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Stan's NoTubes Flow EX3 Rim

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If you are looking for the ultimate Enduro or DH rim, or something that can handle the extra weight of an eBike the Flow EX3 is the perfect option for you. Made to be the most durable and reliable tubeless rim on the market, it's capable of handling faster speeds and the demanding terrain of race day. With it's Tiebeam triple cavity design and 6069 aluminium construction, it's able to withstand some serious punishment.

Who's this item for: Designed with Enduro and DH racing in mind, but really, it's great for anyone after a bombproof tubeless rim. Perfect for use on eBikes where you need that added durability.

Tubeless: Yes, they have BST technology which matches the profile of your tyre bead to lock them in place. You will need to purchase tape and tubeless valves separately though.

Weight: The 27.5" weighs 580gm, the 29" weighs 618gm.

Rim Dimensions: They are great for running tyre widths between 2.35" to 2.8" wide. 
  • Internal Width: 29mm
  • External Width: 32.6mm
  • ERD: 27.5": 564mm 29": 602mm.
Materials: Made from extra durable 6069 aluminium.

What's in the box:
  • 1 x Stans NoTubes Flow EX3 Rim
Pros: It's super durable and has been designed, tested and proven on the World Cup Enduro and DH circuit.

Cons: It might be a bit heavy for XC or Trail work. Does not include tubeless valves.

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