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Sub-200lb. Tire Weights


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TIRES: Note, tire weights can vary even with the same model tire.

18” liner 1.4 oz

21” liner 1.6 oz

Rimlock Small ..............1.5” 2.4 oz

Rimlock Medium ..........1.6” 2.3 oz

Tube ...Ultra HD.............110/100x18 ....... 2 lbs 7 oz

Tube 17” ........................used w/water..... 1 lb. 3.0 oz

Tube Bikemaster TRC....2.75/3.00x21 .... 1 lbs 2.1 oz

Barum .....used................3.00/3.20x21 ....10 lbs 3 oz .....Chuck.XR200 used

Bridgestone 51M.............80/100x21 ........ 8 lbs 10 oz ....Chuck.XR200 used

Bridgestone M23 ............80/100x21 ........ 9 lbs ..............Chuck.XR200 used

Bridgestone M40 ............80/100x21 .........8 lbs 15 oz.....Chuck.XR200

Cheng Shin ....................3.25x21...............8 lbs 4 oz ......Chuck.XR200 used

Dunlop ........D742 .........80/100x21 ..........8 lbs ........... .Chuck.XR200 Med-hard to med-soft

Dunlop ........D756 .........80/100x21 ..........8 lbs 4 oz Chuck.XR200 Intermediate to soft (popular)

Dunlop ........D803 .........2.75x21 ..............7 lbs 1 oz Chuck.XR200 Trials

Dunlop ........D952 .........80/100x21 ..........7 lbs 14 oz Chuck.XR200...........................8lbs 8oz. H Bomb

Dunlop ........D756F.........80/100x21...........7 lbs 3.5 oz Swiss 51M

Maxxis ........IT ................80/100x21 ..........9 lbs 4 oz ... Chuck.XR200

Michelin ......M-12 ..........90/90x21 ............8 lbs 14 oz Chuck.XR200 Medium

Michelin ......S-12 ..........90/90x21 ............8 lbs 7 oz Chuck.XR200 Soft

Pirelli ...........MT21 ..........90/90x21 ............9 lbs 0 oz Chuck.XR200

Dunlop ........D752F ........70/100x17 .........5 lbs 1.1 oz ....used

Cheng Shin ....................5.60x18 ..............14 lbs 6 oz Swiss

Dunlop ........D756 .........110/100x18 ........12 lbs 5 oz Chuck.XR200 Intermediate to soft (popular)

Dunlop ........D803 .........4.00x18 ..............13 lbs 8 oz Chuck.XR200 Radial Trials

Dunlop ........D952 .........110/90x18 ..........10 lbs 14 oz Chuck.XR200

Dunlop ........D952 .........120/90x18 ..........13 lbs 4 oz Swiss 65M

Michelin ......M-12 ..........120/90x18 ..........12 lbs 4 oz Chuck.XR200 Medium

Michelin.......M-12 ..........130/90x18 ..........12 lbs 7 oz Chuck.XR200 Medium

Bridgestone 604 ..............120/80x19 ......... 12lbs 6oz H Bomb

Bridgestone 404 ..............110/90x19 ......... 12lbs............H Bomb

Bridgestone 404 ..............120/80x19 ......... 12lbs 3oz H Bomb

Dunlop ........952 .............110/90x19 .......... 11lbs 8oz H Bomb

Dunlop ........952 .............120/90/x19 ......... 12lbs 3oz H Bomb

Dunlop ........D756 ...........110/90x19 .......... 11lbs 10oz H Bomb

Dunlop ........756RR ........120/80x19 ........... 11lbs...........H Bomb

Dunlop ........773 .............110/90x19 ........... 12lbs 13oz H Bomb

Dunlop 745 120/80/19- 12.2lb

Info posted from Chuck,Swiss, ...H Bomb,

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