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    Dillinger on 19mm

    No real reason other than I had the time and was swapping tires. I just wish I had something they would fit onDillinger on 19mm-image.jpgDillinger on 19mm-image.jpg
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    Re: Dillinger on 19mm

    19 is ok but I prefer 17 for the rounder profile and fewer pinch flats.

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    skinny little wheels.

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    I had a 2.4 tire with tube blow off the front rim coming down on some off camber stuff, not a lot of fun, came up missing some skin in a few places and pretty well shaken. I would be careful with them, it all fun and game until itís not and those look scary just to air up!

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    Like I said, I had nothing to try them on but I'm sure they would be rolly-polly. I had 2.4 on the same rim and that was pushing it - tubeless and all it never burped or anything but it took some getting used to the sidewall roll

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    Did you use a road tube?

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