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Is there any difference in belt width from 2004 sportster to today?

I need a new drive pulley and some odd measurements coming back from sellers.

My 68Tooth 2004 Drive pulley measures 31mm internally between sides.
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As I understand, 2004 -> 2006 used a 1-1/8" belt and 2007+ use a 1" belt. The transmission pulley has not changed, but the rear wheel pulley did change to match the new belt width.
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Of course, Dan is right...

Here's the Sportsterpedia section on Drive Belts:
sportsterpedia.com/doku.php/techtalk:evo:transfinal01

You might also want to look at the section titled:
Final Drive Trans Belt Sprocket Issues (Differences between 1991, 1995 & 2004)

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