Why Is the Sym Joymax 125 Rear Wheel Smaller Than the Front?

by Ljupco
(Skopje, Macedonia)

My Sym 125

My Sym 125

I like my scooter but only one thing... Why isn't the rear wheel 13" like the front wheel?

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Feb 11, 2011
rear wheel
by: Anonymous

is it possible to change the rear wheel from 12" to 13" ?

May 11, 2009
by: Ljupco

and how you like colors of my sym 125?

May 10, 2009
Rear tire smaller.
by: EAB

On scooters, as a rule, the smaller the back tire the more room for storage and/or the lower you can make the seating. One of the most extreme examples of this is the Honda Helix which has a 10" rear tire and sits extremely low.

May 10, 2009
by: Anonymous

ok anonymous,i know that what you say but 250ccm model of sym have same sizes front and rear wheeles and it s more stabile

May 10, 2009
Rear wheel size
by: Anonymous

The rear wheel is smaller to help improve the scooter rake and trail which will improve the scooter handling at high speeds.

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