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I am no expert but

For the 1st gen, if you take the front fender off, there seems to be 3 to 3.5 inches clearance between the fork... So to me it looked like you could almost get a front tire the size of the rear one.

Never tried though, if anybody has, please share your exprience :)

Was it driveable at all ? How wide did you go ?
 

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Even with the 120 front we had to cut the bolt head thickness in 1/2 to keep the tire from rubbing. Maybe with out the fender,Butt Why?

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There really wasn't any real reason for the question, Just more out of curiosity. I thought I saw a post on here about someone running a 130 front or something like that, But really couldn't see it being practical. I had no intentions of actually running a 130, was just asking theoreticaly.
 

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bobthebiker said:
the only thing you'd realyy be doing by going 130 up front is reducing your cornering ability. most I'd go to is a 120/70/17.
Thanks for your input :) What would be the equivalent of that for 16' rollers ? 120/80/16 or else ???
 
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