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    Panaracer SpeedBlaster SonicLite- 343g

    Panaracer SpeedBlaster SonicLite 1.75
    Claimed weight: 360g
    My pair: 343 and 360g

    Just got these at Sea Otter (and 34 other tires). I will have the specs up on my site in a week or so.
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    Interesting tread pattern. They don't look very directional to me? Would I be right in saying for hardpack but probably not great in sand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor!
    Interesting tread pattern. They don't look very directional to me? Would I be right in saying for hardpack but probably not great in sand?
    Directional because of the edge blocks and the slightramp on one edge of the center knobs.

    Should work best on hardpack and be OK in sand except for the narrow casing.

    I would have run them (first ride) at Sea Otter if not for the deep sand on parts of the course. I used 2.25/2.1 RRalphs and they kicked butt.
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