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32MM's on Canyon Endurance?

Old 01-18-18, 01:54 PM
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32MM's on Canyon Endurance?

Anyone fit Gravel king 32mm's or any other kind of 32mm tire on the Canyon Endurance Disc?

Canyon says it'll fit up to 33's.. I'm wondering if it'll do 32's though as some get measured @ 35mm in real world.
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Wondering about this as well. Also does Canyon customize crank length?
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Originally Posted by airforce1 View Post
Also does Canyon customize crank length?
Not currently in the US. I think they can on the other side of the pond though.
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Did anyone ever try this?
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I've been able to fit the 700x35 Donnelly USH, this tire measures 34mm wide. It had almost no margin of safety. I was able to use it on clean pavement, but I wouldn't recommend it.

A true 32mm should be good. My Continental S4000's measure about 31.5mm and fit with plenty of room. Consider the 700x31 Vittoria Terreno Dry, if the Gravelking is actually a 35mm wide tire.

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Originally Posted by jitteringjr View Post
Not currently in the US. I think they can on the other side of the pond though.
No. No changes at all.
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Originally Posted by topslop1 View Post
Anyone fit Gravel king 32mm's or any other kind of 32mm tire on the Canyon Endurance Disc?

Canyon says it'll fit up to 33's.. I'm wondering if it'll do 32's though as some get measured @ 35mm in real world.
It's 'Endurace' not Endurance, in case you have not realised. :-)
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I'm running 32mm Continental GP5000TLs on my 2019 Endurace. They measure out at 33mm and there appears to be plenty of room left on my particular bike to go to 35 or possibly 38mm tires. This would be for on-road use. For off road, I'd stick to 33mm.


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I'm running 32mm Continental GP5000TLs on my 2019 Endurace. They measure out at 33mm and there appears to be plenty of room left on my particular bike to go to 35 or possibly 38mm tires. This would be for on-road use. For off road, I'd stick to 33mm.


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How was the installation of the 5000TL in the stock Endurace rims?
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How was the installation of the 5000TL in the stock Endurace rims?
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It was very easy. Tire levers we’re not necessary. I added 2 ounces of Stan’s Race and was able to fill both tires with a cheapy Bell tire pump. Each tire took about 30 pumps to get to 80 pounds. The beads popped right into place on about the 5th pumps. They continued to kind of pop for the next few pumps as the bead slipped into place. They seated perfectly without the need to adjust the tire like you sometimes have to do with a tubed tire. By watching the built-in air gauge on the pump I could see that the tires started sealing immediately. No need to use a compressor.

They were literally just as easy to install as tubed tires.

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