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Ranger TCS Tubeless Tire - 29in

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$68.95 - $87.95
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Why We Like The Ranger TCS Tubeless Tire

Faster than fast and quicker than quick the WTB Ranger TCS Tubeless Tire gets us up and down the trail with confidence and ease. We choose this tire for getting rowdy on hardpack and loose during our cross-country races. The 120tpi sidewall option conforms to rocks for more traction in technical terrain, while the 60tpi option offers more robust puncture resistance.


  • Fast-rolling and lightweight trail and cross-country use tire
  • 120tpi sidewalls make for smooth rolling on rough terrain
  • 60tpi sidewall adds puncture resistance and longer tread life
  • Tubeless-ready design means a smoother ride at lower pressures
  • Item #WTBF14V
TCS Light/Fast Rolling
29 x 2.25in, 29 x 2.4in
60, 120
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
mountain biking, trail, cross-country

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

May 14, 2024

50/50 before getting a chance to ride

Ordered two 29 x 2.4s and one had the wobble. Tried multiple ways of correcting it. It seated as easy asany other tire, though they are little tough to mount on the rim without the use of levers. The only other tire I've struggled with is a Continental Krypotal DH/Super Soft. I place it between that and a Krypotal Enduro/Soft for the amount of struggle mounting. Out of the last dozen or so various tires I've bought, only had one other model that had the wobble (a Maxxis Assegai). As I'm still waiting on other parts and my frame to build up, I haven't had the chance to see how at least the one tire rides. This also meant I'm beyond the 30 day mark for returns. I still reached out since it is a defective tire. A Gearhead responded to my email/request to return quickly with the offer to exchange for another of the same or pick something else and pay the difference if there was any. That was nearly two weeks ago that he first responded. I responded the same day opting to get two of another tire and paying the difference. Since then I've followed up twice. No response.

Scott B