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give us some pics from the side... and maybe some weight on the back... and maybe you turning the wheel.
all those are reason they say 29.5 will not fit with no lift b/c it usually rubs. atleast it does with outlaws. i dunno if the swamp lites stand a true 29.5 or how much air you have in it.
but if you can fit them, good job. give yourself a pat on the back and have a cookie
 

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I them being swamplites play a large role. I am pretty sure outlaws want fit like that. How do you resize a pic I have alot more but it says it is too large.
 

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Robb the site admin here has been running 29.5 outlaws with minimal rubbing for a while and all he has done to make them fit is bend in the finder brackets and heat the rear finders to mold them out so they dont rub.
 

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Robb the site admin here has been running 29.5 outlaws with minimal rubbing for a while and all he has done to make them fit is bend in the finder brackets and heat the rear finders to mold them out so they dont rub.
Until I see a pic of that I call BS.
 

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Sweet Bike... But he will rub hard if he runs anything other than stock rims. I would think he hits the frame when he turns sharp.
 

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minimal rubbing is what he has said. there are others that run 29.5's on their foreman with same results. he does run his tires on stock wheels.
 

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Sweet Bike... But he will rub hard if he runs anything other than stock rims. I would think he hits the frame when he turns sharp.
What keeps yours from rubbing?
 
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