Continental Mountain King II UST Tubeless Tire

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DESCRIPTION

Black Chili Compound is the key to performance in the Continental Mountain King II UST, delivering greater grip and durability with less rolling resistance.

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[Feb 16, 2014]
DPF
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Good compound, long lasting, good traction (29 x 2.2), good width for rear tire, low resistance, value, quality. No puncture in over

Weakness:

Doesn't hold air properly when run tubeless, takes a while to seal with tubeless brew.

I use the tire on the rear only, good size for low resistance and good traction for the rear (29 x 2.2). It took over a month to seal with tubeless brew, and still doesn't hold air properly.
Still a good option and good value for the quality of the tire.

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[Oct 27, 2012]
Bill

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

This 2.4 on an older santa cruz light with fox rlc fork. I use Stans system on K.B. valiant rims chris king hubs. Loose about 2 lbs of air between rides. I check air before each ride, noproblems in that dept. Rolls well for knobby and its good as advertised in loose rocks and sand and no problem climbing desending rocky slopes. I previously ran the conti vertical pro and this tire is a marked improvement. I ride only intermediate trails as a rule in phoenix area and this tire holds its own on southwest trails. I've had it on bike for 3 weeks, ride 4-5 days aweek. Seems to be wearing well with strong casing. I run it at 28 PSI on loose rocky trails.

Weakness:

None so far

Best front tire ot of the last ten or so.

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