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From the picture, the belt completely clears the white safety pins (one of which is missing but irrelevant). The bolt-on flange could be a polished aluminum one, like a B&B or from a regional pulley and gear maker. Or it could be stainless. I don't place the pulley lightening hole pattern but it could be an old softail pulley. Candidly dunno.

The broken screw might have been caused by an out of alignment or out of tension belt. It almost looks like there are contact marks on the ends if the belt teeth, down on the bottom of the pulley. This could confirm alignment trouble.

I think it's a stock number of teeth and I cannot answer why someone made the fix in that way.

But there is no straight-on side view and the outer belt could be as high as the bolt-on flange. So I could be wrong!
 
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