Getting back to the rear wheel, the chromed billet 20X7-incher (all Big Dog wheels are designed in house) is wrapped in a new Avon 220mm skin, which is exclusive to Big Dog and specifically for the Wolf. It's also the narrowest rubber you'll find on any of the Big Dog models, due to the fact that the Wolf is available with a convertible saddlebag option. The slimmer 220 tire and bag setup won't bulk up the back like a 300 tire/saddlebag combo. Just like all of the other dogs in the lineup, you can install a two-up seat for the passenger on the back and a passenger bar (sissy bar) because of the dockable fender struts. The standard chrome package shimmers throughout, and let me just say, everything is chromed on this baby, from the rear turn signals and rear wheel to the Vance & Hines Big Radius exhaust (a 2-into-1 exhaust system comes standard but the Big Radius can be purchased through any Big Dog dealer) to the handlebar, risers, controls, and then back down to the front wheel. If chrome is a factor when purchasing a new bike, the Wolf definitely delivers.
The model requires very little textures as all the details are modeled. The few textures included are made in a clever way to be simply applied to particular object with use of planar mapping (cylindrical in case of wheel tire). No special UV coordinates are necessary.
The model files are compatible with many packages.
If you use any package that has problems opening the files or the mesh is triangulated or you can't see any materials, write me via the support of this site. I guarantee an immediate response and solution as soon as I get the email from the support staff.