We don’t use Torkers here in Toronto, Canada, but I have a web page with
numerous tires both in 20" and 24", with actual tire widths, if available.
The published widths from many tire manufacturers are a little over
inflated. When you get to a fat tire over 2.5" you’ll also need to measure
the height of the tire above the rim to ensure you have enough top
clearance. You’ll need at least 1/2" or rocks/snow/mud will jam in between
the top of your tire and your frame, causing you to an unceremonious
flying forward dismount.
You don’t say if you have a 20", 24" or 26", so the answer depends on your
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