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    One side of lower shock bushing stuck in swingarm hole, ideas for removal needed

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    Re: One side of lower shock bushing stuck in swingarm hole, ideas for removal needed

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    Re: One side of lower shock bushing stuck in swingarm hole, ideas for removal needed

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaFZ6 View Post
    Solved. Please delete... sorry
    This looks like a bike I know....
    Exhaust and 100 other mods done since then but still one I know...
    08 Raven w/a few mods...
    R6 Forks, R1 Rear Shock (revalved), 6 Ignition Advance, S1 CAT free Header, SS Mid-Pipe, 2Bro Exhaust, AIS block off plates, Bazzaz Z-Fi Fuel Controller & Z-AFM Data Logger, Air Box mod, CR10E Plugs, 48-Tooth Rear Sprocket, FZ1 Bars, Spider Grips, Adj levers, Powder Coated -Triple, Bars & Rear Sets, Solid mounted rear-sets w/knurled pegs, Dual Headlight, Tail Tidy, LED Combo Brake & Directionals, LED POD lights & Tinted PUIG Wind Screen!

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    Re: One side of lower shock bushing stuck in swingarm hole, ideas for removal needed

    Quote Originally Posted by FinalImpact View Post
    This looks like a bike I know....
    Exhaust and 100 other mods done since then but still one I know...
    Lol, well thanks for the picture. I was getting so frustrated about why that bushing was stuck, I thought the collar slid all the way through both holes. It seems so weird to me it only goes through one side of the mount and then meets up with the left side but doesn't go through, and therefore sticks out a bit on the right. I thought for sure that was wrong and I needed to get that piece out. When I saw your pic it was a face palm moment for me.

 

 

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