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Old 04-02-08, 05:11 PM   #1
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clinchers/ tubular

so i read on sheldon brown the difference betweet clinchers and tubulars, but why cant you put clincher tires on a tubular rim? or can you?
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A tubular rim lacks the hook that holds the tire onto the rim. There are not interchangeable.
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A tubular rim lacks the hook that holds the tire onto the rim. There are not interchangeable.
ohhh ic..thanx
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