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Ironhorse rigid to a softail question

Thanks for adding me .
I have a question on tire size. Can someone tell me the widest factory tire put on a harley and what frame it is .. I have a Ironhorse 240 tire rigid that i want. to take the back half off of whatever frame it is and make a softail wide tire bagger with it just for something to do with my son. Thanks .
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Old 03-24-2018, 10:25 PM
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Harley rocker and breakout both with 240 tire
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After trying a range of bikes with tires from 130 to 300 , and feel that 200 is the most practical and wide enough for the ‘looks’. The bikes are perfectly centered and balanced with LSD.
If I were going to go with the fat rear, my front would be comparably fat as well.

I think most stock Harleys can and do run 3.5-5.5” rims in the rear ranging tires from 130- to 180 without much modifications.
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