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    Need a bigger fat bike

    Im 66 250 37 inseam

    id love a full suspension bike but nothing fits
    the suspension cant hold my weight maybe in the parking lot, but not in attack mode.

    id love a bike to run 3.8 tires on.

    suggestions?

    Eg.frame size 690 stack. 720 top tube. 475 reach. 450 chain stays

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    Sounds like the perfect candidate for a custom frame.

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    I like turtles

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    I am 6'5" and run a wozo with 50mm stem and a magnum fork set at 120mm. Might go 140mm in the future, but not sure, I like how it handles, but the steerer was cut short and would like a bit more stack, therefore either switch forks or change the spring for the 140mm....

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