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    What type of tire is this? Please read. ASAP :D

    Hi, I have a Mongoose XR200. I don't use it too often, never have gone mountain biking. Bought some years ago because I thought it looked cool. Anyways, the back tire has gone flat and I want to replace it with the same type of tire (so it matches with the front tire). I was wondering what type of tire this is? Yes, I know it's some type of mountain bike tire, but which specifically (so the "patterns" match). I know it is 26 inches. Here is a photo. Please reply ASAP.

    Thank you very much . Reply ASAP (going to Walmart tomorrow to buy the tire) plz.

    http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/9962/dsc06337k.jpg

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    what does it say on the side wall? don't worry about " matching tires" just buy one that is the same size... i'm guessing 26x 2.3
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    You're probably not going to find that tire at Walmart. Not sure I can identify the particular model, but it looks like it could be a Kenda brand tire. A lot of department store bikes get speced with Kenda's budget level tires. I don't know why matching it is so important, but if you can't find the exact tire, consider buying the Kenda Klaw tires as a pair. They would be an appropriate replacement as well as affordable and availiable. They are a front and rear specific tire, meaning that the front has a different knob pattern than the rear.
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    man, replacing a tire b/c it's flat?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    If it's flat, a new tire won't fix that. Get a new tube.

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