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    kenda klaw xt 26

    I see lots of people with 29 version, however few if any with the 26. An i the only person who rocks the klaw? I bought it to deal with the wettest summer in history for my region and with it less wet, i still love them. I find they have lots of bit, climb roots well and when i do get to mud sections they plow through them like sm8 never could.

    Does anyone else run klaw xt?

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    Kenda Klaw XT 26

    The klaw came on my bike. I chewed up the rear tire pretty good a long time ago. The front tire seems to be indestructible. It has great grip and is very tough.
    I looked around, but can't find the 2.1 klaw anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncomplientspud
    I see lots of people with 29 version, however few if any with the 26. An i the only person who rocks the klaw? I bought it to deal with the wettest summer in history for my region and with it less wet, i still love them. I find they have lots of bit, climb roots well and when i do get to mud sections they plow through them like sm8 never could.

    Does anyone else run klaw xt?
    The Klaw in both sizes was discontinued a couple of years ago.

    Almost any tire (that is not a semi slick) will do better in mud than a Small Block Eight.
    mtbtires.com
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    well that answresmy question then. No wonder they were such a great price. Any suggestions for a replacement tire?

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