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    Tioga Psycho Genius tires on Moto Lite

    Anyone have experience with Tioga's new Psycho Genius tires on a Moto Lite? I've read nothing but good reviews so far about the tire. I'm especially wondering about rear clearance with the 2.3" version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahdog31
    Anyone have experience with Tioga's new Psycho Genius tires on a Moto Lite? I've read nothing but good reviews so far about the tire. I'm especially wondering about rear clearance with the 2.3" version.
    Here are the Psycho Genius 2.30 tire specs:
    Tread width: 59.6mm / 2.35"
    Casing width: 56.6 / 2.23
    Casing ht: 54.2mm

    You can compare these with other tires on my Tire Site.
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    Cool, what is the supposed max rear tire size for a ML frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahdog31
    Cool, what is the supposed max rear tire size for a ML frame?
    I do not know, but I have measured "2.3-in" tires that range from 2.10" to 2.50" in actual width.
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    Check out this link as it should answer all your questions. The tires from what I have read are awesome and will grace my wheels next!

    Tioga Psycho - reborn....

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    Don't expect to have a lot of clearance on a ML with a tyre bigger than 2.25" real.
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