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Thanks! I like that setup too!


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Here is mine with lowering kit just another look with a different angle I miss this bike wish I never sold her .

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Another way to go is to have Kossman widen your rear rim, and then buy a wider tire to fit. This way you have no cutting of the frame and you can keep the ability to have a rider sit behind you.

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Another way to go is to have Kossman widen your rear rim, and then buy a wider tire to fit. This way you have no cutting of the frame and you can keep the ability to have a rider sit behind you.
I did this before I did the sumoX kit and hated it sold the wheel before I even used it to another member . If your going for the fat tire look do it right go with Sumo .

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I did this before I did the sumoX kit and hated it sold the wheel before I even used it to another member . If your going for the fat tire look do it right go with Sumo .
So do you lose the ability to carry passengers with the sumo kit?
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Not if you don't want to. But you should talk to Kurt about it.


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So do you lose the ability to carry passengers with the sumo kit?
Not at all but you will have to use a suction cup passenger seat . The struts given to you in the sumo kit in my opinion are much stronger than the hollow subframe that you will cut off the bike .

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i did everything myself...one part at a time...saved a ton..on labor and parts
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post #20 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-09-2013, 12:59 AM
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Fat tire will make your bike monster that's a great idea but its all deponds on your bike measurements as well as engine performance if you want to buy fat tires with low profile. A best suggestion for you is that you should concern a garage.
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