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    Anyone run wierwolf race 2.5's on a Kona Unit?

    Looking to run these jammies front and rear for the winter on my unit. Anyone try this?
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    Nope but the 2.4 Mutanos fit with a bit of room left (not much).

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    uh oh

    that'll make me sad. I just bought a kona project 2 fork for my surly, and the wierwolf 2.5 is my current fav. maybe I'll hold off installing the project 2 until I wear my weirwolf out, could be a long time


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    I meant on the rear, I run a suspension fork on my Unit.

    Sorry for the confusion.

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    I have the full specs on the WW Race 2.5 on my Tire Site. Use them to check for clearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    I have the full specs on the WW Race 2.5 on my Tire Site. Use them to check for clearance.
    I think I'm missing something here. Do I add the tread and casing widths to get what I'm looking for? Sorry for the ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jubilee
    I think I'm missing something here. Do I add the tread and casing widths to get what I'm looking for? Sorry for the ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    http://mtbtires.com/tech/measure.html
    Thanks shiggy. You've been a great help today. I wish you a sunny dry day to ride this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jubilee
    Looking to run these jammies front and rear for the winter on my unit. Anyone try this?
    Panaracer Megablaster 2.5's clearance OK front and rear, around 1/8" on each side in rear and almost 1/2" on P2 fork. Megablasters only .5MM less than your tires according to Shiggy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    Panaracer Megablaster 2.5's clearance OK front and rear, around 1/8" on each side in rear and almost 1/2" on P2 fork. Megablasters only .5MM less than your tires according to Shiggy.
    Cool. I bet I can get my LBS to let me mount up a pair and test in-shop....
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