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Rear wheel specs?? Size ?? axle? Will a 2000 Fatboy Wheel Fit?

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Hi Kolbersmo, 4 out of 5 Harley Gods give this one a thumbs up, but just to be on the safe side contact your local dealers service/parts department for confirmation. Good luck and have nice day.

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These wheels are interchangable. a number of bikers prefer the set up you have mentioned.
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SOURCE: i have fxr 1993 and i need to now if i can

Seems to me that you '93 model bike had axles that are 3/4 inch in diameter. The 2000 and later bikes went to a 1 inch axle. This would mean that you would have to machine your swingarm for the larger axle and I don't think there is enough "meat" in that area to do this safely. If he '05 wheel comes with the rear pulley, it too will be useless as the belt was narrower. You may can change the front pulley to match it but that's a LOT of work. Why don't you try to find a rear wheel off of a '90's model Fatboy?

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Don't think so. Sportster and Dyna wheels interchange, depending on the year. Check with dealer for the Sporty/Dyna wheels that will fit.

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A call to the local harly shop would be sufficient but I think they've all went to 1" by now. The best way to tell is to measure the axle in your bike. Take the rear axle nut off and tap the axle out the other side just far enough to measure the diameter with a caliper. Once done, tap the axle back in and retorque the nut to 50 Foot pounds.

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