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    Default Ust tires

    I'm looking for a pair of 26 x 2.35 tubeless tires.
    Last edited by woody7795; December 6th, 2009 at 04:42 PM.

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    I have a pair of used 2.1 conti explorers if that works.

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    i was hoping for something 2.35 but thanks for the offer.

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    Let me take a look at the Nevegals and Blue Grooves at my buddy's house tonight. Might be tubeless if I recall correctly.
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    I don't have any great deal to offer you, but I'm wondering if you have something against using non-ust tires with sealant, even TLR tires from S or Bontrager. I'd take a cheap NEW pair of non-ust tires from your favorite LBS or internet retailer with juice added over a "deal" on some overweight UST rubber, new or used.

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    I just bought some ust crossmaxes and I want to run them the way they were meant to be. I didn't want to slime them up if I didn't have to.I would be interested in the bluegroove

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    Bummer, neither pair is listed as tubeless... you could run them with some slime/goop but I can understand why you don't want to.
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    Understand the desire to avoid juice as well Woody. The UST selection is better than it once was - there's something out there that will meet your needs. I do like the Specialized Control 2Bliss offerings. UST bead, sidewalls need juice. Warranty comes in handy for those inevitable sidewall cuts.

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    I probably have a Hutchinson Scorpion 2.35 lying around....I may still have the red Michelin 2.4 too. Both would be in decent shape. I'd recommend sealant, even though with dedicated ust it's not as necessary...
    I'll trade for something....whaddya got?

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