|What you need. All told a kit will set you back about $80 bucks.|
|First things first. Get the tire off the rim and kiss your tube goodbye!|
|Get everything soapy and wet. This helps everything slide into place and makes bubbles at problem spots.|
|Same goes for your rim liner strip.|
|Have tons of fun trying to get the nice tight liner strip (which is soapy and slippery) over the rim (which is soapy and slippery)!|
|Soap up the bead of the tire.|
|Once you've got the tire back on the rim remove the valve core with your special little tool.|
|Check, valve stem removed.|
|Screw on the injector.|
|Fill'er up with Stan's No Tube solution and pump it into the tube.|
|My first tire went great....this one leaked because I didn't have the bead set quite perfectly. No big deal though.|
I don't know why I didn't take pictures of the inflation and sealing. I guess I didn't have enough hands at that point.
Overall, the whole process, while a bit messy isn't too bad. These tires were definitely not new and had plenty of holes and gashes and the Stans handled them all after a bit.
**Follow up** First ride report....
Wifey and I rode downtown to try to hit Under the Rose Brewing, but they were closed (even though they said they were open). Along theway down 4th St. I hit something big. Well, big enough that I had a puddle of Stans and lost tire pressure down to about 10 psi. I wasn't that amused that it wasn't sealing. However, after walking the bike for a block or two, it seemed to have sealed up. I road it over to Old Bridge Pub and then the 3 miles home with out further issue. And this morning I pumped it up and rode to work without problem. So....so far it's looking like Stans definitely keeps you going without much work!