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Hey, guys! So after months of unsuccessfully looking for a nice used Dual Sport, I've decided to take my trusted CR125 and do a Supermoto conversion. I've had the bike for 3 1/2 years and while it's not perfect (or practical), the bike hasn't failed me. It runs great and is as reliable as you can get.

With all of that said, I have a couple of questions regarding this kind of conversion. Keep in mind, I plan on getting a set of wheels from Warp 9 and I live in a state that is easy to get a bike plated.

1. Do I have to swap out the forks or do anything to them (or the swingarm) in order to fit the wheels onto my bike?

2. Should I go with tube-in or tubeless tires? In theory, I prefer the latter but I've heard plenty of pros/cons to doing either.

3. What's the best sprocket size for this kind of set up?

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