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Is a 16 grams CO2 cartridge enough to inflate a 29" mountainbike
I used to ride a 26" mtb, but now I'm switching to a 29er. Since the volume of the tire increases, I was wondering is one 16 gram CO2 cartridge enough to inflate the tire? Notes: The tire will be ...
Jul 14 '11 at 7:29
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