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With my last mod for the winter, I am taking the plunge and modifying the rear to put a 300MM tire on. Found a local fabricator that's widening my rim to 10 inches and notching out my swingarm to make room for MAX tire. I saw that RAW DESIGNS does it in their kits (swingarm) so now I dropped off my parts and wait for the fab work. When it's all said and done it should be just under a grand including the tire.

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You are going to go with a notched out swingarm?!?!?! :eek:

oh, you also have to modify the metal fender to make it work.
 

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My thought too..... Doesn't the stock swingarm fail enough as it is? Sounds pretty scary to me.

I thought the Raw Designs unit was steel, so, much stronger and can take the stress of the notch.
No, DLP's is steel,,,
 

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ok,,, that says nothing bro,,, it is a cast aluminum swingarm,,, you figure it out,,,

p.s. I have DLP's "Steel" swingarm.

Cycle House STEEL swingarm for the M109. Will accept a 300 Avon tire on a 10 inch rear wheel. Slight mod to right side of the rear fender is also required. Other wheels will require modification to the manufacturers wheelhubs.
CYCLE HOUSE M109SWABLACK
CYCLE HOUSE M109SWACHROME

http://www.directlineparts.com/product.asp?pid=7440&str=290
 

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