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    Set of Rampages: 1) 712 grams 2) 718 grams
    "No good deed goes unpunished"

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    Slightly used Racing Ralph 2.25 = 541.6

    Bontrager Jones ACX 2.2 = 711.7 & 661.9

    Continental Mountain Kings 2.2 = 611.1 & 633

    Kenda Small Block 2.2 = 581

    WTB Nano Raptors 2.2 = 578.8 & 612.7 & 611.8

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    Minutes ago, UPS just delivered (2) Rampages: 780 & 795 grams.

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    IRD Fire XC Pro foldind 2.1" - 700g

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    LoMF syndrome...

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    Kenda Karma1.9= I have 2 from early last year that weighed 498/510....got a pair late last summer that weighed 514/ 569....yes, 569!

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    Ouch!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe
    Ouch!!!
    Yea, they came in heavy, but recently I've been slicing casings left and right. Bontragers, Speciliazed and WTB have been recent victims. The Nevegals are the only ones that have held up, but talk about heavy and sloow! Hopefully the Rampages are all that everyone says they are.

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    That makes enough sense. Better to be heavy than walking. Lets us know if they hold up. (in another thread though, no hijacking here.)

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    I had Python's on the bike this winter. I liked them but not enough to keep them. The front was OK but the rear would slide around the corners like a flat track motorcycle. They weighed in at 630 & 635.

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    michelin xc at 2.0. 650, 660. after 6 years of just riding/racing/commuting on my 29er. i haven't ridden a tire that is more durable, sheds mud and just plain works better than all other tires that i've tried. i usually get 1500+ road commuting miles at 55 psi and another 500 + offroad at 32 psi including racing out of a pair. buy em, they are less expensive than most as well. where i live it's all rocks and the side walls hold up incredibly well on em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnutty
    Yea, they came in heavy, but recently I've been slicing casings left and right. Bontragers, Speciliazed and WTB have been recent victims. The Nevegals are the only ones that have held up, but talk about heavy and sloow! Hopefully the Rampages are all that everyone says they are.
    Depending on where you ride, the Rampages are an excellent all around tire. I have been running them exclusively for about two years in rooty, rocky terrain and love them. They are a bit heavy (didn't weigh my 1st set, 2nd was as listed above). I need a new set and was going to try something with a little less resistance and a bit lighter. Traction is great though.
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    WTB Weirwolf - 786gr
    WTB Vulpine - 556gr

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    just got some Geax Barro Race 2.0's
    467gr and 468gr

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    geax seguaro folding, 714 grams.

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    Keep 'em coming!

    If we keep this on the top page long enough, someone will eventually make a database of it that we can access trough a website, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newmarketrog
    michelin xc at 2.0. 650, 660. after 6 years of just riding/racing/commuting on my 29er. i haven't ridden a tire that is more durable, sheds mud and just plain works better than all other tires that i've tried. i usually get 1500+ road commuting miles at 55 psi and another 500 + offroad at 32 psi including racing out of a pair. buy em, they are less expensive than most as well. where i live it's all rocks and the side walls hold up incredibly well on em.

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    WOW, that's 60-75 grams less than listed on Bike29. If that's accurate, it is a huge (albeit positive) discrepancy. Are those weights consistent with other sets you've had, or are they the only ones you've weighed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    That's an awesome spreadsheet! Good show.
    Just a note on Averaging. I posted my Race King's at 695g average (690 & 700), so it is like counting 695 twice in your average.
    2x10
    '12 Niner Jet RDO 22.9 lb
    1x1
    '09 Cannondale F29er 1 20.1 lb
    '10 Sanderson Soloist 23.8 lb
    '09 Hammer 29'er 20.5 lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather

    Thanks for the spreadsheet but can you add the Rampages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    that's great!

    Can you make separate colums for advertised and real weights?

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    done, done and done. i whipped through the posts pretty quickly, so i'm not promising that everything is perfect. i do however, understand averaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    done, done and done. i whipped through the posts pretty quickly, so i'm not promising that everything is perfect. i do however, understand averaging.
    Wasn't trying to explain _your_ average.
    Just how mine was interpreted
    (i.e. that I had two weights one for my Front and one for the Back tire, rather than I weighed the same tire twice with two close results that I averaged).

    Again, jolly good show on the spreadsheet!
    2x10
    '12 Niner Jet RDO 22.9 lb
    1x1
    '09 Cannondale F29er 1 20.1 lb
    '10 Sanderson Soloist 23.8 lb
    '09 Hammer 29'er 20.5 lb

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    Specialized Fast Trak S-works LK 530 and 535 grams. 2.0"

    Maxxis Crossmark 2.1" 640 grams.

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    if anyone wants to help out with legwork for filling in the advertised column, just post up here and specify that the weight is 'advertised'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown

    I don't have them, but the Schwalbe Furious Fred's are 335g per tire. That should be WW enough for most.
    That's the advertised weight, according to the Schwalbe site. Or have you seen real weights like that, Bruce?

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