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Old 12-06-2004, 10:17 PM   #16
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The jacos seem to be the current tire of choice lately. With the Cyan/Magenta combo being the prefered one. It is supposed to provide more overall grip but less side bite than the purple/plaid combo
I gotta try that combo but I am so used to the cyan/tan Im going to have to wait till feburary there is a lot roar events in region 1 & can't take any chances
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If it's Jaco, it's double pink/Orange, double pink combo. Cyan/Magenta is TRC/Parma combo.

All these tires width are suppose to be 28mm, but my TRCs out of the box were about 27.5mm, Parma has been closest to 28mm. Eight boxes of Jacos out of the box were around 29.5mm! (these were double pink, and double pink/orange set)
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T.M. Tires and wheels, plaids and purples, the wheels are "bullet Proof"
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Hi guys, I spoke with TRC/Trinity about the tire size for their touring foams, and the tech representative told me that they are starting to make all of their foams 28mm. They said that this change is very recent, only about 3-4 weeks ago, and that the part numbers for their 26mm tires would stay the same although now they would be changed to 28mm. I still have some 26mm TRC tires in stock for anyone who is interested. They are marked as 26mm in the descriptions. Once they are sold out and I get the new ones in I will change the descriptions to 28mm.
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