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Old 11-04-14, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by PaulRivers View Post
The Continental 4 Seasons come in a 32c, fyi, and suffer no negative reputation for wet performance. They're like 90% just like the gp4000's.
Thanks for the replies. I've seen the 4 seasons listed in a 32C on the Conti website, but can't find anywhere in the US that actually sells them. That's my biggest concern with the Gp4s, at this point, that they will be like a thick road tire when I want something that will take all the bumps and potholes Mass Ave has to offer.
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