Seen a few vids on youtube and it looks like they are running the crest with just the yellow stans rim tape not the black one with the valve in.
stans crest with yellow tape & valve installed & you're ready to go tubeless. depending on how & where you ride (I know your riding skill level
) will help determine what tyres you want to use. something like a schwalbe hans dampf is considerably tougher/ harder to rip, but also exceptionally easy to inflate, even with a decent hand pump. schwalbe rocket ron at the other extreme will be a little harder to inflate/ seal on the rim & nowhere near as tough.
generally the "UST" tyres are a lot heavier, but exceptionally easy to inflate. the "tubeless ready" tyres are a lot lighter, but can be harder to inflate.
I can't say enough good things about the Hans Dampf tyres. I love mine; easy to set up tubeless, seem to grip most stuff pretty well, big volume (which could be a negative) and reasonably light (well compared to single ply Maxxis High Rollers they are).
Depending on what tyres you run now, you may find them a bit draggy. I used to run a Super Tacky High Roller on Minion in the front and a 60a on the rear and reckon that the Trailstar front/Pacestar rear Hans Dampf's roll ever so slightly quicker.
I've battered mine through some fairly big rocks around Sheffield and Hebden and they've been fine, even at really low pressures.
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