Fat bike wheel set-SOLD

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tonyride

Don't piss off the red guy
I have for sale a set (F&R) of 26" fat bike tires/wheels. Yeah, they look a bit dirty and muddy but they are, after all, for mountain biking. I only have about 200 miles on them and they're in great, if not perfect, condition. The tires are VeeTire SnowShoe 72 TPI 4.50" and they're tubeless ready but the set is running tubes. The wheels are Weinmann HL80 rims mounted on 150/190 (197) Thru axle Novatech hubs. The rear fits a 10-speed cassette and both hubs are set for 6-hole rotors. Although the tires are tubeless ready the rims are not. Thru axle skewers are not included. $200 cash firm for the set.
 

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qclabrat

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have you had luck running tubeless on the HL80s? I'm having flats every other ride but hear they dont work well because of the rim depth
 

Matt_

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@qclabrat the only ghetto method that had any success was to tape on a layer of foam and go split tube on top. I think I heard that fattystripper works well too, but that was relatively new and my buddy sold his bike with the HL80s so my research ended.
 

tonyride

Don't piss off the red guy
have you had luck running tubeless on the HL80s? I'm having flats every other ride but hear they dont work well because of the rim depth
No, I didn't convert it to tubeless nor have I even tried. I know people have successfully done the conversion but I went the easier (though more expensive) route and bought a set of tubeless ready wheel set.
 
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