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750 swing arm compatability

Can anyone tell me if the F4 & Brutale swingarms are the same?

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Yes, the same ......frame plates on Brutales have an extra mount for the CAT

'10 swingarms fit 1st gen MVs


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Yes the F4 and B4 share swing-arms, there's some on eBay complete with the quick change sprocket carrier at very cheap prices at the moment, the best upgrade you can ever do.
Older swing-arms didn't have the holes pre-drilled for huggers, so look carefully before you buy.

Y10 Swinger does fit, but with some mods.

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Cheers gents. I thought I read somewhere on here the 1000 swing arms were a different length? Or was I confused with the >2010 ones

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Donsy;

bought a '10 swing arm from gotojoe.......

it's 20mm longer and ~ 1 kg lighter.....

it was a direct bolt on replacement for my '05, it has wellnut hugger mounts

I have 5 or 6 swing arms, some without hugger mounts, some tapped and some with

wellnut holes

I think the strut width issues may have started in '11


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I've since bought another one Noel...ready to change over .. : )
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