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Stans kit for 27.5" wheels

Do Stans have a tubeless kit yet for 27.5" wheels?
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The All Mountain 29er kit is fine to run on most 27.5" wheels.
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I bought a set of lovely wheels stans flow rims on Hope hubs... there is a kit for close to £20 two bottles of sealant valves and rim tape or there is Stans no tubes kit around the £50 mark.... what do I need to go tubless? Which kit??
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The Hope Hoops kit should be all you'll need to convert your wheels to run tubeless. You can opt for alternate aftermarket kits if you wish, but this kit covers the rim well and comes recommended.
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Easton Haven - Going tubeless

Just bought a pair of easton haven wheels, what do I need to go tubeless?
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The 'Standard' Stans NoTubes kit would be perfect for converting both wheels, but is currently out of stock.

However the parts can be purchased separately and are listed below. Only the rim tape and the sealant would be required; plus a tubeless valve per wheel.
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WTB ST rims valve

I have a pair of 27.5 WTB ST rims and I would like to go tubeless.

WTB TCS valves have bad reviews ( and expensive), do you recommend other valves ?
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A good alternative would be the following:
Stans No Tubes Universal 35mm Valve Stem Pair MTB 2014
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