Bicycle Mechanics - Tires to fit 26 x 1.5 rim?
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I'm thinking of going to something smoother and more narrow for our comfort bkes. Not that the current tires are bad when inflated properly, but I was considering something a little narrower. The rims are 26 x 1.5, and the current tires are 1.95". How narrow can I safely go?
I run Specialized Fatboy 1.0" on Mavic X517 rims and I luv 'em :) !
08-28-04, 01:14 PM
I asked something similair the answers vary 26x1.5 or 26x1.25 was the general concensus a couple did suggest 26x1.
I ordered 26 x 1.5 slicks which i should be getting next week.
08-30-04, 11:25 AM
Measure the actual interior rim width and use this table...
My guess is that the narrowest you can go is 1.4" or 1.5". If that's the case, I recommend the Ritchey Tom Slick 26x1.4". I run a pair of these on my wide MTB rims and I love them.
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