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Old 02-20-13, 06:52 AM   #1
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Kent Dual Drive tires question

Anyone with a Kent Dual Drive, or access to one, able to answer a quick question for me?

Do you know if 26 x 2.35" Big Apple tires would fit?

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Old 02-20-13, 11:44 AM   #2
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I have a Kent dual drive at home. it still has those goofy v shaped tires. I can take some measurements when I get home if that would help.
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That would be awesome!

Was hoping to get the 2.35" Big Apples on there for maximum stoker comfort, or possibly the 2.15" Big Apples for the next best thing and compatibility with fenders.
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We have a Schwinn Tango, and I honestly would bet that they come from the same factory in china. Ours sports some big fat whitewalls, but I think they're 2.25"s
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