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    What Pressure Are You Running With Knards And With 2.5's On Rabbit Holes?

    I just set up my Karate Monkey with a Knard/Rabbit Hole up front and a WeirWolf LT/Rabbit Hole in the back. I've been experimenting with trying to find the ideal tire pressure, but I'm curious to see what other people have been running.

    For what it's worth I'm 260lbs and my typical ride involves riding 1-5 miles of pavement to get to moderately rocky/rooty singletrack.

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    Fat, tired.

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    I run a Knard up front as well. PSI depends on the trail I'm going on, but if it's fast and rocky/rooty, I'm at ~20-21PSI. Got a good-sized ding from experimenting with lower PSI's. Smoother trails, it's more like 14-15. Disclaimer is that I weigh 160lbs, so keep that in mind.

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    What Pressure Are You Running With Knards And With 2.5's On Rabbit Holes?

    I think mine are set at 16 right now - haven't had any problems at that pressure yet. I also weigh about 160... maybe 170-175 with clothes and pack.

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