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Old 02-02-2006, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default difference on the rimes radius

he guys i was just gluing some new tires and i realized that my old rimes har allmost 1 mm bigger on the radius that is a difference on 2 mm on the rimes.
how can taht be

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Because u can get tires that are 24mm or 26 mm in diameter. u have obviously got one set of 24's and one set of 26's
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Some companies have different sized rims. The jacos for example have larger rims than trc.

Superkarter- while you can get 24 or 26mm rims, I believe he was talking about the radius of the rim, not the width.
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all right rcguy thanks that was an answer i could use
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