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Old 06-18-2015, 01:26 PM   #1
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My back tire is rubbing a little against my swing arm causing little damage to the tire can anyone that is good with this,maybe come over an help my move it back to normal so I can ride this weekend and up coming weekends?? I have no tools for this procedure.. Your welcome to Message me? Names Michael.
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I mean i had a gsf i was working on and dropped a new motor in it and everything was replaced with oem parts from bikebandit.com then went out a few days after got cut off and down she went.an now I'm on this fzr600
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Out of curiosity, what tools do you think you'll need for this...."procedure?"
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I know to move the back tire you just need to loosen up the bolt on each side of the swing an and move it back and center it up but I just don't got the wrench for it
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Google says your axle has a 19mm head with a 22mm nut. Both sockets are in there.
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Any other helpful tips and hints and stuff??
Do you know that the axle block has a notch on it that needs to match up to the same notch on each side of the swing arm?
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If you could take a pic of it, I think that would help us out a ton.
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who needs alignment?2015 FZ 07 swingarm

its on that cutout in front of the axle on the swingarm

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If you are in a pinch..... your are going to need a 10mm 12mm open end wrench. and a channelocks( big pliers).

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Okay I'll give you a call! I'll take a pic and post it! I do know about the adjustments on the end of the swing arm along with the two bolts, adamrides you do alinements yourself Or you work at a shop or something!?

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I got it all worked out thank you guys
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