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good morning gentlemen
i want to buy these wheels but am not sure if it will fit the 2007 vrod
i contacted the supplier the say it its for harley davidson and its a universal model
so it fit
i am new to vrod so need help from you guys

thank you very much
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That won't fit without some major modifying factors, which I don't think you will be able to find outside a custom machine shop. The V-Rod has a "hub" (if you will) that takes up a LOT of space to get from the centerpoint to the brake rotor mount. This wheel you are showing has not got that hub thickness.
 

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If its like other aftermarket wheels I've looked at buying the cush drive and brake rotor hub pieces bolt to the center hub on the wheel - I prefer the one piece casting including the rotor adapter but even the stock H-D wheel has the cush drive bolted on. That wheel may fit if the stock cush drive parts can bolt to it and if they sell custom pieces to match the spacing on a stock V Rod wheel installation for a rotor, cush or chain drive adapter. All you can do is ask. If they dont know do more research there's a wheel co. in GA that sells custom wheels like that with all required hub adapters for V Rods for about 1100-1200 bucks. (y):cool:
 

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If its like other aftermarket wheels I've looked at buying the cush drive and brake rotor hub pieces bolt to the center hub on the wheel - I prefer the one piece casting including the rotor adapter but even the stock H-D wheel has the cush drive bolted on. That wheel may fit if the stock cush drive parts can bolt to it and if they sell custom pieces to match the spacing on a stock V Rod wheel installation for a rotor, cush or chain drive adapter. All you can do is ask. If they dont know do more research there's a wheel co. in GA that sells custom wheels like that with all required hub adapters for V Rods for about 1100-1200 bucks. (y):cool:
thank you very much for your help
1100-1200 bucks for one wheel or both front and rear?
if you have the GA company name or page it will be much appreciated
 

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That won't fit without some major modifying factors, which I don't think you will be able to find outside a custom machine shop. The V-Rod has a "hub" (if you will) that takes up a LOT of space to get from the centerpoint to the brake rotor mount. This wheel you are showing has not got that hub thickness.
thank you very much
 
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