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ZRX 1100 swing arm in a Z1000A frame

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RussG
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#16 PostAuthor: RussG » Mon Jan 30, 2017 9:01 pm

Oohh, looking forward to that, when are you expecting it back?

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#17 PostAuthor: Padders » Wed Feb 01, 2017 4:22 pm

Fingers crossed next week.
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#18 PostAuthor: Padders » Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:21 pm

Giving up with photo bucket Russ pm me you mobile and I will text some picturs of the swing arm or you can look at the photos on the clubs facebook site.
Rob created a threaded shaft the correct size to centralise the swing arm this allows you to use two m16 bolts to tighten up the swing arm without putting pressure on the bearings.

Cheers Ian
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#19 PostAuthor: Gus » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:58 pm

Padders wrote:Giving up with photo bucket Russ pm me you mobile and I will text some picturs of the swing arm or you can look at the photos on the clubs facebook site.
Rob created a threaded shaft the correct size to centralise the swing arm this allows you to use two m16 bolts to tighten up the swing arm without putting pressure on the bearings.

Cheers Ian

Can I get a set of those piccies off you please Ian/

Cheers Gus
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#20 PostAuthor: chrisNI » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:49 pm

Padders wrote:Giving up with photo bucket Russ pm me you mobile and I will text some picturs of the swing arm or you can look at the photos on the clubs facebook site.

Cheers Ian


You can post them here Padders without using Photobucket then we can all see them. :shock: Some of us wouldn’t touch Facebook with a shitty stick but it’s up to you... :D

Facebook is in the business of trying to replace websites like this with itself...


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