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jkrenzel
22nd September 2008, 13:16
hey everyone trying to replace my stock rear rim with the same size spoke chrome rim...

so what I am looking for is the size of the stock one like 16" and 3.5" wide or something like that.

Anyone selling one or suggest some good places to buy one?

oh yea the bike is a 2003 sportster 883c

ReddTigger
22nd September 2008, 13:23
hey everyone trying to replace my stock rear rim with the same size spoke chrome rim...

so what I am looking for is the size of the stock one like 16" and 3.5" wide or something like that.

Anyone selling one or suggest some good places to buy one?

oh yea the bike is a 2003 sportster 883c


ebay..

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/SPORTSTER-REAR-CHROME-RIM-WITH-NEW-TIRE-NO-RESERVE_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35578QQihZ001QQ itemZ110290023006QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

jkrenzel
22nd September 2008, 13:27
NOT SPOKED that what I got on their now but what size is it

ReddTigger
22nd September 2008, 13:38
oooooooops, sorry, it's still early over here. I understand now.

jkrenzel
22nd September 2008, 13:41
thanks No problem

FoxsterUK
22nd September 2008, 13:44
Mine says T 16x300 D. That mean 16" x 3"?

I'm selling it too but its in the UK.

Fox

jkrenzel
22nd September 2008, 13:46
thanks Thats what I hope is the size ..to bad your is far away

Folkie
22nd September 2008, 23:24
That's on an '05; not sure an '03 is the same.

FoxsterUK
23rd September 2008, 00:39
That's on an '05; not sure an '03 is the same.
Thinking about it the wheel is maybe the same size but the bearings will be 3/4" on an 03 and 1" on an 05.

God knows why they had to mess with the wheels so much.

Fox

Folkie
23rd September 2008, 00:43
The '03 has a 130 tyre, so I was thinking the rim may be narrower than the 3" for the '04+s 150 tyre?

XLinAL
23rd September 2008, 02:30
Uh, don't you guys mean 5", not 3"?:doh
According to a chart in the J&P catalog (my FM had nothing on rim or tire size)

Metric alpha inch

130/90 MT90 5.00-5.10
140/90 MU90 5.50-6.00

I have an '01 and use 130/90-16's.
The Dunlop D401 (says H-D on it) is listed as 130/90HB (5.10)-16.

So, you need a 5.10x16 rim that takes a 3/4" axle.
Wish I could help on the where part. Changing out that heavy-ass solid wheel is on my to-do list too. :shhhh

Folkie
23rd September 2008, 09:06
Uh, don't you guys mean 5", not 3"?:doh
According to a chart in the J&P catalog (my FM had nothing on rim or tire size)

Metric alpha inch

130/90 MT90 5.00-5.10
140/90 MU90 5.50-6.00

I have an '01 and use 130/90-16's.
The Dunlop D401 (says H-D on it) is listed as 130/90HB (5.10)-16.

So, you need a 5.10x16 rim that takes a 3/4" axle.
Wish I could help on the where part. Changing out that heavy-ass solid wheel is on my to-do list too. :shhhhNo we don't.

According to the Dunlop (http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/tirecatalog_tire.asp?id=6) website the 130/90B16, 150/80B16, and MT90B16 are all only suitable for a 3" rim.

The MU85B15 lists 3" and 3" as applicable rims, with the 3" being recommended.

:doh indeed.

Folkie
23rd September 2008, 11:02
I have an '01 and use 130/90-16's.
The Dunlop D401 (says H-D on it) is listed as 130/90HB (5.10)-16.That's the tyre width, not the rim width. :rolleyes:

The D401 130/90B16 is listed on the Dunlop site as 5.18" wide.

The D401 150/80B16 is 6.15" wide.

The D402 MT90B16 is 5.2" wide.

The D402 MU85B16 is 5.51" wide.

These all fit on a 3" wide rim.

XLinAL
23rd September 2008, 17:09
I stand corrected.




That's what I get when I post after a few too many:drinkbeer
but it was all so clear last night...:frownthre