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Rim Width vs. Tire Width (Min/Max)

Old 03-28-04, 10:28 AM
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Rim Width vs. Tire Width (Min/Max)

Is there a reliable guide to tell me what is the minimum tire width I can install on my OE Fuji rims? Original tires are 32mm. I would like to install 23's but don't know if my OE rim is too wide for this narrower tire.
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My Poprad had 38's on them when I bought it used. The wheels were Mavic Open Pro's, which easily took the 23's. If it's the Fuji Cross with the Ritchey Aero Comps, then you should be able to put road tires on it.

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