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So to my surprise, a magnesium swingarm showed up at my door step today My question is, what bearings go into the pivot point? I could take the ones out of the stock arm. But, I'd rather just put new ones in the new arm. Also, is it a direct replacement or do I need spacers of some sort?
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It's bull shit till we see pictures!!

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It should be a direct replacement.
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How do you like your crow? Forgot....... I also got the mag hub
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Very nice!! thanks for that.

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You'll find that it uses a different chain guide. The OEM diameter is a little too large.
The part number you need is 800092652 or you can cut down your standard chain guide to fit.

Just for clarifications sake the upper chain guide slides into the area shown by the arrow.
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On another note, the bearings are the same, but the chain guide is non standard. Ask the_Castle, I am pretty sure he has the part # for it. Good work mate, not jealous at all.........

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Gidday.
Someone mentions magnesium & I'm not too far away!

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