I didn't take it personally Gary. No sweat. Also wasn't thinking Pushkar might offer anything special. More like just providing the possibility of an upgrade like with forks and shocks. Besides Pushkar has more of my money than my present order requires and this way he wouldn't have to credit my card back.I’m sorry, Perhaps I was a little strong with my comment I just want everyone to be on the same page. Trying to put together parts to put these bikes together is a Herculean task right now. I am by no means an expert on hubs and wouldn’t know the difference between two if you showed it to me. if I ask Pushkar for anything special I always include the message like if this is going to be a hassle for you don’t worry about it I know you are very busy and I don’t want to slow up everyone else’s bike.
Looks like a great solution for my Hydra, thanks for posting. Anxious to be able to do the measurements to order the right size.View attachment 84353I first saw one yesterday in Darlinsk's post showing us her fantastic new Niner bike. The little pole comes in bungee corded together segments like a tent pole. Pull the bundle out of your pocket or wherever and they sort of assemble themselves into a rigid stick pretty much by themselves...electricbikereview.com
I have one. Works great.
Good luck with that. It’s not only the width but the height. The tires on the bike I posted are 26X5.05 and are taller than the 26X4.8 I prev had on it. They “fit” if you call fitting being able to get your finger between the frame and the tire. Personally I’d like a little more clearance.A old post from Pushkar says 5.0 will fit....
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I believe he shows the width of wide Hydra rear swing arm....
Yeah, I asked the question myself. IMO that tire doesn’t have enough clearance for any deflection or trail debris if you ride offroad. Really depends on what your definition of “fit” is.Post in thread 'FS Watt Wagons'