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The rear will be large, check for clearance.

The front will be small, probably not a good idea.

The combination will likely result in squirrelly handling.

Mike

I think there will be plenty of clearance for the back.

The two front pictures that you see the one with the smaller width tire is on the bigger width rim, this probably isn't a very scientific way of doing something but I'm just not seeing why it wouldn't work, unless they didn't mount right, bit it seems like they should, the good set of tires are on an older bike, I like them quite a bit.

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I think there will be plenty of clearance for the back.

The two front pictures that you see the one with the smaller width tire is on the bigger width rim, this probably isn't a very scientific way of doing something but I'm just not seeing why it wouldn't work, unless they didn't mount right, bit it seems like they should, the good set of tires are on an older bike, I like them quite a bit.

Try it, nothing to lose but a little time.

Mke

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