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2007 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - FLSTF Rear Drive Pulleys

2007 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - FLSTF
Front Tire:
140/75-17
Rear Tire:
200/55-17
Spark Plug:
DCPR7E
Battery:
YTX20L-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
133T
Front Sprocket:
32T
Rear Sprocket:
66T
Front Brake Pads:
Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-171B
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Ed (Glendale )

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Good chain for this bike

I bought a simple roller chain for my 1993 VLX600 because it's not a high powered sport bike. As long as I keep it well lubed it will handle anything the Shadow can throw at it.

Ed (Glendale )

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Great sprocket for my Shadow

My 1993 VLX600 needed a new sprocket and this was a great product at a great price. I also bought the front sprocket because I always change them as a set. They're nice heavy weight steel which is what you want for your power delivery system.

Ed (Glendale )

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Great sprocket at a great price

My 1993 VLX600 needed a new sprocket and this was a great product at a great price. I also bought the rear sprocket because I always change them as a set. They're nice heavy weight steel which is what you want for your power delivery system.

Doug (Portland )

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Recommend

Rivet type requires quad stake tool

The rivet type requires a quad stake tool, not the standard riveting tool used for hollow nose rivets. Also, as a previous reviewer mentioned, the WPS chain comes with a clip style master link. Might be a good choice if you have the more expensive tool or if a local shop will rivet it for you.

Cam (Chicago )

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Needs spacer on FZ1

Nice sprocket, good for going from 190/50 to 180/55 tire on Fz1. Didn't line up right - needs a spacer or something so it doesn't damage the chain.

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