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    Hutchinson Acrobat Tubeless

    HUTCHINSON ACROBAT TUBELESS 700 x 37c

    Latest technology also now available for urban and trekking riders. Extra high side wall combined with semi slick tread. Made with 33tpi carcass and wire bead. 37C: Pressure 50psi & Weight 740g

    Came across this whilst looking for tubes did a search on the forum for Acrobat which came up with nothing.

    will these work with a normal 29er wheel?
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    Uhm, they made a tubeless tire for which no wheel officially exists? 29"=700c

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    my commuter tire

    Quote Originally Posted by LIMEY
    HUTCHINSON ACROBAT TUBELESS 700 x 37c

    Latest technology also now available for urban and trekking riders. Extra high side wall combined with semi slick tread. Made with 33tpi carcass and wire bead. 37C: Pressure 50psi & Weight 740g

    Came across this whilst looking for tubes did a search on the forum for Acrobat which came up with nothing.

    will these work with a normal 29er wheel?
    That's been my commuter tire for a couple of years now. Bought a bunch on Nashbar for $8 each. I only run them with tubes because I like high pressure on the road. The tread cracks apart on the sides, so I don't think I'd try 'em tubeless. They are pretty narrow and would require at least 60 psi to roll decently and to prevent pinches on the potholes I deal with.
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    This is the link to the store I found them on http://www.ukbikestore.co.uk/acatalo...V51247a%2ehtml however I have looked on hutchinson's site and there is nothing on there to indicate they are tubless.

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    That's what I expected. These type of report surface about twice a year, mostly mis-info copied from somewhere :-)
    But thanks for the heart rush you gav a couple hundred bike buddies...

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