What are the Durano + like for resistance to flats and does the extra protection add to the profile of the tyre for the purpose of fitting mudguards.potsy said:I go 110 front,120 rear but I'm running on Durano+23's.80 would be fine as a 'get you home' pressure til you can get to a track pump.
Had them on for 5 weeks now-450+miles and they've been great so far.phil_hg_uk said:What are the Durano + like for resistance to flats and does the extra protection add to the profile of the tyre for the purpose of fitting mudguards.
Ok thanks for that I may just give them a try, I will have a look around at prices as they seem to vary quite a lot.potsy said:Had them on for 5 weeks now-450+miles and they've been great so far.
The Raceblades fit just the same as when I had the Conti's on,plenty of clearance.They felt a tad slower for the 1st few rides but that could have been me being fat and slow
jimheaney57 said:I'm on the same bike & tyres. I've been running at 120 as recommended. Working fine for me.
Not sure how I could get anywhere near that sort of pressure in the tyres without the track pump.
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