Yes, u just need the right sized spacers
the back thing that covers the back wheel
The newer customs are 16 inch
grab a bunch of throttle. Does it pull the front wheel? Its a 1200. Or ask for reciepts
Not a chance. The front wheel has no way to attach the rear rotor.
A 2003 sportster has a chain drive for the promary, firm the engine to the transmission, and a belt drive final drive. The final drive is from the transmission to the rear wheel.
In all cases, from Big Twin, V-Rod, and Sportster, yes.
The new stock EVO 1200 engines push roughly 65 hp at the rear wheel....
Yes, a Hugger has shorter shocks at the rear, making the back lower to the ground. The HUGGER model was replaced by the LOW, which is similarly lower to the ground than a regular Sportster. A CUSTOM has a larger tank which makes the front profile even higher and forward controls, and also possible a larger diameter front wheel. A Hugger and Low both come with mid-controls like the original Sportster. You can lower any bike, so you could make any Sportster as low as or even lower than a Hugger or Low.
Below the seat just in front of the rear wheel