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My experience when a rim is advertised with an inches width [Rather than an internal diameter in MM] it's much more of a general statement. Chances are that you will be able to use the exact same tire you used before. Generally a 1.75" tire fits just fine on rims with internal widths of 17mm to 26mm with out any real hazard. If you go outside of that range ...


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2.0 is the diameter of the tyre/tube in inches. So a 1.75" tyre will be smaller and slimmer, and probably a little faster. 26" is the diameter of the whole rim, but check the tyre for its ISO number to be sure. Its likely to be a ISO-559 size. answer: yes that rim will probably fit fine. You'll need to check and adjust rim brakes, or if its disc brakes ...



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