Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - Soma Everwear TPI
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11-30-08, 10:10 PM
does anyone know what the TPI is on Soma Everwears? I've tried researching (which maybe I just suck at) and can't find anything.
11-30-08, 10:20 PM
It looks like the Panaracer Stradius Elite TG is similar to the Everwear, and Panaracer makes the Everwear for Soma. The Stradius Elite TG is listed as having 27 TPI (http://sheldonbrown.com/gloss_tp-z.html) (threads per inch).
Panaracer road tires (http://www.panaracer.com/road.php)
12-01-08, 01:58 AM
only get a soma everwear if you are real into sliding, otherwise it's not a great tire. They have issues with the sidewall blowing out and are real heavy and don't offer the best puncture protection. But if you slide a lot i would highly recommend them since they last longer than any other tire.
but to answer your question not sure. I have 1 on my bike and 2 replacements hanging on my wall and they say near nothing helpful on them. Made in Japan, inflate to 100-150 psi, 700x23c (they also have 700x26), and some N06 followed by 5 circles each having a different number of dots in them lol.
And the website listed on the tire www.panaracer.com has no listed info on the everwear.
12-01-08, 06:08 AM
what does tpi mean?
threads per inch....
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