Driving my Wide Glide home from work last Friday, cold night (low 30s), the usual bumps and potholes. I get off, go to bed, get up to go to work the next day, and see the inner ring of my rear sprocket had broken completely off. just hanging there on the axle, nice and round, like a ring. I check the web, it's happened to a few other people. Fairly rare though. You can see that ring is kinda stamped on the sprocket every inch or two. Have a look at yours. I'm buying a good used one off Ebay, but that's going to take a few days. So I fire up the circular saw with carbide blade, zing through that ring in two places, take it off and drive on. I keep checking the belt, since there's nothing keeping it from walking out of the teeth and falling off the sprocket. But so far, it has stayed. Sometimes it'll scooch off the sprocket maybe a quarter inch,and then walk back on. Mostly it stays snug to the outer ring, away from the tire, squarely on the sprocket, although I can't see it while I'm riding. I figure the front sprocket will keep it pretty much in line. What do you think? Am I crazy? I'd have to ride my squirrelly Nissan farm truck otherwise. My other bike needs a front tire and inspection, and I'm short on cash.