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Are the cast rims from a 2005 Superglide a direct bolt on to a 2007 Street Bob? I want to swap out my spoked wheels for cast, but have to do it as cheap as possible. Found a set of rims on Craigslist but don't want to have to deal with swapping out bearings and such. Thank you for any input!

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Are the cast rims from a 2005 Superglide a direct bolt on to a 2007 Street Bob? I want to swap out my spoked wheels for cast, but have to do it as cheap as possible. Found a set of rims on Craigslist but don't want to have to deal with swapping out bearings and such. Thank you for any input!

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Would be great if we could just trade. I have an '02 with mags and want laced wheels. Hard to tell, though if they would just bolt on. Nobody, even the Harley shop, knows.
 

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Are the cast rims from a 2005 Superglide a direct bolt on to a 2007 Street Bob? I want to swap out my spoked wheels for cast, but have to do it as cheap as possible. Found a set of rims on Craigslist but don't want to have to deal with swapping out bearings and such. Thank you for any input!

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No, 2006 and up use a 1" axle front and rear. 2005 and earlier use a 3/4" axle on the front.
 

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Same here, I have mags and want spoked wheels on my 05'. Why the change if you don't mind me asking? And I'd certainly swap with you too.
I actually prefer the look of the cast wheels over the spoked. Just my preference. Plus I can paint them black to match the rest of the bike. My rims are all chrome. The newer bikes have black rims with chrome spokes. I'll be 100% honest, they are starting to get a little pitted from the brake dust too. Still look good though.

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