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Old 09-11-2013, 12:32 AM
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If you care about your ride quality, you'll see a huge downgrade from your current tires to the rubber bands around the 26s. A 22" wheel will allow you to keep a good ride quality by allowing the tire to take its designed sprung load compared to having almost zero spring rate from the 30 series tire. Just something to think about.

I have personally been looking for a set of 24s I like that I can run a 35 series tire just to keep some tire spring rate, then swap to a 17" drag radial combo when I hit the track just to reduce the rotational mass.
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