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    Terrene Johnny 5

    Terrene has a new 5” studded tire. <iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fter renetires%2Fposts%2F1043610675803521&width=500" width="500" height="707" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true" allow="encrypted-media"></iframe>

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    Not sure how to get the link to work, but they have some info on their Facebook page.

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    legit 5 inch tire with stud pockets.... going to need a new bike with a little more clearance.

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    Very excited for these, should work great on my Big Fat Dummy.

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    " Aggressive, 320 studs, a true 125mm (5") width, and of course, tubeless and folding." "~1700g"
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    This looks close to the tire many of us have wanted for several winters - what the Wrathchild should have been, a studded tubeless successor to Bud/Lou. I'd still like a studded 2XL-size tire, but at 4.9 inches this looks close to that size without the weight penalty of VEE's thick casing.

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    These look like a great match for the new ICT. I've been consistently impressed by Terrene's quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willum View Post
    This looks close to the tire many of us have wanted for several winters - what the Wrathchild should have been, a studded tubeless successor to Bud/Lou. I'd still like a studded 2XL-size tire, but at 4.9 inches this looks close to that size without the weight penalty of VEE's thick casing.
    My thoughts exactly. The Wrathchilds perform exceptionally well. But everytime I stare at my bike I wonder "why aren't they a nice big full size tire like Bud & Lou?". The new Johnny 5 looks very tempting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    These look like a great match for the new ICT. I've been consistently impressed by Terrene's quality.
    It’ll fit on the current ICT as well, which already fits the 2XL tire. The new ICT is interesting though, even more clearance than the old one with “plenty of room for a 5.1 inch tire” despite shorter stays. Hmmmmm, wonder if Surly has something up their sleeves!

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    Does anyone know how tall/deep the lugs are? Is the rubber the same as the other Terrene fat bike tires?

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    Does Vee make Terrene tires? Also, how is the rolling resistance on other Terrene tires?
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