I have a DUC 32 to play with. I have done a bit of snow riding with 2.8" tires and am looking to graduate to snaux riding. The bike will be design to go into high altitude mountains in Washington state (with the dogs...have to get away from the city folks).
I remember reading that the DUC32 does not have quite the clearance of a rigid fork, or even the SC32.
This will be going on a Snaux freeride bike (adjustable 4" to 5.9" travel - a Titus Supermoto FWIW). I will probably use a 2.8" Michelin DH32 in the back, or a dedicated mud/snow tire, if I can find one big enough. (any thoughts)
So, my question is: What is the best rim/tire combination. I presume wider is better, but which rim, and which tire would give best traction in the snow.
Thanks in advance.
PS: I did do a search, but could not find anything directly related in 3 pp, but I know you guys are an bevy of great information)
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