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post #16 of 19 Old 02-25-2017, 04:51 PM
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@ryanchau96 ; its up to you what you wanna do with your bike. We could create a whole nother can of worms just by discussing DIY vs. Labor Rates. But ultimately what I think it boils down to is your competence with the bike, how well you know your own mechanical skills(Be honest with yourself), and how time and/or money your willing to put into the bike vs. someone else.

I have had this issues before but was luck enough to only have it on one side and was able to rectify it with wiggling the engine. Unless you're 90lbs of skin and bones, you should be able to either wiggle or jack it up back in place.

But again its up to you.

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The swing arm slider bolt is the 6th bolt I have had to get drilled out from all my bikes I have owned, hopefully its an easy fix. I just don't get how I can break so many bolts just taking them off.....
Might I recommend easy out? a screw extraction kit?

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Several have said exactly what I was thinking.

SO you don't take to fixing things natually. Fine, if you can ride than your trainable.
Need to find some local riders who work on there bike's.
DON'T ask if they will come over to fix it, ask if you PAY them to show you how and would they be willing to teach a brother to fish.

9 out of 10 times they won't take the cash but you offered. Before they come over ask what tools you will need to get.
Don't cheap out, cheap tools make things harder and won't last. Take care of them and they will last a lifetime.
Down load the manual, it will tell you everything you need.
Get a couple of torque wrench's think I have under $200 in all 3 on sale. Only really need two the larger half inch is for the rear tire axle.
With a torque wrench you will never OVER or UNDER tighten a bolt again.

Jack, a big fat Phillips screwdriver to help align the holes and some BLUE loctite. NOT RED.
If you can't turn the nut a least one turn by hand it's not on right, don't force it.
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Originally Posted by ryanchau96 View Post
So with the diagram i attached, for step 3 the nuts on the end of rear engine mounts bolt you meant 92210 on the bottom and for step 4 the head of the rear engine mount bolt you mean 92151?
My apologies for responding to you weeks late, but notice there are two 92210's in that picture. Just loosen both of them enough for the nut to be loose.
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Originally Posted by Sabotage View Post
Your life:

1st: Your a jack ass for riding with out the bolts
2nd: You now need a jack to fix your jack ass move
3rd: You realize how easy it was to fix your jack ass move with a jack and start working on your bike and become a jack of all trade with bikes
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