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04-04-23, 11:55 AM
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Posted By cyccommute

And, to confuse the problem even further, the 28Ē...

And, to confuse the problem even further, the 28Ē designation is applied to 635mm rims as well. Fractional but, again, more confusion.
04-04-23, 11:52 AM
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Posted By cyccommute

Thatís the way it is for all tires. A 622mm rim...

Thatís the way it is for all tires. A 622mm rim only has a 700mm outside tire diameter on it when it is used with a 39mm tire. A 700x23 tire is 32mm short of 700mm (622mm+ 2(23mm)= 668mm). All...
04-04-23, 11:38 AM
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Posted By cyccommute

Yea, someone really didnít think about that one. ...

Yea, someone really didnít think about that one. I canít tell you the number of people Iíve dealt with that come in asking for a 27Ē tire when they mean a 650B (584mm) tire.
04-02-23, 11:05 AM
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Posted By cyccommute

Itís more of a European thing, but, yes, 28Ē is...

Itís more of a European thing, but, yes, 28Ē is used for tires on a 622mm rim. Using the 622mm diameter of a 700C rim, the tire needed to make the outside diameter of the tire get to 700mm is a tire...
04-02-23, 09:48 AM
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Posted By cyccommute

Well if you are going to be pedantic about it,...

Well if you are going to be pedantic about it, 622mm is also equal to 28Ē tires. Not that I disagree with using ETRTO sizing for all bicycle tires. If we could only make everyone forget the old...
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