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Going Tubeless

steelosteelo Posts: 541
edited April 2008 in MTB workshop & tech
I'm currently off the bike due to a bit of a coccyx injury (mentioned in another post - so any help/advice would be greatly appreciated!) and i'm going to use the time to get some parts replaced on my bike. I was thinking also of switching to a tubeless tyre set up. I have DT Swiss 4.1D rims and the tyres will be bought fresh ready for the hopefully dry spring and summer soon arriving.

Is there a particular type of tubeless set-up that will fit these specific rims, or will a general all round conversion kit work? Also where do I get the 'stuff' from?

And what are good tubeless/spring/summer tyres? I was thinking Maxxis Ignitor XC's.
Specialized Rockhopper '07
Trek Fuel EX8 '09

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  • dt swiss do their own kits for this particular rim and they are spot on, got mine off CRC also make sure you use UST tyres for best results.
  • The SpidermanThe Spiderman Posts: 5,625
    Take a look at www.justridingalong.co.uk
    They give reccomendations on kit /rim/trye compatability.
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  • bren_gunbren_gun Posts: 21
    Michelin XCR Dry2 Tubeless. Awesome, fast, lightweight tubeless tyre. hey even grip the mud as I discovered at Enduro6 last weekend. Wiggle currently doing 20% off all tyres including these beauts
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