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Old 03-28-11, 03:04 PM   #1
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Will the Mavic A719 700c wheel take a 700c x 28 tire If I am right it will.I have read this some place before but can not find it now.Thanks for any info.
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Old 03-28-11, 03:11 PM   #2
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Yes

If you go to Mavic's site, you can check there as well

http://www.mavic.com/en/product/rims...lon/rims/A-719
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After I posted this I found out it will and a little more infor for it.Thanks any way jimc101
  • SUP welded technology
  • UB control sidewall
  • 8.5mm valve hole diameter
  • Rim width measured outside-to-outside
  • Recommended tire width: 28mm - 47mm
  • Recommended spoke nipple length: 12mm
  • Spoke support diameter (ERD): 600mm
  • Recommended rim tape: 622mm x 20mm x 0.6mm
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Yes the A719 will take a 28. A fat 25 is the minimum tyre size you want to run on that.
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