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    Tire reccs for Mu Uno please

    I've been a mu uno owner for about a year now but have never quite been satisfied with bumpy rides. Sidewalks and streets are pretty rough where I live, I've had more than a few occasions where one of my tires have skid up against a raised surface of a sidewalk and almost wiped me out. Same for riding even over the smallest rocks/gravel. I'd like fatter tires to eliminate this but don't have the slightest idea on what to look for. Never upgraded anything on a bike in my life. The extra weight isn't much concern as I don'r have to fold it up and carry it nearly as much as I'm sure a lot of fold up riders intend them for.

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    Big Apples in 20 x 2.15 .....
    burly and smooth ..lol
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    Was just coming back to this thread to ask about those after doing some googling on my own actually. There seems to be both a 2" and 2.15". Is there any real discernible difference? Also, am I going to need new tubes or stick with what I've got in my marathon supremes?

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    you can use both .. the fatter ones are even fatter :-) yes it makes a difference ..
    u can use the same tubes
    Having fun selling Terns and Dahons for a living. My personal website is also my business website, same as my profile name, therefore no link given to follow forum rules.

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