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Vee Rubber H-Billie 120 Tpi Fat Bike Tire

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Description: Vee Rubber H-Billie 120 Tpi Fat Bike Tire

The H-Billie is the ultimate design for anywhere you want to pedal your fat bike. Its aggressive center knobs roll smoothly and stick to the trail, while its side and transition knobs are spaced apart perfectly to give the best grip and clean out of mud and muck. Feel confident in the corners because the H-Billie will not washout.

Key Features of Vee Rubber H-Billie 120 Tpi Fat Bike Tire:
  • Tire Diameter: 26"
  • ISO Tire Size: 559mm
  • Labeled Size: 26 x 4.25
  • Width: 4.25"
  • Tire Type: Clincher
  • Compound: Silica - Single
  • Bead: Wire Bead, Folding Bead
  • Recommended pressure:8-20 (0.6bar-1.4bar)
  • Color: Black

H-Billie 120 TPI


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Can studs be added to these?
John T on Jan 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes the stud should be riding the bike. Ah, get it?

Studs can be added to the Vee Rubber H-Billie Fat Bike Tires but will void all warranty and is not recommended.
Hello! I need tires fo fatbike Scott Scale big ED, the original tire is Kenda Juggernaut, Kevlar Bead, 26" × 4.5". Will 26x4.7 or 4.8 tire fit?
Ellen on Nov 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ellen,
All of our standard Fatbike tires from the Framed 4" tire to the 4.8" Maxxis Minion will work on your bike rim... which I believe is: Syncros 80 with CNC holes | 32H | 80 mm wide. Whether or not your bike has the spacing to accommodate a 4.8" tire is another question.
Is there tube 26x4.25 or i can use 26x4 ??thanks
Luis V on May 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 26x4 is what you want!
what is the actual width on a 80 mm rim ?
Ray C on Feb 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ray,

The actual width of a 80mm rim depends on the manufacturer, but almost always an 80mm rim is in fact 80mm.

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