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    Big Tire BW200 Rear Front Tire

    Hey anyone that can give me information on this? I need the measurement of the wide Duro tire too. Give me what you got I need details.

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    Hello and welcome! What he said^^.

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    Here is a visual for you. From left to right - Duro, stock TW200, BW200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    Here is a visual for you. From left to right - Duro, stock TW200, BW200.

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    Man that's a super clean BW200 Brian is that yours ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauew View Post
    Hey anyone that can give me information on this? I need the measurement of the wide Duro tire too. Give me what you got I need details.
    Are you the same "Beauew" from eBay by chance ? Those were some beauties you had on there last week
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlacerLode View Post
    Man that's a super clean BW200 Brian is that yours ?
    It was, but I sold it. I didn't really have much use for a strictly offroad vehicle. If I could have made it street legal, it would have been fun riding it around town!

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    Yep, one and the same.
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    Hi Mike,

    The BW200's are pretty basic bikes. The engines are essentially the same as on TW's with a few exceptions. BW's have a compression release system that is tied in to the kickstarter, a different carb, and a different (shorter) output shaft. BW's use a jackshaft to compensate for the offset between the drive sprocket on the engine and rear sprocket on super wide rear wheel/tire. I would suggest paying close attention to the sprockets and chains on the jackshaft arrangement. Mine was kind of rusty in those areas and it would be pretty complicated to get in there and start replacing and adjusting those sprockets and chains.

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    That's about all that I can think to be on the lookout for.

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    p.s. Just for reference, I paid $1,500 for mine and sold it 2 months later for $2,000. All I really did to it was clean it up a little bit.
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