- Long shot: Anyone put an On*One Smorgasbord tyre on a Blur 4X rear?
or anyone put a Chunky Monkey in a Revelation?
just realised how weird that sounds out of context..
higgo, i’ve heard the Smorg is tall and fairly narrow (for a Maxxis 2.25). dunno, just ordered one.. geeky specs are here:Posted 5 years agodoom_mountainSubscriber
I’ve got a Chunky Monkey / Rev combo, still a fair bit of mud room.Posted 5 years ago
It’s on an Arch EX rim so blows up BIG, really grippy tyre, dead impressed considering the price.
Smorgasbord on the back, doesn’t seem massively different in shape as the High Roller ir replaced.
Both are coping well with the compacted snow / sheet ice lurking around here….
Hmmm….. tall could be a bit of a problem with the B4X rear end but, thinking about it a bit more, my HT is currently on a winter rear tyre with nothing to go back on in spring as we head for 6months of dusty, hot summer here on the Western fringe of the Dark Peak.
So, I buy the Smorgasbord and, if it doesn’t fit the B4X it goes in the shed to go on the HT in a few months. No risk.Posted 5 years ago
using the very scientific “finger between tyre and frame” method, i’d say it’s about same size (highest and widest) as Advantage 2.25. but more rounded?
grips better though, but about half a pound heavier (? haven’t weighed) so it should. nice, i’ll probably set this up tubeless and run it ’till summer then maybe back to the advantage. or not, Advantages aren’t very good are they why did i buy so many?
thanks doom might try a Monkey on front too 🙂Posted 5 years ago
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