Zeel Design 300 MM Tire Left Side Drive Kit








Us, custom builders, we try all kind of new things, and each time we do it we create a new trend generating a new style of bikes. Remember the start of the fat tire kits craze with the 180 mm Avon tire? It’s not so long ago. Now, a 300 mm rear tire is quite common on custom bikes built from the ground up with custom after-market frames, but still rare installed on stock Harley Softails. Why? Because of technical issues too complex for the average garage builder or motorcycle shop. Until somebody like Michael Long from Zeel Design in Quebec Canada realizes that many stock Harley riders would ride fat if it was relatively simple and not prohibitive to install. Ditto this new release 300 mm left side drive kit (it means everything to do the conversion) with –here the merit and the beauty of the system- no offset and a price supposedly half of the one of the competition. Zeel Design  Tel: 450-772-5962

4 Responses to “Zeel Design 300 MM Tire Left Side Drive Kit”

  1. 1 Luis Accora Apr 26th, 2007 at 2:56 pm

    I really wonder how it can be done without offsettting engine/transmission on a stock Softail. Anyone would explain tome?

  2. 2 Nicker Apr 27th, 2007 at 2:39 am

    How close is the “way-fat” tire craze to bing played out?

    A CAD model my project seemed to loose all proportion over 200…..?

    Ended up lacing a 16×5.5 to the hub and mounting a 200 Avon.

    How many of the TV build offs are still doing 250-300..???

    inquiring minds want to know…:)

  3. 3 Michael Apr 30th, 2007 at 5:02 pm

    The kit uses a jackshaft on the pivot point of the swingarm. This allows for a constant belt lenght when suspension is moving. It also uses the new carbon fiber belts that are found on new H-D. Thinner but stronger.

    Bigger is sometimes better!

  4. 4 Silas Feb 16th, 2010 at 7:09 am

    Yes, I am trying to understand how it can de done without offset the transmission. And why other 300 kits needs right side transmission and this one from Zeel does not need. Someone has installed one? Pictures? Thanks

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