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    Gravity Deadeye Vs Deadeye Monster fat bike.

    I know it isn't technically a Motobecane but since Motobecane and anything Bikes Direct go hand in hand, I posted here.

    Anyways, I am looking at these two bikes and besides the tire size, I see no difference. Except the Deadeye claims it will fit tires up to 3.5" and the Deadeye Monster claims it will fit tires up to 4.5". Both bikes list the same fork and same wheels. So is there a difference in the frame?
    Just stick it in granny and start grinding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    I know it isn't technically a Motobecane but since Motobecane and anything Bikes Direct go hand in hand, I posted here.

    Anyways, I am looking at these two bikes and besides the tire size, I see no difference. Except the Deadeye claims it will fit tires up to 3.5" and the Deadeye Monster claims it will fit tires up to 4.5". Both bikes list the same fork and same wheels. So is there a difference in the frame?
    I would like to know this for sure too. I see some references over here: http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/gra...ke-937309.html
    but it didn't sound like official word from BikesDirect. Anyone got an email about it or actually tried a 4" tire on the non-monster deadeye singlespeed?

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