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Re: ??? about rear tire sizes

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06-17-2003 21:51:47

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You've mentioned three different sizes. 13x28 is an old size marking. Current size is 14.9x28. 13.6 is new size, old size is 12x28 (rim width is 12). 16.9 is new size marking, needs at least a 14 inch rim. You can succesfully go one inch bigger or smaller on a typical rim. Oversize option on a WD45 was a 13x28 old size=14.9x28 new size. You are trying to put a D17 tire on a WD45. Your ground speed would increase.

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06-18-2003 19:53:12

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 Re: Re: ??? about rear tire sizes in reply to JMS/MN, 06-17-2003 21:51:47  
My 45 had 16.9's on it when I got it and the wheels could not be set all the way in. They were one position out from that and had alread caught the back end of one fender and buckled it forward. You do not want 16.9's
It now has new GoodYear 14.9's and it still runs downhill.
I still have them one position out from being all the way in and there is good fender clearance. I looked at them all the way in and was afraid they would catch again. Mine look like a taller profile than other 14.9's I have seen.

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