Rolling Darryl is a whopping 82mm wide welded seam single wall rim. When used with a superfat tire run at low pressure, Rolling Darryl produces a big footprint that provides amazing traction and floatation. This means you can go places you couldn't before, such as many kinds of mud, sand and snow. This rim has an unusual 64 hole dual spoke hole pattern. Lace 32 holes asymmetrically for use with Pugsley and other offset frames. Lace 32-holes symmetrically for use with non-offset frames. Single wall construction keeps its weight respectable, even lower than Large Marge. We offer a version with weight-saving cutouts and another without the cutouts. Note that a rim this wide requires a frame and fork designed for rims (and tires) of this size, such as our Pugsley. Big fat rims and tires simply will not fit in 'normal' frames.
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long time reader, first time poster. I'm about to purchase a mukluk 3, but straight off the bat I want bigger tires..... So what fits onto the unholy rolling darryl and fits the frame that's bigger than the surly Nate? Or should I just shut up and go with the Nate? I saw the husker dü is a 4 ... Read More »
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Has anyone used the 3" Kenda flame tire on Unholy Rolling Darryl rims? My wife wants to ride her Mukluk on some summer urban rides & we need to swap the Nate's to make it bearable for her. Guessing there are other slick tire options but I don't want to spend a ton O' cash for summer rubber.Read More »
I had my second ride on my new Necro today. The first ride was on snow, in a state park basically on jeep roads, so nothing technical.
Today, though, I rode on a local trail, which is very rocky. When I started out, I did the ol' "squeeze test" on the tires, based on my experience with my first ... Read More »