Voltbike Yukon 750 vs Biktrix Duo 750 hub vs other?

Headdamage

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I've recently sold my A2B Metro ebike, great for commuting but no good off road mostly due to the small diameter wheels and poor tire options. I bought it used about 10 years ago and got good service from it. It was 36v 12ish Ah 500w direct drive hub peaking close to 750w.

Now I'm looking for a new ebike for this year.

Some limiting factors:
- Located in Calgary Alberta (13% tariff makes importing a bike a bit expensive)
- I weigh 320lbs (most bikes I've found seem to be limited to 275lbs)
- Would like a bike for fire roads, trails, hunting, etc... and be legal to use in the City

At this point I've narrowed it down to:
- Voltbike Yukon 750, load capacity 320lb, 750w Bafang (guessing it is a 500w in reality)
- Biktrix Juggernaut Duo, load capacity 330lb (life time warranty on frame), 750w Bafang (real 750 or a 500?)
- Maybe the EUNORAU 48V250W+350W FAT-AWD though this seems like it might be more of a gimmick bike, I'm not sure if it is a good option but it does claim a 370lb load capacity.

I would like the mid drive but the prices are way out there for most of these.

Another option I've been interested in is putting a BBS02 or BBSHD on my 2008 Kona Hoss though I will not have fat tires if I go this route and I feel that I might really like them for what I have in mind.

Last question is could I retro fit a BBS02 or BBSHD to either the Yukon or the Duo down the road if I find I need more climbing power? The shape of the frames concerns me, looks like it might interfere with retro fitting a mid drive.

Thanks for any help!