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Nokon Mount & Ground W160 Tire

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Mount & Ground W160 Skinwall OLC structure with 61 ShA Carbon SilicaTread for all-around use and extreme conditions 160 steel studs Item Specifications Tire Bead Steel ISO Diameter 559 ISO Width 50 mm ColorTread/Side Black/Black TireType Clincher Tire Diameter 26

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