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    Not sure if this is the right forum to ask but here goes.

    I've got a 2015 Spec Stumpjumper Comp. I'm wondering what are the largest width tires I can fit on it? If I change the wheels to a wider rim could I fit a 3 inch wide 29er?

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    Post Pictures of your 29er-20170208_171708.jpg2012 Cobia

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    2017 Rockhopper Comp 2x9

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    2017 Rockhopper Comp Upgrades

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    First 29er...Niner RKT 9 RDO.


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    My Trek Marlin 7 (2017) - Shimano Saint Pedals
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    First time tasting dirt...



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    is that alum bike frame or carbon frame?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnliu.lc View Post
    is that alum bike frame or carbon frame?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADKMTNBIKER View Post
    Not sure if this is the right forum to ask but here goes.

    I've got a 2015 Spec Stumpjumper Comp. I'm wondering what are the largest width tires I can fit on it? If I change the wheels to a wider rim could I fit a 3 inch wide 29er?

    I have the Maxxis 2.5 Hookworm on my monocog 29er. It was the biggest tire I could fit on the frame. They worked on the existing rims but had to drill out the valve hole to fit schraeder. I am on the coast and the larger tires are fast and smooth on all the flat surfaces I ride.
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    Both of my 29ers.

    The Rocky is a 2015 vertex 950, only upgrades are a hope pro 4 hub, and a Thomson seatpost with a crank brother's iodine stem. Everything on the bike is XT i-tech. I really need to set this bike up tubeless this year.

    The Giant is a 2012 Anthem x2, with oval black chain ring, sun race cassette, x9 clutch derailleur, slx brakes, hope pro Evo 2 hubs front and back with stand ztr arches setup tubeless with Maxxis iKon tires, crank brother's seatpost with a fizik tundra saddle, salsa flat sweep bars and a FSA afterburner stem. Love the way this bike rides... Hate the way it looks.

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    Are those both XL? The seatpost is waaay up there, could have gone with a bigger size if it's not already largest size available.

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    I see frame problems in your future. Really long seatposts have lots of leverage on seat tubes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zonoskar View Post
    Are those both XL? The seatpost is waaay up there, could have gone with a bigger size if it's not already largest size available.
    Yeap, both frames are XL, the amount of seat tube looks pronounced in the picture... But yeah it's a lot of seat tube. The Giant has a 410mm seat tube with probably 2 - 2-1/2 inches left before minimum insertion point.

    I was messing around with the bikes before I took the picture and realized I had the seatposts up higher then they needed to be.

    I am currently working on getting a bike in XXL (Santa Cruz, Rocky mountain) but budget wise I am trying to wait another year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerteeuwen View Post
    Yeap, both frames are XL, the amount of seat tube looks pronounced in the picture... But yeah it's a lot of seat tube. The Giant has a 410mm seat tube with probably 2 - 2-1/2 inches left before minimum insertion point.

    I was messing around with the bikes before I took the picture and realized I had the seatposts up higher then they needed to be.

    I am currently working on getting a bike in XXL (Santa Cruz, Rocky mountain) but budget wise I am trying to wait another year.

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