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    28x1 3/8 conti tires on 700c rims?

    i have a set of 28 inch tires that fit on my extra set of 700c wheels. my question is are contis sized diffrently than the 700x23 kendas that were originaly on the wheels?
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    Yep they'll fit. The bead seat diameter is 622.

    Always refer to Sheldon on matters of tire sizes

    http://www.sheldonbrown.com/tire-sizing.html

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    i'll second this. i've got some araya 28's that have a set of 700c cx tires on them. fits like a glove.
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    Yeah, 28 is the outside diameter. I'm rolling on 28x 5/8s which is equivalent (according to the tire info) to 700 x 35. Fat, man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Valiant
    Yeah, 28 is the outside diameter. I'm rolling on 28x 5/8s which is equivalent (according to the tire info) to 700 x 35. Fat, man.
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