Swift campout, bob trailer edition. Drove up the night before, stashed 3 cases of beer in the woods, and made shuttle runs with the trailer. Shit was fucking spectacular. The day/ruiner handles this outrageous setup with ease. New bee-lines are pretty great on choppy fire roads.[/quote]
So much awesome goin on here. Any issues with the FD and the Bee-Lines? (2.2 right?) I’m thinking of putting some TB 2.25’s on my day/ruiner (probs have to go 1x?)[/quote]
No issues with the bee-lines (2.2 is correct). I’m actually pretty certain that these are the tires the bike was made for, braden and endy might be able to elaborate. I have a m8000 FD and it clears about the same as the frame.
Speaking of which:
Bee-lines are almost maxed out here. Not quite, but almost. I wouldn’t be surprised if you’re flying too close to the sun on 2.25 tires.
edit: i’d say that the 2.2 tires are more than sufficient for most dithering.[/quote]
Endpoint do have those WTB Rangers in 2.25 (might try it in the summer.)