Question about Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king Motorcycles
The rear pulley alignment was set at the factory and was designed into the machine before it ever hit the assembly line. Unless you or someone else has changed something on the bike, all you need are the stock parts that came of the bike for the rear pulley to line up. If you are making some sort of modification, you may indeed have to use a spacer. I may or may not be able to help you with that information. The question is "does the rear wheel, just the pulley or the pulley and the wheel need moving"? I also need to know what year and model bike you're working on.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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