A 250 MM Wide Tire Bagger Done Right

When 2 of the best of our industry work together, you get innovative solutions opening new avenues for the customization of our bikes. The objective that Rolling Thunder Frames and Baker Drivetrain wanted to reach was to offer an easy process to build a radical good looking, well balanced and comfortable 250 mm rear tire bagger. While keeping most of your OEM parts, and especially your OEM VIN#, the wide ride will make the drones of stock baggers seem quite modest.  This wide tire kit will provide the toughest of looks for most any dresser, while the right side-drive allows the correct balance and performance for a safe ride.  A 1.5” longer wheelbase keeps the geometry proportionate and the rubber-mounted design will keep the wide bike rolling smooth as a touring bike should. How can you achieve this? The first option is to send your OEM frame directly to Rolling Thunder Mfg, where they quickly, seamlessly, and professionally modify your frame to fit the 250mmRSD styling.  Your modified frame is then sent back to you together with your new transmission.  Another option is to simply purchase a brand new 250mm RSD Bagger frame package from Rolling Thunder, in any of the Evo, Twin Cam A or even Twin Cam B configurations which will include the appropriate Baker transmission to get you that special custom ride. How is it possible? Baker Drivetrain provides an industry’s first proprietary modular RSD transmission that allows a Softail primary configuration, the Baker FFP wet primary, the BAKER SBD belt drive or any 3rd party Softail primary. More information at 450-699-7045 or at Rolling Thunder Frames.


3 Responses to “A 250 MM Wide Tire Bagger Done Right”

  1. 1 Robert Torrez Mar 31st, 2008 at 10:38 pm

    Looks like an interesting combo for a correct built dresser. Price?

  2. 2 City Ryder Apr 1st, 2008 at 8:48 am

    Is it really necessary or just more Rolling Thunder Hype

  3. 3 Lynn Tankersley Aug 17th, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    Cost to convert frame? Do the modify FXR frames too? Any photos of completed conversions? Very interested ! I would to have a wide rear tire! Does the longer swingarm adversely affect handling? What fenders can be used? Any wide Flip Fat Bob fenders?

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