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Shamdog
4th April 2006, 17:30
What's the difference between stock 2000 rear pulley and a 2004+ rear pulley? Is there a size or tooth count difference? Or both?

I guess the real question is, can I put an '04 onto mt '00???

Biker_unknown
4th April 2006, 19:27
as far as I know all 2000 and up are 70 tooth 1 1/8 belt pulleys. If this is wrong please let us all know. I think 99 and older there was a 70 and 65 tooth pulley options and two different belt sizes. But as far as I know all 2000 and up models are the same. I could be wrong though, but I don't think so.

xl1200r
4th April 2006, 19:30
The 2004+ pulley may have more of an offset to accomate the wider tire since, the wheel itself is the same. Might have swingarm clearnace issues.

Shamdog
4th April 2006, 19:31
No, I have a stock 61 tooth on my 2000.

Turbota
4th April 2006, 20:14
All 04-06 Sportys have a 68 tooth rear sprocket
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The front sprockets on the 04-06 vary:

28 tooth - 883 (All models)
29 tooth - 1200 (US models)
30 tooth - 1200 (International models)
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Don't know about the 03 and earlier bikes

Shamdog
4th April 2006, 20:17
The teeth are cool...Will the bolt pattern and/or offset fit?

Biker_unknown
4th April 2006, 21:12
I must have the wrong title on the application chart from the manufacture. I found the right list with the heading heritage pulleys....Thanks for pointing that out.

xl1200r
4th April 2006, 21:16
The teeth are cool...Will the bolt pattern and/or offset fit?

I really don't think it will since the older ones don't fit the new bikes. I'm sure the bolt pattern is the same, but the offset has to be different. I don't think it will line up right with the front pulley.

cadiero
4th April 2006, 22:49
Pre '04 is 61 tooth, '04 and up is 68 tooth. The offset for the '04 is different. They will not interchange without work. To use an older pulley on the '04 and newer you can use a spacer. The new pulley will not work on the older bikes to my knowledge.

Shamdog
5th April 2006, 16:45
Cadiero -

Thanks, that's what I wanted to know.

chipdog4
5th April 2006, 16:49
I really don't think it will since the older ones don't fit the new bikes. I'm sure the bolt pattern is the same, but the offset has to be different. I don't think it will line up right with the front pulley.

It can't be the same offset because the newer bikes have a wider tire, and on mine there is no room at all to go a size bigger tire.

justdrew
7th July 2006, 20:17
Going the other way....Would a pre-2000 pully work on a 200+ bike?
I'm just not seeing piles of these offered for the early 2000 Sportsters...
Thansk,
-Drew