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    Quote Originally Posted by Down View Post
    Doesn't make a difference once it's mounted, just roll with it.
    Okey doke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMainMuel View Post
    Hugo is a darksider. I dig the way these tires look, but gotta say - that's a sharp edge. Anyone else ever ran one of these on the rear?

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    I have run this tire for 3-4 years now. Rides great. Itís on a hardtail with a foot clutch too. I can definitely feel when I lean over onto the edge, but it is totally manageable. Itís never presented an issue with sticking or turning. Itís good for burnouts as well. 👍🏻Click image for larger version. 

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    Right on! Glad to hear it. Thanks man.

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    Quick mock up while I work on the rear wheel and try to finish up the wiring.

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    Got the rear wheel put back together. New bearings, new rubber. This tire is a lot taller than the stock one. No rubbing issues sitting still, but I'm sure that will change with all the potholes in Columbus. I managed to break off the brakestay bolt inside the swingarm. Funny how something simple like putting a wheel on can turn in to a lot of work I didn't plan to do.

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