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    Can a non-Alternator Mukluk fit a 29+ Plus Tire?

    Specifically, I'm looking at the blue 2012 model. Has anyone been able to fit a 29+ wheel in the rear?
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    I can't prove it, but I think I read somewhere on these forums that it does not work.

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    Silly me didn't even think to search. Seems like it's a no go:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/201...ds-860919.html

    Or, after some more searching, maybe a go:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/kna...ml#post9768059

    Dang, I thought I had a clear answer after that first search.

    Still looking for some definitive answer. All the pictures I've seen have been alternator style Mukluks, so I'm guessing no.



    Quote Originally Posted by rth009 View Post
    I can't prove it, but I think I read somewhere on these forums that it does not work.
    http://www.bikingtoplay.blogspot.com/
    RIGID, not "ridged" or "ridgid"
    PEDAL, not "peddle." Unless you're selling stuff

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