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Feb. 17, 2017, 10:36 a.m. -  Tehllama42

#!markdown Agreed, the Husky tires are going to be the ticket for most uses - solid 2.5-2.6″ (actual width on rims) tires are going to be what works. For less aggressive riders who contend with less sharp rock/cacti those can be 875g tires with gobs of traction and usable knobs, and the reinforced casing version in 1kg packaging will just plan rock for all mountain use. I'm spoiled enough I can run semislicks even in our brief bits of snow cover with remarkably minimal downside (although MinionSS's dragging side knobs everywhere seems to be part of that magical equation), and DHR2's are otherwise ideal tires for where I'm at… I too balk at wanting to swap tires, especially since I'm always tinkering around with enough stuff that I don't want to have to re-learn traction limits at lean angles any more than necessary.

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