Ok so u can put a 10" Rim on the stock rear set up I thought u had to get a new swing arm??
a 280 is the maximum size rear tire that will fit the stock swingarm setup, and it can be a bit tedious getting it to fit.So a 280 on a stock rim would
work great. So a 300 is thAt big of a diff. I would think if the 10" rim fit a 300 would also
I didn't say that...and you'll get mixed opinions. Personally, I wouldn't run a 280 on a stock rim.So a 280 on a stock rim would
If I were gonna go fatter I would definately go 280. I just don't see that much difference between the 280 and the 300 and there's a lot more expense / tweak to do the 300. JMO...So a 300 is thAt big of a diff. I would think if the 10" rim fit a 300 would also
10-4!:bigthumbsup:No I meant a 280 on a stock swing arm would work great I am using my phone it is sometimes hard to see but I know I would never go bigger than a 260 on stock I read ur FAQ hink sorry guys I meant that if I got a 10 " rim and put a 280 on in would work great with the stock swing arm
stock rim you can run a 240, 250 or 260 tire with the stock swingarm..Hey guys got a question myself, I bought my 9 used and never even thought about it until now. But, my question is what is the standard size rim on the 9? I look at my bike and noticed the tires are fronts-130/70 r18 dunlop's, backs-260/40 vr 18 is these tires for the standard rim or 10 inch?
ok thanks guys I just wanted to make sure what size rim I had. also helps with my descion on buying the fireball led rims, didnt want to lose any size.stock rim you can run a 240, 250 or 260 tire with the stock swingarm..
10 inch rim you can run a 280 with stock swingarm..
10 inch rim, DLP swingarm or notched swingarm you can run a 300 ... plus u will have to work the inner fender....
:bigthumbsup: Clear as mudd.... lol