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    New question here. Stud this tire?


    So I have a set of Nashbar Comforts just sitting around doing nothing, was thinking of studding them for winter. However the tread is very small, has about 226 side knobs, a 8x1/2 would demolish a lug. Thoughts?

    I also do have a pair of 45c fire cross' I have thought about studding it's just they're so damn heavy already.

    EDIT: So measuring showed a 2 x 3/4 would fit inside the knob but I am afraid these might be too small? Was thinking every 4 or 5 knobs put a stud.
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    I have only used car studs, and you need bigger lugs for that. The small screws might be best, I'd look for some hardened ones. I don't know how they'd hold up.

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    think this is not realy easy to stud this tire. The profile looks very small.

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    I would buy an original studded mtb tire.

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