Duro Gremlin 29er Tire

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Duro Gremlin's aggressive side knobbies keepThisTire biting while cornering improvingTraction.The revised compound keep rolling resistance low and mud shedding ability high. 60TPI Aramid Bead 810 grams (29x2.2)

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Saw these on JensonUSA while I was ordering some random parts. Not many reviews out there, the one on Jenson said the Gremlin weighed about 650g and worked fine tubeless. [URL="http://www.jensonusa.com/Bicycle-Tires/Duro-Switch-Tire-29"]2.35 Switch[/URL] [URL="http://www.jensonusa.com/Bicycle-Tir ... Read More »

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Duro Gremlin 29er

Started in General Discussion: Trail test forthcoming. [IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/46b0a721-6790-cb6e.jpg[/IMG] Just put a 29er Gremlin on a Stan's Arch and it beaded right up with the juice and soaping the sidewalls. Holding air. Yet to test ride. Edit: The Gremlin is a 2.2 for sure (measured ... Read More »

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