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Old 02-26-2019, 02:04 PM
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Bike Year, Make, Engine: 2000, Softail chopper, 1340 Evo
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Zodiac primary offset parts

Anyone here used Zodiac offset kit or parts (or other makes, as Zodiac more for UK and Europe)?
I have softail evo with 240 rear, 2" open belt primary, primary and transmission offset 1".
Rear wheel is 1/2" to left but bike still pulls slightly to left.
I want to centre rear wheel while having the bike balanced. Thinking of offsetting the transmission 1" putting it back in original position.
Zodiac do parts for this.
Any idea of transmission weight so would moving it 1" would make much difference to bike balance (Zodiac do 25, 45, and 55mm so could move it back more than 1").
Cheers for any information.
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