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    Default Brake Drum Sprockets

    Does anyone have hands on experience confirming that other than the rivet lengths, late 62-66 sprocket kit (41470-62) is the same as 67-72 (41470-67) sprocket kit?

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    While not having the energy to get out of my recliner I simply ask, does the parts book show the same part number for them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Haynes View Post
    While not having the energy to get out of my recliner I simply ask, does the parts book show the same part number for them?
    Sorta Chris,..

    Except for the 'blueprint' year at the end.

    I was compelled to do one a coupla years ago for a friend... And all I can say is the common catalog trash rivets are crap. Trimming them is essential.
    (And then a local friend came in to borrow my press and fixture, and trashed it. So now I have an excuse to do no more.)

    But I am still offering a $5 bounty on well-worn (but not chromed) Big Twin and Chief drum sprockets at the International Davenport Meet in a coupla weeks.

    Time's a'wastin..

    ....Cotten
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