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Old 12-26-2018, 11:32 AM
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Bike Year, Make, Engine: Midwest framed Fatbastard 2000
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Midwest fat bastard swing arm change

Hi all
I have a midwest fat bastard framed with a Revtech 100 4x4 motor .It has ktm 990 superduke upside down forks with a 21"alloy front wheel running zzr 1100 brake discs and brembo calipers , Air ride shocks and a 18" solid alloy rear wheel running a avon 250 Tyre .it has a bdl drive belt kit and open belts. I am thinking about putting a smaller rear wheel in to improve the handling and get a different look going .Has anybody got info on what i would need to do this i believe the rear swing arm is my main problem ,the pivot on the swing arm is 290mm or 11.4" is this the same as evo or twin cam frames ,will i have to get a standard gearbox main shaft to replace the extended one or can i just use the belt kit as it is . I know its a bit odd to come down in size but just fancy a change in style . Cheers for any help
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