The old 10 speed road is all the same pull (before tiagra 4700) and is compatible with up to 9 speed MTB stuff.
10 speed MTB has different pull with road, so this only works with other 10 speed MTB.
Chinese titanium or simworks/nitto steel ones.
Standard Alloy one has been hit and miss for me. Some is quite thin but most are the one that you are using
Some kind of race number holder?
It's this one
As @miro_o said, it is the homage tyres that is not tubeless compatible, Although some succeed in getting it work as tubeless.
A friend set the 650x42b tubeless with some kinlin rims, the rear is fine but the front keeps losing air massively and needs to be topped with fluid constantly.
I don't think they formally rated for tubeless though.
Up to 10 speed road (pre tiagra 4700) and 9 speed MTB have the same pull.
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Yes the maxxis, looking to replace the wtb horizons on my marin nicasio.
No worries @frankenbike
Would love to hear more if you or @frankenbike decide to try this especially the real width. As they claims 47 but 1.75 should be around 44 right?
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