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Maxxis Forekaster Tyre

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SKU: MXFRKSTRTY
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Predictable and fast rolling trail tyre

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I've been running this on the front in 27.5x2.35 on an FSR Stumpjumper. Mounted and sealed up easily on 30mm TR rims. 2.35 EXO Dual. It started off around 2.3 but has grown to 2.35. Looks kind of round but I've found it to bite in well on loose dry terrain and to be very predictable. Doesn't like soft mud as a front tyre. Zero flats or cuts. I've run it on the rear over winter and it rolls well but climbing grip isn't stellar. I'd buy another one.

This Tyre Really Does Let You Be The Forekaster

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These came with a new bike and I immediately replaced them, going tubeless at the same time. After much disappointment I went back to these on the rear only & it sits perfectly on my RF rim and offers up the grip I had been looking for.
I have not had a single flat and the tyre only now need replacing after at least 5000km of shreeding because it has no tread left and wheelspin up the loose stuff is getting to me..Will be replacing it with the same.

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