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Old 01-27-2013, 08:40 PM   #32755
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Originally Posted by BluePill View Post
I found that 17's vs. 21/18 did not handle rough paved roads as well. The larger 21" front rolls over humps and drops better. It's smoother and more controlled.

If you are just riding on smooth roads with the 17s, you probably won't notice it much.
Interesting point. A lot of the miles I will be riding are on bombed out post-recessionary pavement.

This is why I was thinking 19/17. But, it may still be a wacky idea on a WRR. I guess I could get a second set of 21/18 wheels and mount less aggressive tires. Input welcome.

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