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E-Thirteen Tubeless Rim Tape

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Still happy.


Just jumping back in with a long term review. Still very happy with the E13 tape, even after de-beading tyres and refilling sealant etc. One of the issues I'd been having with Stan's was the tape getting pushed over by the bead when the tyre was replaced etc, but the E13, while not in perfect shape, as it was when it first went on, is still doing it's job no problem.

E-Thirteen Tubeless Rim Tape

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I've been a long time Stan's tape user but over the last few years have been having issues with Stan's tape lifting or displacing.

After reading a number of reviews I bought a roll of 28mm E-Thirteen Tubeless Rim Tape for a new set of Stan's Arch MKIII rims I was building. The E-Thirteen tape is 'lighter' than Stan's so E-Thirteen recommend multiple layers be applied, but being a lighter tape it conforms better to the rim profile and the adhesive seems to hold better.

If you're used to Stan's tape, go easy on the tension as you'll easily over stretch the E-Thriteen tape, but once you get the feel it lays into the rim beautifully.

E-Thirteen Tubeless Rim Tape 40mm

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This is an excellent product. I recently went tubeless on a set of Hope 35i rims paired with Maxxis Minions 2.5 on my Trek Remedy 8. The tape sticks nicely and forms perfectly to the rim profile. It took me 20 minutes to do each rim and the tyres inflated first time with a flawless seal.

Another great product from e-thirteen

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Easy to put on and sealed the rim no problems. Used one layer but doubled up either side of the valve hole.

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