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    Monocog - Largest rear tire??

    anybody know what's the largest tire size the monocog will take in the rear?
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    my friend put a 2.4 on there but had to pull the sucker..

    way back, i dunno if this will work w disk brakes tho. id take ur rig on down to the bike shop n test out what u want before u commit to something that may not fit. good luck fellow monocoq pilot! RAGE ON !

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    2.1's work best for me...2.2's will fit, but if you ride through mud, it will suck. 2.3's will come very close to rubbing the frame, unless you run the back tire towards the end of the dropouts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sperry
    anybody know what's the largest tire size the monocog will take in the rear?
    I am running a 2.1 Epicwolf and had to run the wheel back farther in the dropouts. You may be able to run a 2.2 if you ride in dry conditions.

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