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    New question here. Need a set of 26 x 2.0 Michelin Tubeless Comp S Light

    Does anyone have a new set of these for sale? Also, does anyone know if this model is now being manufactured under a different name? I love these tires but mine are worn out...
    Thanks

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    It is now called the XCR Dry (dual compound, fast wearing, pricey, race tire) and XC Dry (single compound, longer wearing, affordable tire).
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    OK...thanks. This is the exact info I was looking 4. (tire expert)

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    So yo Shiggy... My trail is a 6 mile road ride from my home here in the Santa Monica mountains. I try not to turn or use my brakes on the road but I guess this is going to really rip these up, right? Are these tires softer than the Tubeless Comp S light I've been riding?
    Thanks again.
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    Difference between XCR Dry & XCR Dry 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sklein
    So yo Shiggy... My trail is a 6 mile road ride from my home here in the Santa Monica mountains. I try not to turn or use my brakes on the road but I guess this is going to really rip these up, right? Are these tires softer than the Tubeless Comp S light I've been riding?
    Thanks again.
    scott
    The XCR versions are softer. They will go away fast with pavement use. They wear fast in any case. Use the XC.
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