Looks really goodYou can see how much the original tire widens with the 3.5" rim. As far as the "DeathWing" moniker here, I haven't noticed any real issues in my limited ownership, which most miles were on loose sand.
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The thing I have noticed is that it telegraphs what it's going to do - like in slow motion. This has to be the most stable bike I've owned - love it. I can see the attraction to these cool machines.
That skinny tire & rim on mt TW is just there to keep my bike off the jack