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Donnelly Tires PDX WC Tubeless Ready Cyclocross Tire
The PDX WC is produced in Europe with the finest materials and the utmost attention to detail. The Donnelly Tires PDX WC Tubeless Ready Cyclocross Tire made with the highest quality nylon casing available, features 240 TPI construction and weighs just 350 grams.
You will not find a better tubeless cyclocross tire anywhere. Available in 700 x 33mm, Black with Tan Sidewall.
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Reliable and grippy
I run these tires around 20 psi, and have bottomed out several times on roots with no burping. Grip is good, even in non-muddy conditions, and ride quality feels better than the old formula Donnelly tubeless tires. Installation was easy with a jet pump, and the tires hold air for many days without measurable pressure loss.
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