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Can i put a 200/55 17 rear tire on my stock 5.50 rim from my 06 roadliner s

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No it will rub

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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    Jeff Adkisson May 03, 2009

    well if you are good with it thats cool .keep riding it like that my 02 road star did not like it and cost me too much money for me to recommend it to anyone else

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