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    Get to dah choppah
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    Good lookin ride Panzer07

    Santa Cruz TBc
    Pivot 429c

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    tallboy ltc here, hans 2.35 dampf front,2.25 stock ardent rear

    ardents need to be run around 20-25psi @ 170 lbs rider weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabrabu View Post
    Been running the 2.2 Bronsons, but the rear has some sidewall tears and the side knobs are getting pretty torn up. Performance has been good in most conditions, but they aren't durable enough for the east coast rocks I ride.

    I just got a set of the new 29x2.3 Purgatories to replace the Bronsons. I used to use Purgatories and liked them a lot in all conditions, and the new ones are said to grip just as well but roll faster.
    Bronsons aren't durable in general. I ride in northern California. I thought they were fantastic the first couple of rides, but I couldn't believe how fast they started to deteriorate. I got rid of them after a month. Back to Captains and/or Purgatories. Much longer lasting tires with a good blend of rolling resistance and grip.

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    Also in NorCal and running purgatory s works on the front and the captain in the rear on my highball and it hooks up great and doesn't weigh a ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectZero View Post
    Nevegal in the front, slant six in the back.
    Thirding this setup. Riding in S. Florida sugar sand.

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    Hans Dampf 2.35" Trailstar on the front.
    Racing Ralph 2.25" Pacestar w/ Snakeskin protection on the rear.
    Both tubeless.

    Handles nearly everything I through at it, apart from the proper claggy mud we have at the moment in the UK.

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