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Learn tubeless tire installation for your bike with Lennard Zinn.
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How to Install a Bicycle Tubeless Tire
So I’m going to show you how to install a standard tire on a standard ream as a tubeless system using stands tubeless system and called notubes.com. The stand system now has a ream strip. It used to be that you smooth off all these holes and you cover them with two layers of fiberglass strapping tape and then you put electrical tape over that and that’s how you seal it. And then you put the tire on. The ream strip is a more sure proof method of sealing the tire. You put that on, then you go ahead, and put the color that on and kind of pull this area down.
Now, this is a critical step with stands to really get some good soapsuds going and to put soapsuds all around the ream and all around the tire. I’m putting the same tire back on and this tire says, “Rotation, direction front, rotation direction rear.” So we’re going to go this way, it’s a rear tire. I’m going to find the label just so I can keep the label near the valve stem. The tire will actually hold some air without a sealant and you can just see if it's just in general it’ll going to work before you even put the sealant in. Look at that, that tire holds there. You could ride that tire for a while, it’ll lose air and then you'll be walking but for a while it would work.
Here’s the stand sealant, there’s instructions on it. Larger tires and downhill tires use two scoops for tires. So we’ll use between one and a half and two scoops. Now, a critical thing with stands is to make sure that when you pour this, that you pour it quickly and turn the container upside down, pour that in, there’s one scoop. And this time, I’m going to pour out half of it and then slash it around and just try and keep all those little bits and solution so that everything is out of my scoop.
You want to have pretty good pressure in here, you don’t want to blow it off the ream but you want a good amount of pressure that make sure that the beads all get seeded. Then take your soap solution again, and you go all over the sides of the tire and you look for leaks. If you saw bubbles coming out here, then what you would do is you let it hold the wheel like that and get the stand solution down in that area so it get it to flow around in there. Then, just keep working the wheel like that and what you would see is that there would be bubbles coming out and then as you worked it and hen just keep moving it around, all those bubbles would stop and this one’s ready to ride.