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Old 12-07-10, 08:02 PM   #1
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full suspension bike with widest tire clearance?

Hi, I was wondering what full suspension bike can fit the widest tires?

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Care to narrow down your question a bit? There are lots of different types of FS bikes.
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Care to narrow down your question a bit? There are lots of different types of FS bikes.
I assumed it would be a DH bike, but I suppose I'd be interested for my present purposes in any kind of bike.
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3.0 rear, 3.7 front.

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bump

(I understand a fork is swappable, but what bike's rear triangle can fit really wide tires)
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