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    Anyone try a 2.4 Big Betty on their Mojo yet?

    Anyone try it? Does a Big Betty fit (regular or UST)? That is a tall tire that would raise the Mojo as well.

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    I've tried it (2.4 GG regular) and I will not recommend it. I think the mud clearance is a bit to small. In wet conditions I prefer to use Muddy Mary 2.3 GG or Nevegal Sticky-E 2.3.

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    I've had a Racing Ralph and a Nobby Nic in 2.4 on my bike without issues. It's tight but it works.
    A bicycle will take you to fantastic places....if you let it.


    Ibis fan since '08 now rolling on the big wheeled Ripley.

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    Running BB 2.4 tubed (snakeskin+triple compound) in front. I do not recommend it at all - stay away! As already mentioned, you will have clearance issues running BB in the rear. I currently have the Fat Albert 2.35 in back and it is about the max you need if your riding in the slop. The FA is not an exception tire either.

    Just ordered a Minion DHF Sticky and Kenda Excavator rear for wet weather riding here in SE Asia.

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    RR 2.4/2.25 and NN 2.4 fits and are my favourites for racing and dry conditions, but it's useless when it's wet.

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    I wonder if the new 2.4 Fat Albert is truly wider than the old 2.35 Fat Albert.

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    I'm currently running a Big Betty on the front, and have no issues with it.

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