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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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200MM wide tire install on customer bike

In the middle of round 2 of upgrades on our customer Andy’s Bobber. Custom 18” Canyon Wheels with 200 wide rear tire.
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Sweet. I also like the clean side-mount license bracket.
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Did that rear wheel and tire go straight on or did you have to mod anything ? that looks great .
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Did that rear wheel and tire go straight on or did you have to mod anything ? that looks great .
It is bolt one, requires offset sprockets and 520 chain that canyon includes. Rear fender has to go.
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Looks really good - both the tire and his bike in general.
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I wonder if a shortened rear fender will fit?
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Sweet. I also like the clean side-mount license bracket.



Agreed on the side mount plate integrated as a chain adjustment block. Slick design!
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It is bolt one, requires offset sprockets and 520 chain that canyon includes. Rear fender has to go.

If I was to buy the wheel and tire package how much would I be looking at ? Do they have a web site ? And does the wheel/tire effect the braking at all ?


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It is bolt one, requires offset sprockets and 520 chain that canyon includes. Rear fender has to go.

If I was to buy the wheel and tire package how much would I be looking at ? Do they have a web site ? And does the wheel/tire effect the braking at all ?


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Canyon has the 16” setup on their site. We ordered these in special order 18” sizes. This setup is around $3100 with rims, tires, chain and sprockets. Wouldn’t think it would have much effect on braking.
The 200 won’t fit a shortened fender, the 180 it would have fit.
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