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    Did the m109 rim and 240, has anyone done the 280 tire on this m90?

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    280 tire is not recmmended ona stock width M109R rim. Bulges way too much causing very odd wear patterns. Does the M90 have room n the swing arm for a 10 inch rim? That's the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wil M90 View Post
    Did the m109 rim and 240, has anyone done the 280 tire on this m90?
    I’m very confident that the 280 tire will not fit inside the stock M90 Swing Arm. Nor will it fit with the stock M90 Rear Fender. In addition, it is not recommended to install a 280 tire on a stock M109R wheel, due to irregular tire wear, and safety concerns. If anyone has information to refute my assertions, please chime in, as I would be extremely surprised to hear that someone, somewhere made that combination work. I just can’t imagine it happening, due to the smaller size of the M90 bike itself.

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    Im mounting a aftermarket 8.5 wheel like the m109 that it has with the 240. The 280 with the after market wheel came off a m109 with original swing arm and even wear on the tire. Will post pics with results soon.

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    The 280 mounted on a stock 8.5” rear wheel will fit inside the stock M109R and rear fender, but that size tire is not recommended for use with the stock 8.5” rear wheel. The M109R stock swing arm and rear fender are totally different than the M90. I'll be very surprised if that 280 tire fits inside the stock M90 swing arm and rear fender without rubbing badly.

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