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Old 06-08-2012, 08:56 AM   #1
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Zx14 06 Swingarm tool

Does anyone have a Kawasaki Swingarm tool I can buy or borrow. I don't have a grinder to make one outta a socket. Any help would be appreciated!!

I also heard a busa one will work? If someone has one of those they could lend me I'd be more then willing to try that.
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It can be done with a screwdriver, drift, or similar
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I needed a male hex not a socket
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Old 06-08-2012, 03:22 PM   #4
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will i was looking at a manual and it says i needed the tool to get it off. so i was think of just grinding spots of the socket to resemble the tool. but yea i'll check into the screwdriver of drift didnt think about that!
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check what the tool is. I have never seen the castle type needed on the swing arm. Its usually the male hex type. Not familiar with Kawi though
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