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    IndyFab Planet X and WTB Interwolf 38c?

    Anybody know if they will fit?

    My PX is a stock 56cm size. My Kenda Cross Supremes (I think that is the name) in 35c seemed tight in the rear.

    Looking for a little more volume.

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    LP

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    Ti or steel? For ti, I'd be almost 100% that tire wouldn't make it past chainstays (I've got '04 ti px). I used to have steel px, and a 38c would have cleared.

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    38c

    i have a newer one (2006) and it won't fit, but it will fit on my old one (2000)

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    Mine is a '01 or '02 (cant remember) steel frame. Sounds like they might fit. Are the Intewolfs wider than the Kenda Supremes. Those Kendas seemed pretty meaty, but the size came from the knobs and not the volume.

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    LP

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    The Interwolf runs 35-36mm from side knob to side knob and measures right at 35mm tall from the top of the rim bead to the top of the tire when inflated to 60psi on a Mavic Open Pro. Their height can be a limiting factor on frames with a front derailleur that uses a pulley. The knobs can rub on the pulley bolt depending on how short your stays are, how steep your seat tube angle is, and how low the pulley is mounted.
    I like to start out slow, then back it off a notch.
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