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Old 27th June 2011
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Default Can someone please tell me how to bypass the Cush Drive ?

I recently installed the V rod rear wheel as seeing others do it to the same model sportsters and just need to know if there is a certain sprocekt i can use to bypass it or do i just need to go to the machine shop and have them make me a custom spacer ?-- Thanks guys !!
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subscribe, i have one sitting in the garage as well and wondering this myself. mine is missing the cush drive
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Have you eyeballed a VRod cushdrive to see if it can be adapted?
What did you have to do to fit the VRod wheel to the swingarm?
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Have you eyeballed a VRod cushdrive to see if it can be adapted?
What did you have to do to fit the VRod wheel to the swingarm?
they actually make a Chain sprocke for the Vrod -- its a custom part that a performance shop sells -- but $600 for a sprocket is ridiculous to me !! it has been done i just need someone to tell me their method as pictures dont say too much - another member on here has a Vrod rear wheel as well -- 2 members -- Sorry
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Here you go --

http://www.pmfronline.com/bagger-chain-drive.php
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