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    Larry tread depth?

    Could somebody please measure and post the tread depth of a Larry?

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    You mean top of the knob to the top of the carcass?

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    Looks like 5/32 on a slightly worn Larry mounted to a LM rim. Measured on the center knobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottybinwv View Post
    Looks like 5/32 on a slightly worn Larry mounted to a LM rim. Measured on the center knobs.
    Thanks. Now I need to convert to "real" units.
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    4mm in "real" units? pshhhh, 5/32 sounds good to me! Thank you America!!!

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