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Geax Gato TNT Tire

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $52.00


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The Gato was designed for maximum grip and control in wet and loose conditions.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Hoolie a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: February 28, 2013

Strengths:    Great winter tire, Relatively light for All mountain durability. Small sipes in tread give great wet traction, open voids shed mud, GREAT summer tire too! I used the 29er version at Downieville and hooked up great! I like how this tire holds a line in turns on flat "no berm trails". The side knobs are set into a rubber platform for good cornering manners. Also, the side knobs are uniform in size and this keeps the tire tracking in a predictable manner in turns. They can be found on sale for $30 or $40.

Weaknesses:    Wish I could get 2.35 or 2.4 in TNT

Bottom Line:   
Okay, 5 chilis is the highest rating I have ever given for both! That says alot. This is the 26 x 2.3 TNT All Mountain version (see GEAX.com). I liked the 29er version so much, that I bought this 26er set. The BEAD is top notch, and a true UST hook for rims. I use UST rim on 26 inch bike, and Rim tape on 29er, these Gato tires work perfectly on both styles at moderately low pressures of 28 to 31 psi.

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Favorite Trail:   Dans!

Duration Product Used:   2 yrs

Price Paid:    $32.00

Purchased At:   Price Point/Competit

Similar Products Used:   Geax Mezcal (awesome), Nevegal, Ignitor, Hutchinson Toro (awesome), Continental Mt King (great but narrow sizing),

Bike Setup:   26 er Turner 5 Spot, XT/XTR and NINER ONE 9 Saint stuff. Both bikes now use GEAX!

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GEAX Gato TNT fail

So, I've been running my geax gato TNT tubeless for about a year now with no problems until last night. I found the tire totally off bead. I re-seated it, hit it with a compressor and it won't hold the bead now...it'll inflate to about 10 psi, then pop off. Any ideas why? I'm running them with a ... Read More »

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