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SpecializedEliminator Grid 2Bliss T7 Tire

$60.00

Item # SCQ00F8

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Description

Eliminator Grid 2Bliss T7 Tire

Trail riders seeking the ultimate in versatility will find it with the Eliminator Grid T7 Tire. The lightweight casing and optimized tread pattern provide quick accelerations, but still offer a good degree of flat protection thanks to the reinforced sidewalls. This particular tire also benefits from Specialized's new Gripton T7 rubber compound, which is slightly firmer than the T9 compound. This makes for a fast rolling, highly durable tire, thus making it a great option for use as a rear tire and mating perfectly with a T9 tire up front.

  • A predictable, long-wearing tire for trail riding
  • T7 compound offers durability and low rolling resistance
  • Dual-ply casing offers good damping and flat protection
  • Butyl-wrapped bead is tubeless-ready

Tech Specs
CompoundGripton T7
Size29 x 2.3in
Typetubeless, clincher
CasingGrid Trail
Protectionsidewall
TPI60
PSI[29 x 2.3in] 25 - 50psi
Beadfolding
Recommended Usetrail
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Claimed Weight

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[29 x 2.3in] 890g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Fast, holds a line

Size Bought
2.3
Weight
168 lbs

I wanted to try something a little more aggressive than a Rekon 2.4 WT. I was willing to sacrifice a bit of rolling speed for added grip. This tire did not disappoint! The setup...Rear, 2.3, ENVE AM30, 25psi, Santa Cruz Tallboy. I found myself trying to find the limit of this tire straight away, stuffing it into ruts and rolling it onto it's side knobs at speed. The tire measured a true 2.3in at both the casing and the side knobs.

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>Rating: 4

Wow. Pretty ipressed!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
29x2.3
Height
6` 2"
Weight
160 lbs

I am always rather skeptical when it comes to trying new tires. I question the grip, feel, and protection. I have my favorites already, and it is one of those "if it works, don't fix it". However, I was proven wrong once again when I tried the new T7 rubber compound. During the first ride, I immediately noticed how grippy the tire was. I could push into any berm I wanted to and the tires just stuck. It wasn't just a first ride impression, that same feel has continued through the life of the tires. They hook up in any terrain, and will hold on off-camber turn. They just bite. In terms of protection, they handle anything I have thrown them into so far. I am not easy on equipment, but I do try to pick good lines. There has been some poor line choices during my time testing the tires, and I was certain I was going to flat. They came out the other side with air in the tires. The Gird Trail is great for any trail bike. If you need something more for those park laps, then a Grid Gravity is what you need. The life of the tires has far exceeded my expectations. I have almost 40hrs of riding on the tires, and there is little wear on the tires. This is unlike many competitors where knobs would be ripping off by now. I really only have one down side to these tires. I wish they had something between a 2.3" and 2.6". I am a fan of a tire around the 2.5" zone. I have been riding the 2.3" and it does almost measure to a 2.4" on a 30mm internal rim. It is just a small thing. I need to try a 2.6". This Eliminator is very similar to a Maxxis DHR. It has the same sort of braking power everyone loves about a DHR. It is a great tire on the rear. I prefer the Butcher in the front and Eliminator in the rear. It is similar to a Maxxis DHF and DHR combo.