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700/38 vs 700/23 tyres on a "comfort" hybrid commuter bike.



 
 
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Old November 14th 11, 12:24 AM posted to aus.bicycle
terryc
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Default 700/38 vs 700/23 tyres on a "comfort" hybrid commuter bike.

Tomasso wrote:

But I believe you can still buy 27 inch tyres at K-Mart...


Taah, thanks for the heads up. I have a few petrified tyres that need
replacment. {:-).
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Old November 14th 11, 07:22 PM posted to aus.bicycle
John Henderson
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Default 700/38 vs 700/23 tyres on a "comfort" hybrid commuter bike.

terryc wrote:

Taah, thanks for the heads up. I have a few petrified tyres that need
replacment. {:-).


The last time I bought a 27 x 1 1/4 tyre from K-Mart, the
sidewall blew out within the first two kilometres. And it was
far from being overinflated.

John
 




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