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Does anyone know if I can go up in width on a rear backtire W.O having to bump up rim sizes?
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Does anyone know if I can go up in width on a rear backtire W.O having to bump up rim sizes?
Im not sure, I've always kept the same size of rim on my snowboard when I have upsized the tires.

The video is shaky as all hell, and dirt biking does not appeal to me at all, nor would this video belong in the "snowboarding lifestyle" forum.....
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Im not sure, I've always kept the same size of rim on my snowboard when I have upsized the tires.

The video is shaky as all hell, and dirt biking does not appeal to me at all, nor would this video belong in the "snowboarding lifestyle" forum.....
Im sorry, I should have posted in the appropriate thread.
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vid is ok but looks like a blast.
I always wanted to ride dirt bikes just no where near me to ride really.
Hitting the trails like that looks like a blast

-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"
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Thank you, But the thread is being moved to here. http://www.snowboardingforum.com/off...ml#post1030817

I love it, its a bunch of fun and helps with boarding too, surprisingly.
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Does anyone know if I can go up in width on a rear backtire W.O having to bump up rim sizes?
yeah you can go up in width from a 100 to a 110 maybe 120
that song sucked (imo) other than that pretty cool vid, ive been on my 250f alot lately too tons of fun

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Sorry about the song, Thanks tho. And Ill finish off this season with the one I got, no point paying a couple hundred for a set of tires for them to sit through the winter.
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