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Old 08-03-2011, 07:02 PM   #10
JimVonBaden
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Kevin,

The swingarm boot should be able to be loosely installed with the driveshaft out, then, once the shaft is in, you can raise the swingarm and attach the shock. After the shock is in place you should be able to attach the boot to the rear (swingarm), then the front with a new zip tie.

It will be pretty obvious once you get the swingarm in place how it goes. Also, don't forget that the plastic clip goes pretty far into the boot, with just a tiny bit of the clips showing past the rubber before install.

Jim
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