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    ^ Those all look amazing!

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    Is the black floater the same tire as the coloured ones? Black seems to be 10 dollars more than the coloured?

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    The coloured ones are on sale at the moment, black isn't.

    Are the coloured ones wire bead? They seem heavier than the black ones at 1670gm.

    I was about to pull the trigger on some green ones but I'm not willing to cop a ~500gm increase in rotational weight.

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    Has anyone weighed them? On One site says they weigh 1670g.
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    Colored On One Floaters

    I did not weigh them but they were folded in the box so I don't think they are wire bead.


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    Hm. If they're kevlar bead and 120tpi then I can only assume the rubber compound is heavier or there's more of it. I've emailed On One to see what they say.

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    On-One site lists the weight of the coloured tires as 1670 but they don't tell us what the black tire weighs? Some info on the web suggests a weight of around 1450 for the black ones but On-One tells me there is no difference between them? That's why I'm asking as something doesn't make sense and On-One was of no help answering my questions. Does anyone have any information on shipping times to BC Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    didn't work
    Hmmm...

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    Fat Bike.com has listed 1481g, 1510g but I just weighed 1 of my black Floaters at 1385g.
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    You rock, thanks Duggus!!
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    Black it is. Anyone know timelines to BC?

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    Colored On One Floaters-image.jpg

    mine were 1670g ish

    this is them mounted
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    Re: Colored On One Floaters



    It'll be a few days before I get a pair mounted. They aren't light, but the casings feel very supple.

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    I'd like to see them make a set of bright blue tires. Bright Red might be cool too.

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    Just put mine on my not so accurate fish scale, 1675g.

    Will try the better scale at the shop later in the week, small price to pay for such a novel product IMO. This is going to be my training bike so they will only make me stronger. Sidewalls look beefy and compound seems good and tacky.
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    Yeah this thread is full of win. They all look awesome! I love the pumpkin Pugs!!!!

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    Every time I see a new post to this thread I hope to see another bike with funky colored tires. Need more pics.
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    This thread reminds me of the trendy (back then) fluoro tops in the eighties. Abhorrent at first, but strangely starting to attract me for some twisted reason.
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    I don't know how I feel about these yet...but I'm afraid of change sometimes.

    A bit off topic, but I'm surprised more companies don't make gum-wall tires. I absolutely love that look.
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    Pumpkin Pugs on a detour home from work today

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    Re: Colored On One Floaters







    Bike isn't finished yet, but I got these bad boys mounted up. Letting them stretch out at 30psi. They are on the big side for a 4" tire, they look about as big as BFL on Rolling Darryls.

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    Wow! I knew that the white ones would look awesome on a black Pugs!!! Nice!!!

    Coastkid71, I think that one horse thought your orange Floaters were gigantic carrots!!!
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    Wanna see red or blue gumwall tyres next!,

    Any pics of Floaters on 100mm rims anyone?,

    Pair of white would look good on my Moonie!
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    My wife, boss of all things colour wise, says it has to be the green ones for my Moonie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Wow! I knew that the white ones would look awesome on a black Pugs!!! Nice!!!

    Coastkid71, I think that one horse thought your orange Floaters were gigantic carrots!!!


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