Old 10-28-19, 05:46 AM
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You could potentially get a 47 in the rear and upfront you might be able to depending on brand of tire but the biggest issue you get upfront is toe clipping and it would be tight at the top of fork as with the 45s I have there is roughly about a finger spacing left. Tight turns you will have more of a chance to clip toe. On mine I do clip sometimes but if you are aware of where you are during pedal stroke itís ok but canít count on that. In rear I have tire all the way pushed up so if I were to move the axle back I would definitely think you could get a 47 in there. Mind you I am running stock wheels but tubeless.
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