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Old 12-04-2012, 10:20 AM   #7625
DariusFriedel
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The EE's have the seals (covers) on both sides too. You can use a pick screwdriver to pry the seals off without damaging them. For the heim joint bearing make sure you get a straight shot when banging the seal in on the chain side. I left my chain and slider on replacing mine and messed up the seal on that side since I came in banging it at an angle. Looks like you already have your slider off though.

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Originally Posted by akarob View Post
I got the KTM ones. They are sealed on both sides. On a good note, I pressed out the swingarm bearing without issue today at work. That sucker was in tight too. It would budge with the hand arbor press, so I put a few tons on it. Pushing the button was easier too.

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