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Hopefully you found some good info in those posts that @REI-JenK linked. I recently added a Co-op Cycles DRT 4.1 Fat-Tire bike to my quiver, but I still also ride the DRT 2.1 as often as I can. All of the Co-op Cycles DRT Mountain bikes have a listed weight limit of 300lbs. I'm 6' and right about your weight and haven't had any issues with the bikes I ride. If you're planning on riding rugged trails or drops, I would recommend thinking about upgrading your wheels to something a bit stronger with more spokes.
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