitely think it stretches a little better than stans tape and definitely was easier to get it to sit flush in the spoke channel. The biggest plus imo was it cuts easier and doesn’t split lengthwise like stans tape tends to do.

    I will definitely buy it again over stans tape.

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