can I use 26 X 1.75 for front and 26 X 2.0 for rear? the tube size is the same.
Bike : Rockrider 5.0 Terrain : mostly Road, occasionally off-road.
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Yeap- no reason not to. I do the same on my mountain bike, I prefer the width of the wider rear to enable stability/grip whilst the front is just wide enough to steer in the direction. Most inner tubes will work over quite a range of tyre sizes & the same for rims. Make sure you check the specification of both if you are concerned.