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Anyone know what bike these wheels and tires are from************************************************************??

Old 05-03-15, 08:09 PM
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Anyone know what bike these wheels and tires are from************************************************************??

Araya 26" x1.5" HE GP 710 Wheels.
Specialized Adrenaline 26"X2" 60 T Wire Bead tires.
Both wheels are quick release.
7 cog free wheel.
I have these wheels and am looking for the bike or a bike they would work on.

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Old 05-03-15, 09:04 PM
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So long as the hub spacing matches (likely 135 mm), those will fit on just about any mountain bike frame made for 26" wheels. There's really no way to identify the exact make or model they came with since so many different bikes could've been equipped with that particular rim. Tires are a consumable and get replaced regularly, so they're not a reliable tool to ID a bike.

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Old 05-04-15, 08:13 AM
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Thanks for the reply Skydog75. The tires are so big I though maybe it was from a specific type of Trail Bike. Maybe I will put them on my mountain bike and try them out.
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If the tires are too wide for your particular frame & fork, those rims will take narrower tires. You could throw 1.5" tires on there that should easily fit any 26" MTB.
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