KILL ME NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Hey guys, just wanted to see what everyone is running out here in our dry climate for tubeless-tires. I want to make the switch on my Rumblefish with tubeless-ready wheels, but obviously there are a ton of choices. Thanks in advance!
Wow. Thanks. I didn't realize internet space was at a premium. I did search, and maybe if you didn't spend all of your time in the forums you wouldn't see every post and get frustrated. You owe me a paycheck.First I want to thank those that in good faith, posted their tire recommendations.
But, I would nearly bet a paycheck that SgtMurr and KOM KRUSHER are the same person... I mean, I think at least 2x per month, there's a "what tire should I run" thread.
So, for the love of God, let's not post tire recommendations on this thread anymore and in the remote chance that OP in sincere, please use the search function to find the numerous threads on the topic.
I'm not sure who Kom is. I was a sponsored racer and bicycle mechanic and am just getting back into the sport. This was a simple question which you guys have completely turned into a joke. I'm sorry, but you ARE acting like tools.KOM KRUSHER has some serious juvenile anger issues so it wont take long to figure out if they are one in the same.
Lets see if he calls me a tool
Thanks. Another good word in for the Specs. Think I will head down to the shop and take a look.Capt. Front, Ground control rear. 2.3.
I have been on the tires for near one year. The fronts are cupping a bit but I have not noticed any performance loss. Stan's is added about once every 8 weeks or so. I have not had a flat KNOCK ON WOOD since October 2012.
I think we have a verdict.I'm not sure who Kom is. I was a sponsored racer and bicycle mechanic and am just getting back into the sport. This was a simple question which you guys have completely turned into a joke. I'm sorry, but you ARE acting like tools.
It's amazing how you act like starting this thread was so awful, when in reality, it was a great thing for at least one person (me) until you guys with thousands of posts chimed in. If you represent what MTBR forum members are, an immature and unhelpful community, then thanks for saving me the trouble in the future for asking for any help. See you on the trail.