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    Terrene Wazia 4.6 on Minnesota 2.0

    Hello everyone,
    long time reader, first time poster. Just wanted to let the world know I was able to mount a Terrene Wazia on the rear of my stock Framed Minnesota 2.0. Granted it may be the smallest Wazia ever produced at 106.0mm from outside lugs at the widest point, but it looks massive compared to the stock framed tires. I couldnít get a good picture, but there is 2.4mm between the tire and chain in granny hear. Some of you might say that not enough space, but itís riding fine right now. Now the plan is to stud it and look for a good deal on another Wazia or Johnny 5 for the front. Terrene Wazia 4.6 on Minnesota 2.0-91430d6e-4544-497f-b555-80fbb8c60806.jpgTerrene Wazia 4.6 on Minnesota 2.0-af7aa567-bf8b-4051-a0fd-0aafecb04117.jpg

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    I have the same bike, but mine is white and shows off all the scratches and dings better I have been considering the Wazia for snow riding. Is this still fitting okay, or do you think it will expand a bit with time or riding? It looks like studs will easily clear the chainstays. I'm watching this to see if I should buy a 4.0 for the rear wheel and 4.6 for front--but if your Minnesota 2.0 pulls this off I might have to try it. Is this on a 80mm rim? Is it tubeless? Cheers.

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    Also following this. 106mm width now, might work on a frame I've got. Tubeless, width, etc? Keep us posted

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    So far so good. I did get the tire slightly used from someone who ran it around the block but couldnít clear it on the rear. With that Iím hopeful it wonít stretch much more. If it starts to rub I am going to convert to 1x because then the chain line is moved over the chain stay in the lowest gear. I am running the stock 80mm rims with tubes because these rims will never go tubeless without a whole role of gorilla tape. I have bike studs on the way and they should be here later today. Iíll post some more pictures studded up.

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