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Bike to convert into ebike | 375 LBS

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Bike to convert into ebike | 375 LBS

Hey all! I realize this might be a difficult task. Looking to not spend 2k. Maybe like 1000 if possible.
Would a Trek 820 work + some heavy duty wheels be enough to support my weight on paved trails and some gravel trails? Would velomine tires work best? or does anyone have any recommendation of a bike + tire combo that would work. Thanks!
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