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SMT Machining pioneered the 18″x5.5″, 21×5.5″ and 23×5.5″ fat wide front wheels now famously known as the Bulldog Series. They give your motorcycle’s front end an aggressive stance that lets everyone know you aren’t the average biker.
Our RaceLox hubs offer a perfect blend of style and function for not only race applications but also any performance style build. The term RaceLox refers to our locking set screws that put preload on the 12-point ARP bolt to ensure that no matter what the circumstances the hub bolts shall never back out on their own.
Harley-Davidson was one of the last motorcycle manufacturers to introduce Anti-Lock brakes on its motorcycles. Hence, the majority of its old models do not have ABS on them. Most of the newer Harley motorcycles now offer ABS, either as a standard feature or optional equipment.
To check if your bike has ABS, follow the brake lines...
*Pricing and availability will be updated on verification call.
** A $15 balancing charge will be added to all tires.
13" caliper adapter for 2009+ HD Touring only.
18" rotor caliper kit for 2000+ HD Touring only.
Elite Series 6061-T6 forged billet aluminum wheels feature some of the most iconic wheel styles in the motorcycle industry.
Designated for 2009+ baggers, which is required for customers who buy an SMT rear wheel of those years.
Other models such as V Rod or Indian Chieftain may apply.
CANNOT use an SMT pulley/sprocket with an SMT cush hub.
The option you selected for your front rotor will be the same as your rear, as to match the design and performance of front and rear rotors.
Drive Pulley that matches the wheel design.
* We recommend an SMT cush hub instead of a pulley for 2009+ HD BAGGERS
Parts of the final drive system. Changing sprocket sizes allows to change your motorcycle's gearing ratio. Rule of thumb, the rear sprocket is generally 3x larger than the front.
METRIC BIKES ONLY
A shaft connects a gear inside the gearbox to another gear inside a hub on the rear wheel. When the engine is sparked, power is transferred along the chain or shaft to the rear wheel, and the bike moves forward.