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Ok, I am gonna go ahead and change my primary pulleys and chain from (year 2005) 883 to 1200. I have a parts book but its 1500 miles away. I am trying to order these parts while I am away as to have them ready when I return to tulsa. What I am asking is what are the parts numbers so I can order them from chicago Harley. I would need both 1200 primary pulleys, 1200 primary chain, the gasket for the primary case. If I am missing anything else please inform me. I am thinking of doing a Barnetts clutch as I am in there but not sure which one to go with, any advice? thanks members, your advice is greatly appreciated
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There's a sticky on site that allows you to get all the numbers you might need. If for some reason it's not availible go to "Bike Bandit.com" They'll have schematics and numbers to cross reference. Good luck. you've already learned that the 1200 Rubbermount crank gear is 4 tooth larger.
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thanks paul, I will look for the sticky.
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haha! I couldnt find the sticky and bike bandit doesnt have the parts. they have a great breakdown but these specific parts they dont have listed. just my luck. do you have a link to the sticky?
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well they had the pulley parts numbers but not the chain.
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Cosmo Kramer-19 March 2011, Sportster Motorcycle General Discussion and Problems, "How to view H.D. part #'s 1991-2010, all models with part numbers and exploded views. Should be the seventh one down. Could also do a search under Cosmo's threads. That should do it for you. Best of luck cause I went through Hell last summer getting a primary for my '06 1200. Most everybody including the dealers didn't know Harley made the change with the 1200 Rubbers.
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and there is the stickey. I was looking in the primary/transmission area. thanks a lot, have some rep for your help!!
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I got the part numbers now. But do I need to buy the sprocket and rotor as one piece, or just the sprocket? I question this because when I looked it up between bike bandit and the link on cosmos sticky, the stickey didnt show a difference between the two sprockets, and bike badit does but sells both. so I am a little confused.
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Either sprocket will bolt up to your existing rotor, the mount holes are the same, just the change in tooth count.
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sweet, that is great. somewhat cheeper that way. gonna order parts tomorrow, thanks again.
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