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Compass Rat Trap Pass Tires, 26x2.3" NEW

Old 09-24-16, 09:33 AM
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Compass Rat Trap Pass Tires, 26x2.3" NEW

Clean out continues!

For sale are a pair of the Compass Rat Trap tires, 26x2.3", that were released about a year ago. I bought them for a Schwinn Cimarron build, mounted them, rode them a total of 4 miles (up and back to my kids at school) and they've sat ever since. Super plush!

These will cost you $63 a piece plus shipping/tax from Compass. https://www.compasscycle.com/shop/co...rat-trap-pass/

Buy the basically as-new pair for $100, shipped (CONUS).

I also have a pair of super wide vintage esge fenders (silver with black striping) that will accommodate these if interested.
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How sick would that all look on an '83 Stumpy?
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
How sick would that all look on an '83 Stumpy?
Found this thread on them from last year. @USAZorro has a pic on this page of the thread might given an idea. I think it was my inspiration to buy them!

https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...eep-end-3.html
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Interested, PM sent.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Interested, PM sent.
Thank you.

I keep looking at them... and I don't even ride either of my 26" wheeled bikes that much...
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I'd like those if @mountaindave passes on them. Doing a drop bar conversion on an 80s Giant Iguana and I think they'd be perfect. PM sent as well.
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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post
Thank you.

I keep looking at them... and I don't even ride either of my 26" wheeled bikes that much...
I have two 26" options to look at, either will love these tires. Can't stand all black tires on a vintage bike.

If a guy needed something urban-ish, I found these for $28 at Outside Outfitters: DMR Supermoto 26x2.2"

They're a few ounces heavier and probably not as supple, but they look pretty good, have a round profile, and are much lighter than Schwalbe Fat Franks.
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**sold**
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