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    29er Tire Weight Database

    I'm restarting a thread so the important part (spreadsheet link) isn't buried in the middle of the thread.
    Sticky?
    As long as y'all keep posting actual weights and tire model (all info), I'll keep the spreadsheet up to date.
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    Thank you, I just ordered 1 Racing Ralph 2.4. I post the weight when it arrives.

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    Hi,

    I just measured the followings:
    Specialized Fast Trak Control 2Biss 2.2 610, 610
    Specialized Ground Control 2Bliss 2.1 680, 690
    Specialized The Captain Control 2Bliss 2.0 670, 705

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    Here are my most recent tires-

    2012 (new design) Specialized S-Works Fast Trak 2Bliss 2.2 563g
    Specialized S-Works Ground Control 2Bliss 2.1 596g
    Specialized S-Works Renegade 2Bliss 1.9 471g, 466g

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    2012 Racing Ralph Racing Ralph 29 x 2.25 PaceStar, TL Ready 651.94g

    Advertised weight is 605 : /

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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    2012 Racing Ralph Racing Ralph 29 x 2.25 PaceStar, TL Ready 651.94g

    Advertised weight is 605 : /
    that is terrible

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Choro View Post
    that is terrible
    Yeah ahhh that's like 9% variance... gumble grumble grumble


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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    Yeah ahhh that's like 9% variance
    but only 5g over average... if that helps.



    i know... it doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    but only 5g over average... if that helps.



    i know... it doesn't.
    MF.. I don't always agree with you, but I do appreciate you doing this, as I have used the charts in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rydbyk View Post
    MF.. I don't always agree with you, but I do appreciate you doing this, as I have used the charts in the past.
    thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by pvd
    Time to stop believing the hype and start doing some science.
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    2 maxxis ikon exo 29x2.2 592 grams & 583 grams
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydbyk View Post
    MF.. I don't always agree with you, but I do appreciate you doing this, as I have used the charts in the past.
    +1! Thanks for putting it together meltingfeather.

    I thought of snipping all the little remnants off the RaRa to see if I could even come close to 605 but decided eating slightly less pizza and drinking a few drops less beer would be a more efficient means of achieving the same net result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    +1! Thanks for putting it together meltingfeather.

    I thought of snipping all the little remnants off the RaRa to see if I could even come close to 605 but decided eating slightly less pizza and drinking a few drops less beer would be a more efficient means of achieving the same net result.
    but...but...your belly isn't rotating weight unless you get tossed through the air in a strarfish-like manner...

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    2012 Schwalbe Nobby Nic pacestar evo snakeskin 2.25: 695 & 698 g. Advertised weight: 690g. Pretty close IMO.

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    Stan's Raven 458gms
    Maxxis CrossMarks 612gms

    Thanks for setting this up!

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    My 2 Racing Ralph SS 2.25 were 648/658
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    2 2011 Racing Ralph Snake Skin 2.25 - 630 and 660
    2 2010 Continental Mountain Kings 2.2 - 630 and 630
    2 2010 Bontrager ACX Jones 2.2- 640 and 600
    2 2010 Specialized Captain Control (not 2bliss)- 670 and 640
    1 Maxxis Aspen 2.1- 540

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    Schwalbe Nobby Nic SS 29x2.25 697gr (650 advertised)
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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    2012 Racing Ralph Racing Ralph 29 x 2.25 PaceStar, TL Ready 651.94g

    Advertised weight is 605 : /
    Sure that's a 2012 model? I just got 2 and they are at appx 550g-560g, advertised weight is 535g on the package. My 2011 models were at around 640g though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bquinn View Post
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic SS 29x2.25 697gr (650 advertised)
    what year NN are you talking about here? The 2012 weight is 690g

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    Stans Raven 2.0 and 2.2

    480g and 511g

    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    I'm restarting a thread so the important part (spreadsheet link) isn't buried in the middle of the thread.
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    2012 Racing Ralph 29 x 2.25 TLR Evo Pacestar (HS425) 532 grams (535 claimed).
    Took several days before the pin holes and the joints in the sidewalls sealed up. Had to use a bit of extra sealant so I guess that negated the low weight.

    2012 Rocket Ron 29 x 2.25 TLR Evo Pacestar (HS406) 541 grams (520 claimed).
    Sealed right up with no issues.

    Wierd, Ron weighs more than Ralph?

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    2012 Racing Ralph 29x2.25 TLR EVO Pacestar 531g
    2012 Rocket Ron 29x2.25 TLR EVO Pacestar 517g
    2012 Furious Fred 29x2.00 TLR EVO Pacestar 361g

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    Continental X-King 29x2.4s

    Tire 1: 796g
    Tire 2: 837g

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    Two Conti X-King 29x2.4 folding: 749g & 787g (760g advertized)
    Two Schwalbe Nobby Nic 29x2.34 Evo TLR SS Pacestar: 756g & 760g ( 725g advertized)
    Two Specialized The Captain S-Works 29x2.2 2bliss: 696g & 703g (685g advertized)

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    Specialized Renegade Control 2bliss 29x1.8 : 454g (470g advertised)
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    I'm still hoping that someone soon will post up some real world experience and weights on the Maxxis Max lites (sp?). These would be some crazy race day only tires, I think.
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    Two SCHWALBE Racing Ralph, 29x2.25 EVO TL Ready 576g, 622g

    Anyone could give me the tire width of:
    Rocket Ron 2,25 29
    Furious Fred 2.0 29

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    Here is also a huge Database (26" and 29"):

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    Panaracer Soar

    panaracer soar 29X2.0 574 grms
    with the plastic label tag and the zip tie. The net weight should be around 564???
    I will weigh it again tonight.
    Last edited by trisuns; 08-04-2012 at 09:00 AM.

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    2 Geax AKA 29x2.2 TNT 691 grams and 690 grams

    2 Maxxis Ikon Exo 29x2.2 585 grams and 607 grams

    Thanks again meltingfeather for putting this together. This has been my go to tire weight resource!!
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    Maxxis Ikon 29r 2.20, EXC, 3C, EXO 120tpi

    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    I'm restarting a thread so the important part (spreadsheet link) isn't buried in the middle of the thread.
    Sticky?
    As long as y'all keep posting actual weights and tire model (all info), I'll keep the spreadsheet up to date.
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    Maxxis web site says 590gr. I ordered two and they weighed 632 and 643 on a very reliable/accurate kitchen scale.

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    Schwab racing Ralph Evo 630 g

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    Specialized Purgatory Control. 29 x 2.3. 770 grams.

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    Two maxxis ikons 2.2, exo, 3c, etc 565g and 580g.

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    Scwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25 Pacestar Snakeskin 707g None at None in Cascais, Portugal - photo by Gg53 - Pinkbike
    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 Trailstar Snakeskin 895g http://gp1.pinkbike.org/p4pb9027827/p4pb9027827.jpg

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    Ottoturbo, How does that Furious Fred perform?

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    Hey meltingfeather, do you still add stuff to the spreadsheet?

    Michelin wild rac'r 29x2.25 --767grams
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    Hey meltingfeather, do you still add stuff to the spreadsheet?

    Michelin wild rac'r 29x2.25 --767grams
    Sure do

    I just do a few at a time instead of every time I get an email.
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    Specialized butcher control 2.3 x 29 ,805g

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    Geax Mezcal 29x2.10 (folding)- 537 & 540g

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    2 Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 EVO Non-Snakeskin 522g and 543g

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    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 29x2.35" Evolution Snakeskin Trailstar TL 882g
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2.25" Evolution TL 538g
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2.25" Evolution Snakeskin TL 603g
    Schwalbe Rocket Ron 29x2.25" Evolution TL 516g

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    schwalbe racing ralph 29 2.4 TL 626 g
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    Maxxis Ardent 29/2.4 790g-sample 2 tires, Spec. Ground Control 29/2.3 Control version 680g- sample 2 tires, Spec. Purgatory 29/2.3 790g, Spec. Butcher 29/2.3 860g

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    is this thread still alive? two maxxis ignitor EXO 2.1's. One @ 608 and the other @ 593.

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    Geax Gato TNT 29x2.3 928g

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    Quote Originally Posted by hala514 View Post
    is this thread still alive? two maxxis ignitor EXO 2.1's. One @ 608 and the other @ 593.
    Not sure, but

    Specialized The Captain S-Works 2Bliss 2.0 is advertised as 595g
    and the 2.2 is advertised as 665g
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisc View Post
    Not sure, but
    yes it is. thanks for the contribution.
    i do batch updates (just did one this morning).
    Quote Originally Posted by pvd
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    Maxxis Ardent 2.4 29" 856g measured on an oxo food scale

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    Forgot to post here:

    Maxxis Ikon 29 x 2.35 EXO - 684g

    Measured with a calibrated scale at work.

    Much lower than the advertised 760g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    I'm still hoping that someone soon will post up some real world experience and weights on the Maxxis Max lites (sp?). These would be some crazy race day only tires, I think.
    Way past due for an answer, but since this thread popped up - I'll write what I wrote about them back in April 2011 after testing and riding them 7 months.

    They are super light!!!!

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/5523815977/" title="JET is ready to roll... by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5091/5523815977_5f0ef92767.jpg" width="500" height="307" alt="JET is ready to roll..."></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/5240673912/" title="2.0 by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5284/5240673912_d577d14e09.jpg" width="333" height="500" alt="2.0"></a>

    They are 29 x 2" and should be considered very light weight XC race only tires. Faster and lighter than the NoTubes Crow 2.0's and the Schwalbe Furious Freds. Weights for my 2 are in the 325-335g range (Maxxlite 29"er version). And they work perfectly set up tubeless on Stan's rims. Nice tight bead for easy airing up, no sidewall sealant seepage and are not squirmy with tubeless pressures.

    One of the benefits that I and many others have found when running the larger wheels off road is that for Midwest riding, lots of knobs and lots of large knobs are not needed. The pilot has to be good and in control, but that's a given for XC racing. Certainly a semi-slick run in the rear with perhaps a tire with a bit more volume and bite up front is a common combination. Crow 2.0 rear, Raven 2.2 up front is sweet and fast. XR 1.8 rear, XR 2.25 up front is another sweetie I like. IKON up front, Aspen or Raven in the rear is also high on my favorite list. I now add these Maxxlites to my growing list of XC tires.

    There is enough knob there to give you bite. Off camber will keep you on your toes and the smaller volume doesn't provide as much tire suspension as many would like, but for an XC race - speed rules.

    I removed them from my bike and they went on my wife's Air 9 for 2 full seasons and I took them off at the end of this past summer to hook her up with Maxxis Beavers for fall/winter mud and leaf conditions. Needless to say, in spite of my original thought of them being "race day only" - they were rolling on dirt, gravel, pavement pretty much non-stop from October 2010 to September 2013. Sidewalls were starting to show small crack marks and fatigue from 3 years - so they are shot, but 3 years is 3 years!

    I ran them for the 2012 70 mile Gent's Gravel Race on my Dos Niner. Tires were perfect size for the type of gravel we hit that day (lots of fresh and loose).

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/6908875632/" title="Dos Niner post race by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7191/6908875632_6a208562e0.jpg" width="500" height="345" alt="Dos Niner post race"></a>

    Tardy reply, but at least if anyone every accesses this thread there is an answer to your question.

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    Weights all over the place - but this tire RAILS the turns!!!

    Add Ritchey WCS Shield 29x2.10 tubeless: 1) 584g 2) 599g 3) 567g 4) 573g. Average weight of all four, is 580g. Width is 53.34mm, exactly @ 2.10. Tire tread is nearly identical to Continental Race King 29x2.2, but about 75-90g lighter and seals up fast tubeless, without any sign of sealant weeping. Tires roll very quick like Schwalbe Racing Ralph and Ikon of same dimensions. Cornering and climbing grip hooks up extremely well, run at 29psi on dry hardpack trails with rocks.

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    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 29x2.35" Evolution Snakeskin Trailstar TL @ 869g

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    Conti X King Protection with Black Chili 2.4 (720g) 2.2 (660g). Heavier than my Snakeskin Ralphs and Rons, but much better sidewall. Similar weight to my Nics 2.25, but roll much faster. The 2.4's grew out to about 2.3 and the 2.2's are barely 2.1. Typical Conti.
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    Two Schwalbe Furious Freds Evolution 29x2.0 355g & 357g respectively.

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    Bontrager xr3 expert 2.3 750 gr. Stock tires on my fuel .

    Continental Rubber Queen 2.2 RaceSport Black Chilly Compound 662 gr.

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    Dammit BB!! I had the chance to purchase some of these tires at the Iceman Race (expo) this past Nov. A shop was selling at $30/35 each. I thought they were too cheap to be believed - as you put it, there weren't (m)any quality replies/reviews/experiences with these tires - so I passed on it. Regrets now...

    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown View Post
    Way past due for an answer, but since this thread popped up - I'll write what I wrote about them back in April 2011 after testing and riding them 7 months.

    They are super light!!!!

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/5523815977/" title="JET is ready to roll... by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5091/5523815977_5f0ef92767.jpg" width="500" height="307" alt="JET is ready to roll..."></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/5240673912/" title="2.0 by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5284/5240673912_d577d14e09.jpg" width="333" height="500" alt="2.0"></a>

    They are 29 x 2" and should be considered very light weight XC race only tires. Faster and lighter than the NoTubes Crow 2.0's and the Schwalbe Furious Freds. Weights for my 2 are in the 325-335g range (Maxxlite 29"er version). And they work perfectly set up tubeless on Stan's rims. Nice tight bead for easy airing up, no sidewall sealant seepage and are not squirmy with tubeless pressures.

    One of the benefits that I and many others have found when running the larger wheels off road is that for Midwest riding, lots of knobs and lots of large knobs are not needed. The pilot has to be good and in control, but that's a given for XC racing. Certainly a semi-slick run in the rear with perhaps a tire with a bit more volume and bite up front is a common combination. Crow 2.0 rear, Raven 2.2 up front is sweet and fast. XR 1.8 rear, XR 2.25 up front is another sweetie I like. IKON up front, Aspen or Raven in the rear is also high on my favorite list. I now add these Maxxlites to my growing list of XC tires.

    There is enough knob there to give you bite. Off camber will keep you on your toes and the smaller volume doesn't provide as much tire suspension as many would like, but for an XC race - speed rules.

    I removed them from my bike and they went on my wife's Air 9 for 2 full seasons and I took them off at the end of this past summer to hook her up with Maxxis Beavers for fall/winter mud and leaf conditions. Needless to say, in spite of my original thought of them being "race day only" - they were rolling on dirt, gravel, pavement pretty much non-stop from October 2010 to September 2013. Sidewalls were starting to show small crack marks and fatigue from 3 years - so they are shot, but 3 years is 3 years!

    I ran them for the 2012 70 mile Gent's Gravel Race on my Dos Niner. Tires were perfect size for the type of gravel we hit that day (lots of fresh and loose).

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/7166535@N05/6908875632/" title="Dos Niner post race by BBcamerata, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7191/6908875632_6a208562e0.jpg" width="500" height="345" alt="Dos Niner post race"></a>

    Tardy reply, but at least if anyone every accesses this thread there is an answer to your question.
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    Here is a pair of Kenda Kozmik Lite II 29x2.0
    Bought these because they looked the best for trails and street - the middle of tire being consistent.

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    Meltingfeather, you're BEHIND the 8-Ball! The database is still unrevised!!!
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    29er Tire Weight Database

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    Meltingfeather, you're BEHIND the 8-Ball! The database is still unrevised!!!
    As I have mentioned repeatedly, I update in batches when it is convenient for me. Thanks for your interest.
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    29er Tire Weight Database

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    Racing Ralph 2.25 Tubeless Ready 564g


    Rocket Ron 2.25 Tubeless Ready 512g


    Race King 2.2 Protection 662g


    Race King 2.2 Protection 659g


    X-King 2.2 Protection 647g


    Mountain King II 2.2 Protection 725g


    Don't know how did someone weighted MKII Protection 630g, that is 95g difference.

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    Racing Ralph 2.25 Pacestar SnakeSkin TL Ready 618g
    Keith Scott: If you want to go mountain biking, then throw a leg over a new Banshee and the bike will do the talking

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    Hi meltingfeathe,

    I just had the same needs and started a mtb tire database. There are more than 800 tires in there already and I will keep adding more and more. Your help and contribution would be much appreciated. The site is Biting Tires - Mountain Bike Tires and it's still in beta. I will push a new version to production early next week with some changes to the mappings of hardness and casing information (e.g. what does 3C Maxx Terra mean, or SuperGravity and all the other marketing language they throw at us). Weight data should be accurate. I got some help from the manufacturers themselves. If you see something which looks off, please let me know. Either on the website or on www.facebook.com/bitingtires. Cheers

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    Hi Ted,

    is it the EXO/TR or EXO version? Maxxis is typically pretty good with weight information, and if they are wrong they are to their advantage as all others too :-).

    HARDNESS
    BRAND MODEL VERSION BEAD WIDTH WEIGHT TPI CENTER SIDE
    MAXXIS Ikon 3C MAXX SPEED Folding 2.35" 660g 120 65a 65a
    MAXXIS Ikon 3C MAXX SPEED/EXO Folding 2.35" 725g 120 65a 65a
    MAXXIS Ikon 3C MAXX SPEED/EXO/TR Folding 2.35" 740g 120 65a 65a
    MAXXIS Ikon 3C MAXX SPEED/TR Folding 2.35" 695g 120 65a 65a

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    WTB Vigilante 29 x 2.3 TCS light casing came in at 836 grams. Says 900 grams on the their website. WTF?? Better to be under than over I guess.

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