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 Post subject: Tufo cross-tires
PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 10:20 pm 
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Anyone heard of these tires?

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Should be like of like clinchertires but can be mounted on tubular-rims (hmm hope I got this right - mounted on rims for tire and innertubes).

Fantastic color - pink and yellow will look good on my new Ridley in silver, white, black and red :oops:

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I didn't really understand your post, but you should check this link.
http://www.tufoxpress.com/

Tufos are available as classic tubular tire for tubular rims
(fixed with glue/tape) and as a version for clincher rims.
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I'd stick with the classic tread for a Cross tire... the diamond pattern is good for dry fast grass and when there's alot of pavement... but how often is that going to happen for a cross race?

If you're asking about the whole Tubular/Clincher tire bit, I think it's been brought up before. Personally I like them, but worth a try (not the diamond pattern shown above).


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Yes and thanks - I can see that I was a little bit unclear in the meaning of my topic.

I thought that the Tufo Diamond tire was the only "clincher"-tire for tubular rims but I have now learned that there are several patterns other than the diamond. Like Skyleth points out - it's "whole Tubular/Clincher tire bit" I was thinking about! I will try and do some searching - maybe I can find the old posting!

Found it here - thanks for the advice!

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Mads; check this thread:

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... light=tufo

there are others as well.


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Thanks B - check out my link in my previous post too hehe :-)

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hehe, sorry, I missed that one :lol:


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