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Practical help: What's needed is a rotor from the rear of a 2000 or newer Sportster. A rear rotor from a Dyna or Softail of the same years will work, but the shapes on the rotors will flow like the front one you already have.

You could bore the hole in the center of the 1980 rotor to fit your hub, but you'll have to deal with those countersunk bolts which are a serious pain to get back out after they've been in there a couple years or so. You can get the stock style bolts, like in post 6, in chrome if you like.
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