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Thanks for the info! Now the question is would it be possible to re-use the bearings after they are pressed out and removed from the swingarm and how damaging the removal process to the bearings... Would I have to replace the removed bearings with the new ones?
 

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Thanks for the info! Now the question is would it be possible to re-use the bearings after they are pressed out and removed from the swingarm and how damaging the removal process to the bearings... Would I have to replace the removed bearings with the new ones?
If it was me I would just do new ones, but I haven't looked up the price, those thin needle type bearings are hard to save, last time I did them on an R1 they didn't come out well, but were only 30 bucks for new.
 

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Took me SFS to Kyle Racing to check suspension. I'm about to be over $600 deep in fork service, rear shock rebuild, and new spring. 🤣😭
 

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@Sputniks I like the Cerakote idea. Very familiar with them on guns...but, I have to admit I've never considered it for motorcycle/vehicle application. Keep us updated!
 
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