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Old 06-22-16, 06:30 AM
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Tire pressure suggestions on Fat Bike

Tire pressure suggestions on Fat Bike.
Doing a 100 miler MTB race - Lutsen 99er soon
this time on Fat Bike
ride tires. 4.0 width , with Bluto fork
165lb rider.
course is combination of everything, pave road a beginning, then mix of everything afterwards
good all around tire presure.

thinking just going 10 in rear and 11 in front?
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Have you a pic of the bike? I'm interested in seeing what it looks like. it's not a Walmart special I suspect?
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