Possibly. However some further personal thoughts on the matter . I haven't converted my AT(AS) to tubeless (just a matter of time) I have done numerous "ghetto" tubeless conversion on Mountain bike rims. Later ones I've just used Gorilla tape over the spoke bed and Stans tubeless sealer to cater for punctures and tyre bead rim fit tolerances when 1st inflating. When I've come to refresh these a year or so later (as the sealer forms lumps and dries out) I've found that its started to affect the tapes glue on the edges where it got under the tape edge and reduced /removed the stickiness in that area. Over time this may encroach into the nipple area and cause a leak. On an Outex/3M type conversion the nipple heads are further sealed but the thought is there that any fluids in the sealer could impair the nipple sealing over time. I have heard some sealer fluids are corrosive to alloys so that is also a consideration.Thanks for this thorough explanation, what comes to my mind then, is making the tubeless conversion with the Outex kit and put slime in the TL tire, then it should be
as safe as one can get no !?
How much risk aversion do you feel is required .