a front pulley swap may be smarter- longer on labor though.
a rear pulley swap may require removing the belt guard in addition to possible longer belt* AFAIK H-D has not used a larger than 70T pulley.
61,65,68 have been used over the years.
the cush drive may also be a concern.
* a belt swap involves even more labor than a front pulley swap, as the swingarm has to come off in addition to outer primary, primary drive, clutch and inner primary
The smarter you spend- the more bikes you can buy!
Last edited by mkguitar; 04-11-2013 at 10:44 PM.