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Sauternes
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Originally Posted by Papa Tom View Post
I use the Big Apple 2.15's for commuting on my 1996 GT Outpost MTB. They fit fine and there's enough clearance all around them; however, as someone else mentioned, make sure the 2.15's clear your frame.
Thank you for your comment.
Currently I have 2,15 off-road sizes, and I think I will go for 2.

Originally Posted by Papa Tom View Post
Also, depending on how your brakes are set up, you want to be sure that if you remove your front wheel when you get to work, you have enough clearance to get it through the brake pads without deflating the tire.
Good point.
Even if Im not an expert I dont think this will be a problem since it is very easy to remove the wires from the brakes arms in order to widen the gap between pads if needed.
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