Steel LT hardtails with loads of mud clearance . . ?

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  • Steel LT hardtails with loads of mud clearance . . ?
  • I’ve seen the Ragley’s, anything else out there that has stacks of mud clearance?

    Yetiman
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    My Ragley Blue Pig X has loads of clearance and my previous Dialled Prince Albert was pretty good too. I ran large volume 2.3 and 2.4 tyres on that with no clearance issues.

    Arcticdan
    Member

    I run a 2.5 Minion in the back of my Bfe all year round in the Epping Forest mudfest, never had any issues…..

    Premier Icon proutster
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    Although DMR have recently stopped making them, the Ex[alt] can take up to a 2.5″ rear (and some users say a 2.7″ Maxxis will fit).

    I’ve got a Dual-ply High Roller 2.35″ on mine and there’s absolutely loads of room.

    surly pugsley?

    cr500dom
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    Have had a 2.4″ Conti Rubber Queen in the back of my 16″ Blue pig with loads of room to spare and they come up huge, a mate had it on a 456 briefly but it rubbed the seat stay bridge…
    I had a Norco Torrent that would happily take a 2.7″ dual ply Gazzalodi 😯 and I suspect the Ragley would too ?
    IIRC Brant ran his with a 24×3″ Gazzalodi for a while

    WackoAK
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    I run 2.5 minions on the back of my Summer Season with no issues at all.

    mboy
    Member

    BFe definitely has loads of clearance, had a 2.35 Bonty ACX (bigger than a 2.5″ Maxxis!!!) on the back of mine with mud clearance, rode it right through winter like that too.

    Only sold the frame cos it was too much bike for me really.

    Premier Icon djflexure
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    Sovereign – massive clearance

    Premier Icon thisisnotaspoon
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    My 456 takes a 2.5″ maxxis and a pretty bent rear wheel without any complaints.

    Actualy, if you’re after an 18″ I’m selling it.

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