- Purgatory Grid or Purgatory Control
I have a purgatory grid on the rear, and a butcher control on the front. The bead is significantly stiffer on the purgatory which should give you some help if you’re running it tubeless, the sidewalls are supposed to be stiffer to protect against cuts too. If I had the choice and wanted to run it on the rear (or just wanted more protection & less hassle) then I’d get the grid. The casing comes at a small weight penalty of course.Posted 3 years agophilwarren11Member
Ripped 3 sidewalls on a purgatory control, I wont touch them again. Plus i’ve tried them tubless and kept burping them as well. Just too lightweight for me.
For 5 quid extra its a no brainer, the weight isnt that far off as well, certainly nothing like a maxxis EXO weight penalty. And it has a beefier sidewall.
I run them with the butcher conrol up front.Posted 3 years ago
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