If you ride on hard pack, or even loose over hard the RR will be a great tire, I run one of the front of my rigid and love it.mellowme17 said:Look for a new set of 29er tires… large volume and fast rolling light weight. the only thing that I can find that fits the bill are the Racing Ralphs 2.4's does anyone else have suggestion or there experience's
No actual knowledge, but if it is anything like the Mountain King 2.4 it may be a little underwhelming as far as volume is concerned.mellowme17 said:i am going to be rolling on my single speed in the dirt.
any feedback on the new conti X-king looks like they have a 2.4 as well...
yeah i hope its not like the mountain king.. i have one thats 2.4 and the only thing thats wide about it are the knobs....casing is that of a 2.1xjbaylor said:No actual knowledge, but if it is anything like the Mountain King 2.4 it may be a little underwhelming as far as volume is concerned.
I am running the RK 2.2 tubeless and it is a little more full than those I have seen running tubed, but it is closer in size to my 2.1 Crossmark than my 2.25 RaRa. WAY smaller than my 2.4 RaRa.canonshooter said:are you running tubeless?? In the reviews I posted above, they did mention that with tubes they were narrow, but after tubless they widened out nicely. They also mentioned the taller profile/high volume.
I ran 2.2 MK's on my 26" for a while and really loved them.
How could there be anything lighter/faster/grippier/bigger with more volume then thw 2.55LT? :thumbsup: For the right time of year and conditions of course.dickt3030 said:I ran WTB Weirwolf 2.55 all last summer and loved it. Althought it's not truly 2.55, its still very large volume. Fast middle tread and grippy sides. Not sure on the weight tho.
I ran it with tubes all summer, and am mounting it to a new set of Stan's Crest tubeless this spring. I am very interested to see the difference in ride quality and volume.
Grip, perhaps not, but the RR 2.4 is most definitely lifghter, faster, and bigger than the WW 2.55.JMac47 said:How could there be anything lighter/faster/grippier/bigger with more volume then thw 2.55LT? :thumbsup: For the right time of year and conditions of course.