I have a Trek FX 7.7 and the rear tire is rubbing the frame with 100psi in the tire. Stops rubbing at 96psi. I have 26mm Continental Grand Prix 4 Season tires. The original tires were Bonetrager 24mm(I think). I would not think 2mm would make a difference??? Any suggestions, am I missing something simple and stupid??
Update to the information I posted, new tires are 28mm (went to my receipt, sidewall hard to read), previous tires 25mm. The rub is on the face of the tire, the picture shows with 96psi and not rubbing. One of the comments I received said that specs for my bike said that 25mm tires would fit, I went to Trek website before I posted this question, and could not find that information. I did not realize that going up in width would effect the diameter as well. Sounds like I need to get some new tires.
For some of the other responses I got, 1. Yes the wheel is very slightly out of true, 2. No bulges or anything in the tire, and 3. I carefully checked to make sure the wheel was mounted correctly and straight.
To everybody that responded - THANK YOU!!!
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