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Old 11-28-2017, 01:21 AM
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Need some help for my CFL

Hi guys. First let me say that my English is not so good because I'm Thai. I would like to know that can I put a 200 250 or 300 rear tire to my CFL1? also can I use any bigger than 5.5" 6" rear wheel as well?. And everyone know where I can find WCC wheels(not spoke wheel) I actually prefer WCC Doom wheels or any WCC wheels as well.

This is my very first WCC and very hard to find parts in Thailand, and I'm also looking for some part such as Doom wheels, spiderweb, super duper handle bar, 6 shooter oil cap, F U hand grip, and coffin air cleaner etc. Everyone who willing to share me some knowledge you can contact me by Wittawat_piam@hotmail.com

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A 200 x 18 or a 17" 210mm is the widest you can put on a stock CFL frame without mods. The 17" requires a 17x6" wheel. Weld wheels made the Doom wheel they are no longer making motorcycle wheels. You would need to find used if you want the doom design.
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A 200 x 18 or a 17" 210mm is the widest you can put on a stock CFL frame without mods. The 17" requires a 17x6" wheel. Weld wheels made the Doom wheel they are no longer making motorcycle wheels. You would need to find used if you want the doom design.
Thank for reply. Can I put 18 x 6" rear wheel? And where I can find new or used Doom Wheel?

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Thank for reply. Can I put 18 x 6" rear wheel? And where I can find new or used Doom Wheel?

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Most guys run 18 x 5.5 wheels. Don't know how much difference visually that extra 1/2" would make.

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Most guys run 18 x 5.5 wheels. Don't know how much difference visually that extra 1/2" would make.
Thank bro. And how wide for a front wheel that most guys run 2.15" 2.5" 3".
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Thank bro. And how wide for a front wheel that most guys run 2.15" 2.5" 3".
Usually a 21x2.15 with MH90-21 or 90/90-21 tires. You can also run an 80/90-21 but its super narrow.
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Usually a 21x2.15 with MH90-21 or 90/90-21 tires. You can also run an 80/90-21 but its super narrow.
Bro what kind of openbelt that most people use for their bike?
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Bro what kind of openbelt that most people use for their bike?
The CFL frame is designed to accommodate late-90's Softail hardware, so you can run most anything that will fit that model/year range. Most popular brands are Primo, BDL, and Ultima. Most guys run 3" belts.
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The CFL frame is designed to accommodate late-90's Softail hardware, so you can run most anything that will fit that model/year range. Most popular brands are Primo, BDL, and Ultima. Most guys run 3" belts.
What kind of speed transmission that come with hydraulic clutch use mostly with WCC.

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What kind of speed transmission that come with hydraulic clutch use mostly with WCC.

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Anything late 90's Softail. 5-speed or 6-speed, LSD (left-side drive). Baker, Ultima, and factory gearboxes are all popular choices. You can run a chain drive with a 200mm rear tire, or belt drive with a 180mm tire.
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Anything late 90's Softail. 5-speed or 6-speed, LSD (left-side drive). Baker, Ultima, and factory gearboxes are all popular choices. You can run a chain drive with a 200mm rear tire, or belt drive with a 180mm tire.
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Anything late 90's Softail. 5-speed or 6-speed, LSD (left-side drive). Baker, Ultima, and factory gearboxes are all popular choices. You can run a chain drive with a 200mm rear tire, or belt drive with a 180mm tire.
Hey bro. If I can find adaptor for BDL TF2000 drive belt for spade drive belt cover, will the cover exactly fit to BDL drive belt?
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Old 12-07-2017, 03:28 AM
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Hey bro. If I can find adaptor for BDL TF2000 drive belt for spade drive belt cover, will the cover exactly fit to BDL drive belt?
I'm not familiar with that specific model of belt drive (however I know a lot of guys do run the Evo-9S kit), but you can call them up and check to see if they have the same mounting configuration for the belt drive cover.

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WCC belt drive covers *should* be a direct bolt-on for BDL drives, since they both use a 4-bolt mounting pattern. For the Primo belt drives (2-bolt mounting scheme) you would need an adapter which can be readily found on ebay. Good luck man.
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