how hard can it be? i mean really? everyone has been running tubeless for years and it’s really nothing special. actually not running tubeless is probably special these days.

to run a tubeless setup one needs a really good valve stem. again, not a big deal there are so many out there.

the trick is to find a pair that seals well enough and does not create a slow leak.

i’ve used some of these before and most of them work pretty well. i was running the american classic stems on the old syntace wheelset and they worked really well.

and then there are the enve rims. they are so deep most valve stems don’t even reach all the way through and the bed has a deep channel that makes sealing quite difficult.

these e*thirteen valve stems are the best i found. they work very well and seal good too.