F.B.I. As Fat Baggers Inc.

You already know. Baggers are big again. And Baggers owners like it fat with a rear wheel up to 300 mm. Yes, it’s possible. Gary Chipp, founder of Fat Baggers Inc, and his family have been in the motorcycle industry since 1973 and a franchise Harley Davidson dealer since 1984. Fat Baggers Inc evolved from customer request as they were looking for a way to get more rubber under their baggers. Gary fabricated the parts needed to install a wide tire on a friend’s bagger. As soon as the bike hit the road the requests started pouring in. It soon became evident that there was a market for a new business, and Fat Baggers Inc was born. Very interesting, F.B.I. has a mobile installation trailer for rallies and they will install a fat tire kit while you wait. By the way, a 21” front wheel looks very good on a touring bike. Next, they will be at the Laughlin River Run (April 25/29) and Myrtle Beach Bike Week (May 11/20). But you must reserve your spot by going to their website. Fat Baggers Inc.


6 Responses to “F.B.I. As Fat Baggers Inc.”

  1. 1 Brad Mar 23rd, 2007 at 10:30 am

    For a bagger i think the best combo is 200 mm rear and 21″ front. 300 mm rear is a handicap when turning

  2. 2 DJ Chopper God Mar 23rd, 2007 at 1:58 pm

    Can’t argue with that combo!!!

  3. 3 Doc Robinson Mar 23rd, 2007 at 3:49 pm

    I have a FBI kit fitted to my ’04 FLHTCSE, 200 rear 18″ and 18″ front. Handles great, looks sensational!

  4. 4 John Smolinski Mar 27th, 2007 at 10:51 am

    These guys really know their stuff!!! Hey Gary and Chad, congratulations to F.B.I. on a making baggers worth talkin about!!!

    John Smolinski
    American Iron Magazine

  5. 5 snake alley customs Mar 27th, 2007 at 11:45 am

    We’ve been doing fat tire bikes and baggers for years.Just about any tire combo works. In fact a couple of years ago at Sturgis I showed F.B.I. a roadking I did with a 240 rear LSD with a 180 front,handles like its on rails and looks bad ass. Also I just got done with a bagger with a 200 rear and a 200 front looks and handles great.

    Marty Behan
    Snake Alley Customs Chicago

  6. 6 DJ Chopper God Mar 27th, 2007 at 5:47 pm

    Marty I dig yer bikes. Anybody who wears a Jungle Jim shirt is o.k. by me!!!

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