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Default Rear sprocket (pulley) - 883 Iron

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Anyone know or able to measure the inner diameter of the rear sprocket (pulley) for a 2009 Iron? By inner diameter i mean the center hole which the axel goes through, ref. pictures.

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the rear sprocket (pulley) for a 2009 Iron
Or a 28T tranny sprocket on any 2004-10 883.
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It is 2 1/4" on a 2005, I believe they are the same as yours.
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It's the same. The 28T tranny sprocket is stock on all 883s from 2004 to 2010.
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I think the question was the rear sprocket with the axle hole.
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Correct sportsterpaul!
I'm looking for the inner diameter of the REAR sprocket, ref. pictures linked below.
Should be 68T.




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Thank you Erin313!
And just to be sure, you are referencing the rear sprocket correct?

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Correct- rear sprocket/pulley.
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Sorry; I was confused by the reference to a particular year, and to an 883. The rear wheel sprocket is the same (68T) on 883s and 1200s for all years 2004 onwards.
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