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Author Topic: Centerline wheels differences FLSTFSE vs FLHRSEI  (Read 992 times)

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Twolanerider

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Re: Centerline wheels differences FLSTFSE vs FLHRSEI
« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2021, 09:12:05 AM »

The first wheel has slightly different markings. Some are the same but the numbers are 081104 and it has an additional JWL stamp. That JWL stamp is something I have previously seen on car wheels, and is some sort of japanese test approval, don't know why that would end up on a H-D wheel...

But then it hit me that the numbers could very well be a date stamp. It would match the fact that the 021102 is a 2002 SERK wheel, and it would also confirm that the first wheel 081104 would be for a 2005 CVO Fat Boy and explaim why it has 3/4 inch bearings. Comments?

3/4" wheel bearings definitely not in a wheel from an 02 touring bike.  Very likely you're right and it's from a Fatboy.  If you try to set it up for the 1" bearings you might be ok; or might not.

Some of the wheels I've messed with that were originally for 3/4" bearings did not have a center hole with a large enough diameter to accept the spacer for a 1" axle.  If that's the case you're only option is to have a machine shop bore the center of the wheel such that it will accept the larger OD spacer.
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Re: Centerline wheels differences FLSTFSE vs FLHRSEI
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2021, 10:16:04 AM »

3/4" wheel bearings definitely not in a wheel from an 02 touring bike.  Very likely you're right and it's from a Fatboy.  If you try to set it up for the 1" bearings you might be ok; or might not.

Some of the wheels I've messed with that were originally for 3/4" bearings did not have a center hole with a large enough diameter to accept the spacer for a 1" axle.  If that's the case you're only option is to have a machine shop bore the center of the wheel such that it will accept the larger OD spacer.

I guess the only way to be sure is to pull the 3/4 inch bearings and spacer and check the clearance then.
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Re: Centerline wheels differences FLSTFSE vs FLHRSEI
« Reply #17 on: February 03, 2021, 10:56:38 AM »

I guess the only way to be sure is to pull the 3/4 inch bearings and spacer and check the clearance then.

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