Question about 2005 Harley Davidson FXD - FXDI Dyna Super Glide
Harley changed to 1" axles but exactly when in which model bike, I don't know. The best thing to do is measure the ones you have. Harley has always been notorious for "using up their old stuff" before making a change over. Therefore, you could have a bike built in the first month of the year with 3/4" axles and the rest of the year model bikes have 1" axles. We call these bike "transition year models". Sometimes it the other way around. An earlier year model built in Nov, or Dec. having parts that weren't "introduced" until the next year model bikes. Just take the nut off the axle, loosen the clamp bolts on the fork and bump the axle out enough to measure it. Then tap it back in and retighten everything. That way, you'll know for sure.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Testimonial: "My bike must fall into the "transition" bike. I was going to swap some wheels with a buddy, and the axles apeared to be differant. Eitherway, thanks for your help. Shaun"
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