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Hi guys,

I was looking at a KOT MS2 and have been wondering about the rear end, the wheel!

Where i have looked it says you can run a maximum rim size of 47mm but a Echo drilled 06 rim is 48mm

What i was wanting to know would it be possible to run a Echo rim? as 1/2 a mill each side cant make that much difference can it?

And would a 2.5 maxxis tyre be able to fit?

Cheers for the help guys

Smithy

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Hi guys,

I was looking at a KOT MS2 and have been wondering about the rear end, the wheel!

Where i have looked it says you can run a maximum rim size of 47mm but a Echo drilled 06 rim is 48mm

What i was wanting to know would it be possible to run a Echo rim? as 1/2 a mill each side cant make that much difference can it?

And would a 2.5 maxxis tyre be able to fit?

Cheers for the help guys

Smithy

i think you should be able to (i think ). if you have 1/2 mill at each side that should work. but the tire might not if it bulges out to much it will chatch and got any pics of the kot ms2 please.

chris

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i think you should be able to (i think ). if you have 1/2 mill at each side that should work. but the tire might not if it bulges out to much it will chatch and got any pics of the kot ms2 please.

chris

I havent got one i am looking at one, but i want the echo rims and theres no point me getting a KOT if the rims im getting wont fit!

Cheeers

Smithy

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i think you should be able to (i think ). if you have 1/2 mill at each side that should work. but the tire might not if it bulges out to much it will chatch and got any pics of the kot ms2 please.

chris

i agree with you, i think it should fit...

and here's a pic

IPB Image

i don't know if that picture worked,

so here's a link

http://tartybikes.co.uk/image.php?image=ms2-1.jpg

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Hi.My mates got one and they ride realy nice. I would say that the rim would fit fine, but i'm not too sure about fitting a 2.5" tire, as my mate's 2.4" just fits. The one downside about the frame is how much the chainstays flex through braking, although you get this with alot of frames there is quite a bit of flex in this frame and a booster would help alot.

Hope this has helped (Y)

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