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Has anyone got any photos of 100mm rims mounted on the rear of their 907?

I was wondering about a 2nd wheelset for beachriding on my 2011 frame, but I do wonder about the frame clearance when using these rims & regular Larry, even though it is stated they do fit.

Just want to see how snug they are :thumbsup:
 

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Oh yeah maybe that was you who I was referring too and MauricioB. Oops.
That was me. I had a BFL on a 70mm UMA 2 in my 2010 for a while, but when I'd stand to pedal it would rub the chainstays. Went back to an Endo on the rear. I suspect you'd be fine with a 100mm rim/3.7 or 3.8 tire, but I haven't tried it myself.
 

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i have 2 sets of wheels for my current 9:Zero:7
- flat top 100's/larry rear, BFL up front
- marge lite/huskies
running MWOD crank, moonlander spindle, and front deraileur adapter
all gears...
direct,easy swap...great to have both...

JayP
 

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907 2012 without offset + FlatTop 100 + BFL + 5-8 PSI (On 15 PSI rear wheel not fit to frame)

Photo after several trips.

fatbikes.com recommended to me this setup. no apologies, no decision from them I have not received so far.

very bad service.

now I buy moonlander and happy with rear wheel clearance!
 

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Have you got any pics?
I've got some 100mm rims. I'll lend one to you so you can fit a BFL, Larry, Nate, or Endo to it and measure how far into your stays it will go. Then there's no need to get 100mm rims to build a wheel unless it works.

I could also do this with my 907, but I suspect my mudguards would get in the way, so I'd have to remove them.
 

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Velo, I have to go to Norway for a couple of weeks, but I might take you up on your offer when I get back & maybe catch up for a ride somewhere:)

My bike is an "old" 135mm frame, so there is no way a BFL is going to fit in the rear. It doesn't even work with 80mm rims :nono:
 
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