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Looking for a fat tire kit and wheels for my M50 do they exist if so where

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I need to replace the tires and casters on my probasics wheelchair. I am not sure what I should order and whether the tires come on the wheels ot what.

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It can indeed! I actually just installed a 3" lowering kit on my boulevard M50. If you go to he sells lowering kits for just 35 bucks! I was able to install the kit in about an hour with an assistant.
Just in case you do end up getting the M50 and the lowering kit, here are a few things I'd like to clarify when installing the kit. There were a few minor technique issues we ran into.
The directions say to break loose the head of the bolts, but I recommend breaking loose the nuts on the other side. You will know what I mean when you are installing. The nuts have more surface area for the sockets to grab. The head of the screws don't offer much.
Another tip, when you have the nuts off the bolts, the directions say to take the weight off the rear wheel. Technically there is zero weight on the rear wheel when it has been jacked up into the air. The directions really meant to take the weight of the wheel off the swingarm by having your assistant or your wife or neighbor come over and try to lift the wheel up a little bit. The bolts will just slide around freely once you do that.
Anyways, to answer the original question again, offers a 3" lowering kit for the M50. This allows shorter riders to reach the ground a bit easier at stop lights, etc. For me, I just thought it'd made the bike look way cooler lol!
Hope that helped you out!

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