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    Bronson TCS, Wolverine UST, Weirwolf. Oh my!?

    I'm currently using tubed Kenda Nevagals on Stan's Crest rims (lumpy...) and would like to try tubeless.
    Which of these tires do you guys recommend? Mostly hardpack, occasional rocks. roots, and some mud.
    I'd prefer the lighter of the three if WTB's weights are accurate.
    ('09 GT Force Carbon Expert)

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    I currently run an older Weirwolf 2.1 and Woverine 2.2 f/r respectively with stans notubes on dt 4.2d rims. I ride in similar conditions and performance has been spectacular. The wolverine does wear quickly, but it does perform very well as a rear tire.
    Formerly known as iceaxe

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    I ordered the 2.1 TCS Weirwolf for the rear and the Bronson TCS 2.3 for the front after reading about the guys at WTB using/preferring the Bronson on the front at some event and other reviews.
    Stan's sealant on the way too. Hope it's not too messy and high maintenance.

    Did anyone get to ride the new WTB Bronson tire yet?

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    I'm running wtb mutanos tcs. 2.2 rear and 2.3 front I think. first time tubeles and mounted up great with no problems. used about 50 to 75 ml of Stan's goop on crossmax sx. this set up is riding like a dream, but the mutano's are gonna wear fast.

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