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The Big Phat Daddy is finally here.

The Big Phat Daddy is finally here.

Sinister Wheel has set the bar once again in high end motorcycle wheels, and has reaffirmed dominance in not only quality but size. Never before has a motorcycle wire wheel been available in 26 inches, a new standard set by Sinister that not only serves as a brand new line of customization and attitude – but also as a call to others to step up to the Big Phat Daddy standard. So far not one has answered.

The first 26” wire wheel remains unchallenged
This comes as no surprise, as the Big Phat Daddy Wheel is no trifling matter. Twenty-six inches of handcrafted Stainless Steel 304, all manufactured here in the USA, are customized to fit a myriad of rides. The soft lip, spokes, hub, and all components of the wheel are virtually available in all color combinations – offering the only wheel choice of its size, customized to fit your ride exactly.

We’d dare you to find another wheel that can match the Big Phat Daddy challenge – but instead you should just see for yourself. Check out sinisterwheel.com to see if the Bad Boy Lifestyle is for you, and if your bike can handle 26 inches of ultimate American-made perfection.

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How many scoots ya puttin them wheels on Puz?

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i like the black spoke wheel.. are they saying their rims are 304 stainless ?? if they had a 3.50x21 & 5.5 OR 6.0 X16 THAT WOULD ATTRACT ME FER SHORE.. a 23 would be cool too..

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I really don't understand the Tonka toy look...or maybe this is suppose to be a Hot Wheels theme.

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For me the chopper rides so much better with the 26" than the 21". Enough so that I've been riding the bike a lot more.

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So what was wrong with the tire/rim combo before?

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I don't know that there was anything wrong with the skinny 21" combo but rather the 26" rides better. I'm guessing that the weight of the 26" combined with the width of the tire all contribute to the smooth ride. My springer is working the best it has ever worked, velvet smooth. I was apprehensive about the tire profile at first and after putting some miles on the bike that is no longer a concern.

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I like Springers, but I have ridden some that made the bike ride like an old BuckWagon...

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You all should be running a 40 inch rear

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I like Springers, but I have ridden some that made the bike ride like an old BuckWagon...


I agree with you. I'd be curious on how many are not set up properly (I'm guilty of this). How many are over sprung in addition to having a shock. The combo I have now is real nice, enough so I logged 400 plus miles on the bike during Daytona. While that is not a lot of miles it is for seat time on the Chopper! 300 of those miles had a passenger on the bike, no complaints on the ride. That unexpected bump every now and then would be an eye opener.

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