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Thread: Ardent 29er's for $35

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    MoJo Mother Superior notyal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenblur View Post
    Gonna eventually patch it but still. . . . .
    I've got half a dozen of those in my garage but keep buying new ones.
    "living today like it is the first day of the rest of my week"

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    Austin, TEXAS - thank God!
    Exo on Maxxis tires makes a world of difference. Not only does it hold up better to the rocks, it doesn't expose the threads in the sidewalls due to abrasion. That wicks the moisture out of your sealant and you end up having to replace it every week in the summer. I agree with Ed, I won't run non exo or whatever other tire makers call their crap now.

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    MoJoMoRon bartman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anita Handle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fontarin View Post
    Yeah, if any tire you buy offers a version with reinforced sidewalls, make sure it get it around here. The weight penalty is well worth it to avoid having to replace a $60 tire.
    it wasnt the money, I didnt realize what EXO meant..

    Quote Originally Posted by X-Ray View Post
    That sucks! I have been riding the 2.4 ardent on the front wheel w/o issues for a long time. May be a different story using that tire on the rear wheel. I have never tried one in the back.
    so far the tire has been outstanding in the back even on slippery rocks..very nice climber..

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    blah Anita Handle's Avatar
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    The only weakness I found with the Ardent 2.4 EXO was in really loose stuff. Especially when it wore down a bit. Felt like I was on marbles coming down one of Jimmy's gravel roads at Flat Rock one time.

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