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Old 12-12-2012, 03:59 PM   #8
ElRod
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Originally Posted by Hipster View Post
Unless you plan on removing the swing arm anyway for servicing, with the time and effort involved in removing parts, you would be further ahead just buying a riveting tool.
Well, it's nearly time to replace the chain and I've never had the swingarm off to inspect and re-lubricate the bearings. So, if I'm going to do it anyway.....

Another thing, it would also be a good time to have the shock serviced. Would anyone care to advise of a reputable place to send it out to?
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