LOL, I know that look well. My dealer got both sets of bearings (3/4" & 1") and put calipers on them and they were the same size. He was a little surprised but I knew Harley wouldn't manufacture a new hub.1550king said:Thanks for the info! The dealer just gave me the "deer in headlights" look when I asked them.
Read my previous post. My dealer took 00-01 and 02-up bearings (3/4" & 1" inside diameter) and put calipers on each one. They both had the same exact outside diameter. The only difference between the bearings is the inside diameter.rails99ca said:It might not be as simple as just changing the bearings. I think the bore on the newer wheels is bigger to accommodate the larger outside diameter of the internal spacer for the 1 inch axle. The 2000-01 spacer will fit, but the outside diameter of it isn't big enough to keep it centered in the bore so that it fits properly against the bearings. It might be too sloppy a fit inside the bore. If it's not a tight enough fit to keep it centered, you could have a tough time installing the wheel and trying to get the axle through. Remember that the newer wheels have a different part number just for this reason.