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    maxxis crossmark in stock....


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    They also have a few other tires available - Schwalbe, WTB... at full msrp but if you use the 10% or 15% coupons, they'd be reasonable.
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    Are these a royal pain to set up tubeless? Thin flexy sidewalls and all.

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    on my 29er they were a breeze. really dont know what to buy for my nickel build

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    thnx for the heads up. I've been waiting for these.

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    Ditto^^^

    Quote Originally Posted by jetboy23 View Post
    thnx for the heads up. I've been waiting for these.
    Just ordered one. If it works out on my fs and I like it, might be ordering a set for my ht.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    Are these a royal pain to set up tubeless? Thin flexy sidewalls and all.
    quick and easy seat for me on WTB i23 rims....and 500g for the exc's ya cant beat em'

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    Type?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mud&Rox View Post
    quick and easy seat for me on WTB i23 rims....and 500g for the exc's ya cant beat em'
    I take it you got the 120tpi model then?
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    Not the xmarks, but I ordered the Ritchey Shields because the xmarks exc were sold out at BTI. The ritchey's came in at 490 grams for a narrow 2.1, they sealed up great and have great traction. Just a suggestion if you want a lil bit lighter tire than the xmarks.

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    thnx for the heads up. I've been waiting for these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac47 View Post
    I take it you got the 120tpi model then?
    correct....

    Quote Originally Posted by racer1 View Post
    Not the xmarks, but I ordered the Ritchey Shields because the xmarks exc were sold out at BTI. The ritchey's came in at 490 grams for a narrow 2.1, they sealed up great and have great traction. Just a suggestion if you want a lil bit lighter tire than the xmarks.
    love those shields....Ill run then next....

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    Size-wise, how does the Crossmark compare to the 2.1 or 2.3 Neo?

    I have a 2.35 26" crossmark and it is a fairly large volume, probably too big for the frame I have in 650b.

    A size comparison between the 2.1 Neo, Crossmark and Shield would be perfect, but that would be asking a lot...

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    Pretty sure

    Quote Originally Posted by reformed roadie View Post
    Size-wise, how does the Crossmark compare to the 2.1 or 2.3 Neo?

    A size comparison between the 2.1 Neo, Crossmark and Shield would be perfect, but that would be asking a lot...
    They would fall in line as you have mentioned size/fit wise. We'll have to wait for some installed pix of the Shields from racer 1.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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