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    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29er 2.25 Weights are...

    I just received a pair 29 x 2.25.

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    The box says 580g.

    One was 584g not bad.

    The second was 560g !!!! Yea.

    I just mounted a new set of the Hutchinson Python Air Light K Tubeless and they came in at 645g and 640g. I am going to run these for a while and use the Ralph's to race on starting in March.

    I am going to run the Ralph's tubeless on Crossmax - how has the setup been for people?

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    tubeless was fine on Flows
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    wife was running one tubeless on a Stan's 355 on the front. sidewall gash resulted from overly weak casing...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mechmann_mtb
    wife was running one tubeless on a Stan's 355 on the front. sidewall gash resulted from overly weak casing...
    Ouch! That might have been the 560 gram model!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chpfly
    I just received a pair 29 x 2.25.

    Weights -

    The box says 580g.

    One was 584g not bad.

    The second was 560g !!!! Yea.

    I just mounted a new set of the Hutchinson Python Air Light K Tubeless and they came in at 645g and 640g. I am going to run these for a while and use the Ralph's to race on starting in March.

    I am going to run the Ralph's tubeless on Crossmax - how has the setup been for people?
    My 2.25 was 580g on the nose. I also got a 2.4 which had 680g on the box but was 618g on the scale. Both performed flawlessly at a 4 hour race on the weekend.
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    I have one just like yours

    Quote Originally Posted by mechmann_mtb
    wife was running one tubeless on a Stan's 355 on the front. sidewall gash resulted from overly weak casing...

    I've got a 2.25 RR that looks just like yours! They're wonderful tires in the right environment - one free of sharp rocks.

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    well, thanks but no thanks
    I was considering ordering some in but all we have are rocks and more rocks around here

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