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    Just wondering what size belt too use and rear pulley for the 250 ridgid I'm building

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmyjam View Post
    Just wondering what size belt too use and rear pulley for the 250 ridgid I'm building
    LOL Way more info needed.............. WTF/.

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    Not a clue brother, we ain't mind readers here...

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    gonna guess...'cause sometimes it's fun;

    Ultima 250 Wide Tire Hardtail Rigid Custom Chopper Bobber Frame Harley Big Twin
    250 series wide rigid frame with tank mounts. 34 degree rake, 4" stretch downtubes.
    Manufacturer: Ultima
    Dimensions:
    Rake of 34 degrees.
    4" Stretch downtubes, 24-1/2" backbone.
    Material:
    1020 DOM (Drawn Over Mandrel) steel tubing.
    Legs are 1-3/8" O.D.
    Backbone is 1-1/2" O.D.
    Included additionally:
    1" Dia. rear axle (not shown).
    Front oil tank mount.
    Special features:
    TIG Welded.
    Accepts 11" fender and 1984 & later flat side gas tanks.
    Accepts SoftailŽ style oil tank.

    Accepts 250 rear tire with full width 1.5" belt.

    Integral 5th bolt mounting within reinforced offset trans plate.
    NOTE 1: Requires a 1-1/4" engine-to-inner primary spacer.

    https://americanclassicmotors.com/pr...arley-big-twin
    Last edited by TriNortchopz; 06-30-2020 at 10:42 PM.

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