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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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