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I'm thinking of picking up a spare set of wheels. I'd like to keep them handy and mount my studded Dillinger 26 x 4.6"s on them for more flexibility for different conditions. I was wondering if going to a wider rim from my current 80mm Mulefut's would help in deeper snow. Currently I have the 4.7" Barbegazi's on the 80mm rims and they seem pretty round with a minimum contact patch riding over impressionable mud. Wondering if a 90mm would be better, and how much of a difference it would really make. I believe I can get about 5" of tire both front and back on my fat bike FWIW.