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    Default Rear Wheel Alignment

    Ok so i had a shop put on a rear wheel on bike and the wheel is not centered but the belt and brake are aligned perfect. So i have a 95 sportster and the wheels i got came from an fxr maybe around the same year. So i was wondering if yall think its fixable or if i should just buy a new wheel. Here are a couple pictures i took hope it helps. Click image for larger version. 

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    Look at the centering wheel thread in the main forum

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    I looked but nothing seems to be helpful here. There is no spacer room. I think its just completely not the right rim for a sportster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toms99tj View Post
    I looked but nothing seems to be helpful here. There is no spacer room. I think its just completely not the right rim for a sportster.
    If you know the problem why ask for help......... Buy a new wheel and see if it will help............

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    Im not sure if it can be fixed and i have been looking for a new wheel but most places are out of stock at the moment. I just want to know if this is workable or not. Would it be possible to flip the wheel around and change the tire? Or is the bolt pattern different between the pulley and rotor?

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    I found these near me. How do i tell if they are from a sportster by looking at them. He said when he bought them they are from a sportster.

    https://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/...116888189.html

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    Measure the width of the hub that's where your issue is

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    So if the ones in the ad are narrower they might work better than what i have?

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