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120 Width tire - hitting coolant reservoir.

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I put on a 120 width tire on my 2007 WR450. I really like the bigger tire. About this same time I had a little wreck.

Those of you that have added a 120, do you hit your coolant reservoir or side panel?

I'm asking this because it could be that my sub frame is tweaked and that is causing my issue.

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Mine only hits when hitting some larger bumps which isn't every time but annoying. I'm assuming you are fine when you are going through the bumps?

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yess. no issues throughout its travel. Try adding a couple washers behind everything and see if it helps. You dont want that tire rubbing a hole in the bottle. You could end up sucking mud and dirt into the system.

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There is no reason for a 120 tire to hit the coolant bottle, unless it is a 'extreme' tire like the tractionator.

The 120 dimension does not account for side knobby width, so the fact that it is a 120 is irrelevant.

Check your wheel alignment.

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There is no reason for a 120 tire to hit the coolant bottle, unless it is a 'extreme' tire like the tractionator.

The 120 dimension does not account for side knobby width, so the fact that it is a 120 is irrelevant.

Check your wheel alignment.

The tire im using is the tractionator enduro it and its bigger (width wise) than all the other 120's ive used: kendas, michelins, bridgestones. That being said.. What tire are you using rmk? are the wheel spacers properly seated?

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I'm running the Maxxis Desert IT. Looking at my subframe with closer inspection, I believe that it's bent on that side causing my issue. I wrecked a few months before getting this tire and really never realized that side of the subframe. I have checked my wheel alignment and it doesn't seem off.

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We run a IRC 140's and nothing touches. Bend your sub frame back straight.

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