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Old 2016-09-03, 02:11 AM   #1
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26 in Tire - Surly Dirt Wizard or Knard

I'm looking for a higher volume 26 in tire, especially a Surly Dirt Wizard 26 x 2.75 or maybe a Knard 26 x 3. I'd even consider a good old Duro 26 x 3.

I'm hoping to find something in good used shape for less than the $90 Id have to pay new. I'd need the sidewalls to be cut free as Im planning on a tubeless setup.

I also have some KH Spirit 137/165 mm disc cranks I might be willing to swap for the right tire(s).


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