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Here's my '09 Roadliner (Raidliner) with Raider front/rear fender and Raider wheels. I went with a 240 Dunlop Elite 3 in the back and it literally bolted on. Having the Raider rear fender made the rear tire exchange very easy! Bike gained height so I'm seriously considering lowering rear next.





 

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I'd definitely lower the rear. It'd look good with the Raider fender. I running a 240 on a Raider wheel and Roadliner rear fender on mine.


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Looks good - so was the Raider rear end swap a complete "no mods required" bolt on? Did you acquire the Raider rear fender and fender mounts from another rider or go with new?
 

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Looks good - so was the Raider rear end swap a complete "no mods required" bolt on? Did you acquire the Raider rear fender and fender mounts from another rider or go with new?
I can't comment on the rear fender swap because i bought the bike with it already installed. The wheel swap was literally a bolt-on swap. Not a single mod needed.
 

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Wheel swap is a bolt-on mod as long as you are also installing the Raider front rotors.
Not sure what you mean? If you're putting a Raider wheel on the front, you have to put different rotors on.
If you are putting Raider wheels on a Stratoliner/ Roadliner then you have to use Raider front rotors because the Stratoliner/ Roadliner front rotors will not bolt up to the Raider wheel. The rear rotor is the same between both bikes.
 
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