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I have a 2000 Roadglide with a 2007 swingarm, I want to run a 160 size tire.

I have the opportunity to purchase a 135 belt and a 70 tooth 11/8rear pully will that combo work with the stock front pully.

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EH Steve

If you go into the microfiche files your roadglide has a 32 tooth frt sprocket & a 70 tooth rear pulley. Your stock belt is a 139 tooth. The teeth on a belt measure .5625 apart which when you multiply that x4 = 2.25 inches. I'm not so sure the 135 belt will work the adjustment on the swingarm is only 2'' long.
My 2000 FXST has the same front 32 toothed sprocket & the 70 toothed pully but your belt is 2.25" longer.
I have gone to the 160 tire myself by way of the Duece rear wheel which is 4.5" wide without changing the swingarm.

http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche.com/ronnies//showmodel.asp?Type=13&make=hdmc&A=236&B=21

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EH Steve

If you go into the microfiche files your roadglide has a 32 tooth frt sprocket & a 70 tooth rear pulley. Your stock belt is a 139 tooth. The teeth on a belt measure .5625 apart which when you multiply that x4 = 2.25 inches. I'm not so sure the 135 belt will work the adjustment on the swingarm is only 2'' long.
My 2000 FXST has the same front 32 toothed sprocket & the 70 toothed pully but your belt is 2.25" longer.
I have gone to the 160 tire myself by way of the Duece rear wheel which is 4.5" wide without changing the swingarm.

http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche.com/ronnies//showmodel.asp?Type=13&make=hdmc&A=236&B=21

Dare

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Thanks very much for taking the time to reply. I39 it is

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i think you need this belt and corresponding rear pulley.
40024-04 139t 1 1/8" on your bike. the 160 will be the lower profile usually a 160/60/18. That is if you are intending on running the 18" wheel. You'll need to check your rear saddlebag support and fender for clearance, it can get tight. Hope this helps.
Tim
 
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