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    New question here. Maxxis Holy Rollers

    Anybody got the actual casing width of these? I'm seriously considering getting them for my hardtail.

    Thanks in advance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigel
    Anybody got the actual casing width of these? I'm seriously considering getting them for my hardtail.

    Thanks in advance...

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    The casing width is 2.4inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewil
    The casing width is 2.4inches.
    Maxxis is notoriously SMALL tho...specially if you run a narrow rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewil
    The casing width is 2.4inches.
    I know, that's what Maxxis says.

    I'm looking for the ACTUAL width, in millimeters, as different tire manufacturers have some sort of mysterious method for measuring and speccing their tired widths

    As Voodoo says, if Maxxis run their tires a bit narrow, that would mean the Holy's aren't true 2.4s [~61mm]. If they're a good deal below 61mm, I should have no problem.
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