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Wheels & Rims

What makes Stan’s rims special?

What sets Stan’s rims apart is the patented shape. They feature a shallow drop-channel, a smooth transition to a wide, flat bead seat, and a very low sidewall. These features together make up our Bead Socket Technology (BST) profile, which makes Stan’s rims the easiest to set-up, most secure, best performing tubeless rims on the market..

What do I need to run my Stan’s wheels tubeless?

For our mountain bike wheels, you will need one layer of our Yellow Tape (width varies by model), a Universal Valve, and sealant. Our road rims require two layers of tape. All of our in-house built wheels come with tape and valve stems pre-installed.

What tires can I use?

While most mountain bike tires can be used on our rims with proper set-up, we recommend choosing tires labeled "Tubeless Ready" for best results. Some tires are more porous than others and may require more sealant during initial setup.

Road tires, or any tire you intend to inflate over 40psi, must be specifically labeled for tubeless use, as these tires will have beads designed specifically to accommodate the higher loads seen in a high-pressure tubeless application. When in doubt, consult the manufacturer of your tire. Road tires that are labeled “Use only with hook bead rims” should never be used tubeless.

Can I use tubes in my Stan’s wheels?

Yes, absolutely. While we firmly believe that tubeless is the best option for all riding applications, tubes can be used in our wheels.

What is the weight limit on Stan’s wheels?

Our recommended weight limits are determined by the individual components of the wheel build (rim choice, hole count, spoke gauge, lacing pattern) and vary between wheels. Please check the individual wheel page for the weight recommendation for the wheel of your choice. These weight recommendations are guidelines and have some flexibility based upon intended use and rider skill level.

What is the maximum tire pressure I can use?

A tire and rim work together as a system, therefore maximum tire pressure is specific to the rim and tire combination you will be riding. The maximum recommended pressure for common tire sizes for each rim is listed on their respective product pages as well on the rims themselves (if you are unable to locate this information on your rims, please feel free to contact us). Your tire will also have a labeled maximum pressure - consult both the rim and tire for pressure recommendations, being sure to stay under the limits labeled on both. Example: a tire has a maximum labeled pressure of 65psi and the rim has a maximum pressure of 45psi for a tire of that size. The maximum pressure you should run is 45psi.

Why is my cassette digging into my freehub body?

cassette with ridig body carrierFigure 1.Rigid Body Cassette

individual gear cassette Figure 2.Individual Gear Cassette


Stan's freehubs are made lightweight using aluminum like many other brands. We recommend using cassettes with a rigid alloy carrier (XTR, XT, XO, etc. - Figure 1) for the largest sprockets. Cassettes with individual cogs (Figure 2) may mark the alloy freehub, though marks are only cosmetic and will not affect the performance of the hub.

Road Tubeless

What is the benefit of Road tubeless?

Road tubeless offers the same benefits as tubeless mountain bike applications: fewer flats, lower rolling resistance, more comfort, and more traction.

Can I convert any road wheel to tubeless?

It is our experience that most 700c road rims can be converted to tubeless with two layers of Yellow Tape, a Universal Valve, sealant and a Road Tubeless tire. Please check with the manufacturer of your rim for their recommendations on tubeless use prior to any conversion.

What pressure should I run in my tubeless road tires?

Rider weight and terrain will ultimately help you determine your preferred pressure, but a good starting point is 10% lower than you would run with tubes.

Isn’t higher pressure faster?

Yes and no. In a laboratory environment, yes, higher pressure does create lower rolling resistance. However, we do not ride on perfect surfaces, and even the nicest, new pavement is imperfect. These imperfections in the surface exert an opposing force on the tire; a lower pressure tire is able to conform to these imperfections and keep momentum moving forward, and therefore roll faster.

Sealant

Can I use Stan’s Sealant in other brands of tubeless rims?

Yes, our sealant can be used in any tubeless application, including UST. Please follow your rim and tire manufacturer’s guidelines regarding the use of sealant.

How much sealant should I use?

For a XC 29er tire (2.0-2.2”) we recommend 3-4 ounces (89-118ml) of sealant as a starting point. The amount of sealant can be adjusted based on the volume of the tire. More sealant can also be added if a tire is particularly porous and difficult to seal. For road and cyclocross tires, we recommend 2 ounces (60ml).

Can I add sealant to my tubes or tubular tires?

Yes, if the tube or tubular has a removable valve core. If there are two opposing flat surfaces just below the top of the valve, you can use our valve tool to unthread the core and sealant can be installed. We recommend injecting 1-2 ounces (30-60ml) of sealant into tubes or tubular tires. Sealant will not damage tubular tires.

Why is my tire weeping/leaking sealant?

This is the natural process of the sealant evaporating. It is more evident in some tires, but is nothing to be overly concerned about. This “weeping” does not impact the effectiveness of the sealant. The weeping will dissipate as the sealant seals the casing of the tire. More porous tires may require a sealant refresh shortly after the initial setup.

How long will the sealant last in my tire?

The sealant should last an average of 2-6 months depending on factors such as: temperatures and humidity in your area, how often you ride, where you store your bike (cooler is better), tire casing thickness, number of punctures the sealant has already sealed that you never knew you had, etc. A good preventative maintenance schedule for most riders is to check/refresh your sealant quarterly (every three months).

What is the sealant shelf-life?

Stan’s Sealant does not have an expiration date and will last many years in the bottle. Sealant bottles should be kept tightly sealed, and stored in a cool, dry place. Sealing crystals can settle, so be sure to shake the bottle thoroughly before use.

Will Stan’s sealant freeze, at what temperature?

Anti-freeze agents allow the sealant to be used in environments as cold as -20°F (-28.8°C)

Do you add ammonia to your sealant and it is bad for my tire and or rim?

We use natural latex in our sealant and a small amount of ammonia is added to natural liquid latex as a stabilizer when harvested. While there may be a strong smell when initially opening your bottle, this trace amount of ammonia will continue to off-gas over time and the smell will fade. This very small amount in our finished sealant formula will have no damaging effects, even after years of use. Although our Yellow Tape may not be necessary to seal your rim, you may add one layer to protect un-anodized or scratched areas of your rim from oxidation due to moisture in the sealant. Our MSDS can be found on our Tech Docs page.

Will using your sealant void the warranty on my tire?

Stan’s Sealant will not damage your tire, however the use of liquid sealant may void the tire warranty on some models with certain manufacturers. Please consult your tire manufacturer’s warranty guidelines.

What is Race sealant?

Race Sealant is the race-day variation of our popular sealant. While Race Sealant uses the same liquid base as our regular sealant it contains twice the particulate mix as well as a special XL crystal that isn’t used in the standard formulation. These additions allow the sealant to seal larger punctures and keep you racing. As it is made for race-day use it does require more maintenance: Race Sealant should be inspected more often than standard sealant, approximately every 2-3 weeks. It also cannot be injected through the valve; you must break the bead and pour the sealant directly into the tire.

Can I mix Race Sealant with your standard sealant?

Yes, our two sealant formulas can be mixed.

Do I need to clean the sealant out of my tires?

It is always good to wipe excess sealant out of your tires if you plan to use them again. A dry rag is sufficient for cleaning out regular sealant. Race Sealant must be rinsed out of the tire with water after use and then wiped with a rag. If allowed to dry, excess Race Sealant can cause the casing to stiffen, thereby affecting the performance of the tire.

How do I get sealant out of my clothes?

Rinse any spills with cold water right away; do not let the sealant dry. We also recommend pre-treating or washing with a surfactant-based detergent such as Tide as soon as possible. Unfortunately, once your clothing is stained it will most likely not come out.

Tape

What width Yellow Tape should I use?

The widths of Yellow Tape we offer are based on the profiles of our rims and the recommendation for our rims and wheels can be found in the specifications on every product page . If you are using our tape in a different tubeless-ready rim, the tape should go from sidewall to sidewall (ie: not just over the spoke holes). We recommend tape that is 1-2mm wider than the internal width of your rim to account for the drop channel.

Can I convert my non-tubeless mountain bike rim to tubeless with tape and valve only?

No. "Tape and Valve" conversions are only appropriate with rims that are labelled as "Tubeless Ready," "Tubeless Compatible," or similar. The BST (Bead Socket Technology) profile developed by Stan's NoTubes was a departure from traditional bicycle rim design and its core concept is the basis for the vast majority of "tubeless-ready" rims and wheels on the market today. Stan's Yellow Rim Tape is not, by itself, a tubeless conversion for older, traditional, non-"tubeless-ready" rims. These older rims require the use of a Stan’s NoTubes Rim Strip (now discontinued) to re-shape the rim bed to achieve a safe, secure tubeless setup. While we would recommend considering a new tubeless-ready wheelset in place of a rim strip conversion, Stan's Rim Strips and kits may still be available at your local bike shop and can be used to convert vintage bikes with older, non-tubeless-ready rims. Using only Yellow Tape and Stan’s Sealant on a non-tubeless-ready rim can result in not only difficult inflation during set-up, but catastrophic "burping" issues while riding. While Stan's Rim Strips have been discontinued, we continue to provide information and resources to assist in converting non-tubeless-ready wheels.

How do I install the tape?

Tape should be applied smoothly and evenly in the rim bed from sidewall to sidewall, without air bubbles or going up onto the sidewall. View helpful videos.

Why isn't my tape sticking?

Stan’s Yellow Tape uses a natural gum rubber adhesive that, with proper technique, sticks where you want it when you need it yet peels up leaving no residue for easy maintenance. Make sure the rim is very clean before applying. We recommend spraying with isopropyl alcohol and wiping with a clean rag. Pull firmly while applying pressure with your opposite hand to hold the tape in place. Do not attempt to reuse tape once it has been removed from the rim.

How many layers of tape should I use?

That depends on the rim and application. BST wheels are designed for low-pressure use (under 45psi) and require one layer of tape. BSTr wheels are designed to withstand high-pressure use (over 45psi) and require two layers of tape.

Can I patch my tape?

We do not recommend patching or partially repairing your rim tape. If your tape has been damaged, peel off all of the tape and re-tape the rim.

Can’t I just use Gorilla tape?

We do not recommend the use of Gorilla tape or similar tapes in either our rims or those of other manufacturers. These types of tape are too thick to be used with our rims and their porous construction can allow moisture into the rim cavity, resulting in possible nipple corrosion issues. Additionally, they leave a residue mess when removed, making maintenance a chore.

Tubeless Conversions

Can I convert my non-tubeless mountain bike rim to tubeless with tape and valve only or will I need a rim strip?

No. "Tape and Valve" conversions are only appropriate with rims that are labelled as "Tubeless Ready," "Tubeless Compatible," or similar. The BST (Bead Socket Technology) profile developed by Stan's NoTubes was a departure from traditional bicycle rim design and its core concept is the basis for the vast majority of "tubeless-ready" rims and wheels on the market today. Stan's Yellow Tape is not, by itself, a tubeless conversion for older, traditional, non-"tubeless-ready" rims. These older rims require the use of a Stan’s NoTubes Rim Strip (now discontinued) to re-shape the rim bed to achieve a safe, secure tubeless setup This reshaping creates a much more secure BST-like fit between the tire and the rim, allowing for easier inflation/setup and eliminating burping. While Stan's Rim Strips have been discontinued, we continue to provide information and resources to assist in converting non-tubeless-ready wheels.

What is burping?

Burping is the rapid air loss that occurs when the tire bead becomes separated from the rim while riding. Our BST rims are designed to offer a secure fitment between the rim and tire bead, eliminating burping.

How can I easily add sealant to my UST wheelset?

If the valves that came with your wheels feature a removable core, you can add sealant directly through the valve using our sealant injector. Stan’s Universal Valves feature a removable core and will work with your UST rim and allow you to add sealant without breaking the bead. If using Race sealant, you must add sealant to your tire before fully installing it on the rim, as that formula cannot flow through a valve stem due to its high crystal content.

Tires

What tires can I use on my Stan’s rims?

Low-pressure (up to 40psi): One of the biggest benefits of the Stan’s tubeless system is its versatility, and the shape of our BST rims enables the use of just about any tire, be it standard bead, “tubeless-ready”, or UST.

High-Pressure (above 40psi): All tubeless set-ups above 40psi must use a tire specifically labeled for tubeless use. Our BST-R rims are designed to accommodate these tires and pressures.

What size tire can I use on my rim?

Rims and tires work together as a system, and using a tire that is too wide or too narrow for a particular rim can have adverse effects on performance. Our WideRight guidelines give you a range of tire widths for each rim profile, and Stan’s offers a broad range of models to fit a wide range of tire sizes and bike types. These WideRight numbers are not rigid rules; they are the size ranges we design around and what we consider optimal for performance on our rims. Using the guidelines can help you choose what rim may be best for your bike and the way you ride.

Fat Bikes

Can I convert my fat bike to tubeless?

Yes, tubeless is a great option for fat and plus bike riders. We do not offer any conversion products specifically for fat bikes, but Stan’s Sealant and Universal Valves are both compatible with tubeless-ready fat bike rims and tires.

Does Stan’s have fat bike tape or rim strips?

We do not currently offer any fat bike-specific tubeless products or kits.

How much sealant should I use in my fat bike?

We recommend starting with 6-7oz (177-207ml) per tire. More sealant may be required for particularly porous tires. Sealant will have the same life inside your fat bike tire of 2-7 months that it does in standard mountain bike tires.

Wheels

Do you offer wheel builds with other manufacturer's hubs?

No, we only offer our wheels built with Stan’s hubs.

Can I send you hubs for a custom wheel build?

Sorry, we do not accept outside hubs for custom wheel builds.

Can I buy rims, spokes and hubs from Stan’s to assemble myself?

Sorry, we do not sell the individual wheelset components. We only have complete wheels, or rim-only available for purchase.

Do you offer different color decals?

Yes, we do! We offer seven different colors in our custom wheel program. Replacement/aftermarket decals for rims or stock wheels are also available for purchase here.

Do you offer different colored nipples?

Yes. Through our custom wheel program, many wheels can be built with five different nipple color options, as well as black or silver brass nipples.

Where are your wheels built?

Most of our aftermarket wheels are machine laced and hand-finished in our Big Flats, NY facility. Some international distributors utilize our Taiwan based wheel building facility where all wheels are built entirely by hand but follow the same quality control procedures as in NY. Certain distributors also build wheels by hand following a match spec to our other aftermarket offerings.

Why doesn’t my wheel have a Stan’s hub?

Some bicycle manufacturers and retailers prefer to buy our rims and build them with their own choice of hubs and spokes. The rims are no different from what we build with, however our hub parts will not be compatible with these OE hubs.

What does Stan's build tension mean?

Each Stan's wheel is built to a specific tension for the rim used. For each of our rim models we list both a maximum build tension as well as the tensions that we build to in our NY facility to provide the best build and ride quality possible. Please note these tensions are measured without a tire mounted on the rim. As is the case with all wheels, tension will be significantly lower once a tire is installed.

Please see the Wheel Setup Guides for specific build information for your wheels.

3.30 Hubs

Can I put an XD driver on my CX wheels?

If your wheels are built with a 3.30RD hub, they are designed for road gearing options only and are not compatible with an XD driver. We also do not offer an XDR freehub body for 3.30 hubs.

Can I use 11-speed road parts with my mountain wheels?

Standard 3.30 hubs are 8/9/10 speed only and are not compatible with 11-speed road components. Only the 3.30RD hub is compatible with 11-speed road drivetrains. Shimano 11-speed mountain cassettes are designed to fit on a standard 10-speed freehub body (and require the use of a cassette spacer on 11-speed road freehubs).

Can I convert my singlespeed hub to 12x142?

That depends on which hub version you have. If both end caps are press-fit, yes your hub can be converted. If your end caps thread onto the hub, your hub cannot be converted to 12x142.

Can I use my singlespeed hub on my geared bike?

No, the singlespeed hub is only designed for singlespeed use and will not accept a freehub for geared use. If you would like to use your wheels on both geared and singlespeed bikes, we recommend using a standard Shimano freehub body, and a cog spacer kit for singlespeed use.

Can I convert my 3.30 hub to Boost spacing?

No, you cannot convert to Boost spacing. Boost spacing requires a wider hub shell to align the rotor and freehub body; it is not simply an endcap conversion. The 3.30 hub is not available in Boost spacing. Please browse our wheels with Neo hubs for Boost compatibility.

Are 3.30 and Neo hubs part interchangeable?

No, the release of our Neo hub was a complete departure from our 3.30 series and does not share any of the same parts. Only 3.30 replacement parts can be used with our 3.30 hubs.

Do you offer Shimano Micro Spline for 3.30?

No, we do not offer a Micro Spline option for 3.30 hubs, and do not plan to in the future. Please contact us if you would like to have your wheel rebuilt with a new hub, compatible with Micro Spline drivetrains.

Do you Offer XDR for 3.30?

No, we do not offer a XDR option for 3.30 hubs, and do not plan to in the future. Please contact us if you would like to have your wheel rebuilt with a new hub, compatible with XDR drivetrains.

Can I run a 12-speed drivetrain on my 3.30 hub?

Yes, 3.30 hubs are compatible with 12-speed Sram mountain bike cassettes using an XD driver. 3.30 hubs are not compatible with Micro Spline or XDR cassettes.

Neo Hubs

What end caps come with my wheels?

Stock mountain wheels will ship with 15x100mm front and 12x142mm rear end caps installed. Quick release end caps are supplied in the box as well. Boost options do not come with extra end caps. Road and Gravel wheels will ship with 15x100mm front and 12x142mm rear end caps installed as well, however only 12mm front caps will be supplied in the box. QR caps are available for these wheels separately.

Are Neo hubs 11-speed compatible?

Yes, the Neo HG-style freehub is 11-speed compatible, and can be used for all 8, 9, 10 and 11-speed applications. SRAM 11-speed mountain gearing requires the use of an XD driver. The included 1.8mm spacer is always required except when using an 11-speed road cassette.

Are Neo hubs 12-speed compatible?

Yes, we offer XD, XDR, and Micro Spline freehub body options, compatible with your choice of 12-speed drivetrain.

Can I use my singlespeed hub on my geared bike?

No, the singlespeed hub is only designed for singlespeed use and will not accept a freehub for geared use. If you would like to use your wheels on both geared and singlespeed bikes, we recommend using a standard Shimano freehub body and a cog spacer kit for singlespeed use.

Can I convert to Boost spacing?

No, you cannot convert to Boost spacing. Boost spacing requires a wider hub shell to align the rotor and freehub body; it is not simply an end cap conversion. The same applies when attempting to convert from Boost to conventional spacing. Neo hubs are available in Boost spacing for all of our wheel models.

Are Neo and 3.30 hub parts interchangeable?

No, the release of our Neo hub was a complete departure from our 3.30 series and does share any of the same parts. Only Neo replacement parts can be used with our Neo hub.

What is the difference between the Durasync and Speedsync freehubs?

We offer two freehub options, the Duraync is stock on our standard Neo while the Speedsync is offered on the Neo Ultimate. Durasync freehubs are 6-pawl, simultaneous engagement, offering 36 points (10 degrees) of contact while the Speedsync is upgraded with 6-pawl, phased engagement to 72 points (5 degrees) of contact. Both freehubs are compatible with all Neo hubshells.

Why does my Neo Lefty hub have play?

Due to the tight tolerances inherent in the Lefty design, a small number of Lefty hubs can exhibit signs of lateral play at the spindle during setup or after initial use. An additional shim can customize the fit and eliminate play at the hub. Shim installation instructions are available in the Neo and Neo Ultimate Hub Manual.

MK3 Rims/Wheels

What valve does the MK3 use?

All MK3 rims use the 35mm Universal Valve, with the exception of the Grail which uses the 44mm Universal Valve. Can I use the same spokes if I want to rebuild my wheel on a MK3 rim? Check out the Stan’s rim chart to verify that the ERD (Effective Rim Diameter) of your chosen MK3 rim matches that of your existing rim. Rims with ERD’s within +/-1mm can use the same spoke length. One note: we do not recommend reusing spokes in most scenarios, as the previously tensioned and fatigued spokes may compromise the consistency and long-term integrity of the rebuilt wheel.

Do you make MK3 rims in any color other than black?

Unfortunately, our rims are only available in black.

To what max pressure can I inflate my tires on a MK3 rim? Does using a tube make a difference?

Maximum tire pressure for most MK3 wheelsets is 45psi. Recommended max pressures are the same for both tubed and tubeless applications. The Grail and Crest rims are both compatible with higher pressures for use with a wider range of tires. The Grail has a max of 110psi and the Crest has a max of 55 psi. For more specific information on the exact rim you are interested in, maximum recommended pressure for common tire sizes for each rim is listed on their respective product pages as well on the rims themselves (if you are unable to locate this information on your rims, please feel free to contact us).

What size tire fits on my MK3 rim?

Rims and tires work together as a system, and using a tire that is too wide or too narrow for a particular rim can have adverse effects on performance. Our WideRight guidelines give you a range of tire widths for each rim profile, with the MK3 line available in six different models to fit a wide range of tire sizes and bike types. These WideRight numbers are not rigid rules; they are the size ranges we design around and what we consider optimal for performance on our rims. Using the guidelines can help you choose what rim may be best for your bike and the way you ride.

What is the weight limit for MK3 rims?

Our recommended weight limits are determined by the individual components of the wheel build (rim choice, hole count, spoke gauge, lacing pattern) and vary between wheels. Please check the individual wheel page for the weight recommendation for the wheel of your choice. These weight recommendations are guidelines and have some flexibility based upon intended use and rider skill level.

Do you offer different color decals?

Yes, we do! We offer seven different colors on complete wheel builds in our custom wheel program. Replacement/aftermarket decals are also available for purchase here.

S1 Wheels

What are S1 wheels and how do they differ from the Mk3 models?

S1 wheels feature the same WideRight BST profiles as their MK3 counterparts but are extruded from less exotic 6061 aluminum and are sleeved rather than welded. The rims built around the same versatile Neo-series hubs as our MK3 wheels but use a heavier gauge spoke and brass nipples. S1 wheels are on average around 165grams/pr heavier than MK3 wheels.

Why is there no “Add to Cart” button on the S1 product pages?

Unlike our MK3 wheels which are built and shipped from our NY facility, S1 wheels are built to our specifications by a select group of our distributors and available exclusively through your local bicycle retailer.

Can I buy S1 rims by themselves?

No, S1 rims are offered only as part of a complete wheel.

Which S1 wheelset is right for me?

Our WideRight guidelines make it easy to find the perfect rim width for the tire size and volume you ride. The S1 series is available in seven different profiles to fit just about any choice of tire and riding style.

Do you offer different color decals?

No, unfortunately we do not offer aftermarket decals for our S1 rims.

CB7 Wheels

What valve does the CB7 use?

All MK3 rims use the 35mm Universal Valve, with the exception of the Avion which uses the 55mm Universal Valve.

What is the weight limit for CB7 rims?

Our recommended weight limits are determined by the individual components of the wheel build (rim choice, hole count, spoke gauge, lacing pattern) and vary between wheels. Please check the individual wheel page for the weight recommendation for the wheel of your choice. These weight recommendations are guidelines and have some flexibility based upon intended use and rider skill level.

To what max pressure can I inflate my tires on a CB7 rim? Does using a tube make a difference?

Maximum tire pressure for most CB7 wheelsets is 45psi. Recommended max pressures are the same for both tubed and tubeless applications. The Grail and Crest rims are both compatible with higher pressures for use with a wider range of tires. The Grail has a max of 85psi and the Crest has a max of 55 psi.

Which CB7 wheelset is right for me?

Our WideRight guidelines make it easy to find the perfect rim width for the tire size and volume you ride. There are four different CB7 mountain profiles available and two CB7 all-road profiles to fit your choice of tire and riding style.

Do you offer different color decals?

Yes, we do! We offer eight different colors in our custom wheel program. Replacement/aftermarket decals are also available for purchase here.

DART

What makes the DART tool different from other plug kits?

While most plug kits are modified or scaled-down versions of car and motorcycle products, the DART was designed from the ground up as a bicycle-specific tool. Rather than wedging a hard rubber strip into the tire, the DART uses a flexible fabric that conforms to the shape of the puncture. The Darts are also treated with a catalyst that reacts with the sealant to instantly create an airtight seal. This design lets you seal cuts and punctures easily on the tread as well as in the sidewall of the tire, a place where other plugs often fall short.

Can I use the DART with another brand's sealant?

The DART was developed for use with Stan’s Sealant, but will react to some extent with any tubeless sealant that uses latex as a base.

Do I need to trim the DART after the puncture is sealed?

No, the feather material is soft and pliable enough that it does not interfere with the tire and trimming is not necessary.

What is the hole on the base of the DART tool handle?

There is a valve core remover integrated into the DART tool, allowing you to add more sealant without carrying a dedicated valve tool.

Customer Service

How can I return something I bought from you?

Please see our Shipping and Returns information.

How do I become a Stan’s Dealer?

Please see our [email protected].

What is your warranty?

Please see our Warranty Policy.

The wheel I want to order says backordered?

This simply means that the wheel is not currently built and ready to ship, but the components for those wheels are in inventory. Please place your order and your wheels will be built and shipped within 3-10 business days, out of stock items are items that we do not currently have in inventory.

Can I place a backorder for a product you are out of stock?

Stan’s does not take orders for out of stock products. Any item that is out of stock will not be included with the order. If an item is out of stock on the website, you may add your email to the “Notify” box and you will be emailed when the item is available. Every effort will be made to provide inventory status at the time the order is placed.

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