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Old 08-29-21, 08:06 PM
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Panaracer GravelKing 700x32c

Not a ton of miles on these tires. They served reliably over a few seasons of very short commuting to work and back. They offered a comfortable ride while lending assurance over wet surfaces and sudden stops. They never flatted. And they always looked good while doing their job.

Iím downsizing greatly, so itís time to move them on.

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Old 08-29-21, 08:29 PM
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Did they get easier to put on?😂
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Old 08-29-21, 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by santa fe 2926 View Post
Did they get easier to put on?😂
Iíve had them on and off a few times. Of course when they were new. Then to switch out wheels once. And finally to retire them. Cussed like a sailor each time!
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Originally Posted by santa fe 2926 View Post
Did they get easier to put on?😂
I have a set of these and have had no issues taking on and off. Im guessing this is common?
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Originally Posted by monkeytusmc View Post
I have a set of these and have had no issues taking on and off. Im guessing this is common?
I've heard plenty of "complaints." For me, they weren't the easiest tire to mount on a set of MA40 rims, but a pair Pedro's tire levers greatly reduced the challenge.

Glad to hear your experience has been different than the general consensus.
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