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    Cleaned up my swingarm during chain slider replacement

    Decided to blast and paint my swingarm while it was out. Made for a sharper looking bike for sure. Crazy how easy these things are to work on.
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    That looks sharp!
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    Thanks slinger


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    Factory fresh. Nice work
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    Quote Originally Posted by spewingjason View Post
    Decided to blast and paint my swingarm while it was out. Made for a sharper looking bike for sure. Crazy how easy these things are to work on.
    Is that stock Yamaha chain slider?
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    Yeah, oem replacement.


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    That looks nice. I cheated. I cut my chain slider in half and slid it over the swingarm. I then used adhesive to reattach it together along with a wide washer for more surface area.
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    I was going to 3d print something removable but never got to it.

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    Cleaned up my swingarm during chain slider replacement

    Figured I’d do a few other things while I was at it.
    Got chain and sprockets, jets, needle and seat, carb to air box boot, chain slider, intake boot o-ring, oil filter.


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    Nice job! My Dub had some corrosion/rust on the passenger side (hahaha) of the swing arm. Orig owner left the battery drip hose off the battery... Without removing the arm I sanded etc and cleaned the arm up. Painted it with a close match Rustoleum paint and it turned out ok. When it's time to Re-chain and re-gear I'll do the same as you....

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