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Old 01-10-2013, 03:31 PM
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Swingarm nut size

Hey Guys,

Away from my bike right now, but would anyone know what size the Swingarm Bolt/nut size is? Need to make sure I have the socket in my chest when I hope to swap in a new rear set this weekend.

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Looks to be excellent (for Jan) weather for riding this weekend!
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:25 PM
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Hey Sarge, bolt head is 22mm, nut is 27mm. Hope this helps! And you definitely need to post up some pics of those other bikes! Would love to see those Yamahas they sound really cool!

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Or the same sizes as found on the real axle.
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Thanks guys. I'll have to post some of the other bike for you then. Here's a few of them, some finished some not so much.

Thanks again enjoy the bike hoarding picts



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Old 01-10-2013, 05:58 PM
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[QUOTE=SgtHollywood;347404]Thanks guys. I'll have to post some of the other bike for you then. Here's a few of them, some finished some not so much.

Thanks again enjoy the bike hoarding picts



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Wow. All nice but I love these two
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Yeah I like those too, esp the RD, looking forward to my upcoming RD400 build.
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Oh nice, I love the RD's two stroke beasts
That just reminded me, one of my first projects I did with another friend back in 1992, we took Benelli 125cc and fitted a CR250 motor in with a bit of welding, it was an ugly bike, but riding this beast was like riding a wild horse very light weight and powerful, eventually the frame gave up, but it worked for almost a year with a few replacement rings and piston for the CR motor
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Here's an old project '73 cb350 I built. Nothing like yours or any of the fabricating talent but she was nice anyway. I've posted it up before but it was a fun bike. Note the mandatory limp sausage taillight also
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Been toying with the idea of putting a big bore banshee motor in a spare frame for a little custom terror machine, or find a big single 2 stroke. Nothing like seeing the sky unwanted when it really comes on the pipe.

Been seeing a lot of cafed 350s, definitely been an increase in street value lately!
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Originally Posted by SgtHollywood View Post
Been toying with the idea of putting a big bore banshee motor in a spare frame for a little custom terror machine, or find a big single 2 stroke. Nothing like seeing the sky unwanted when it really comes on the pipe.

Been seeing a lot of cafed 350s, definitely been an increase in street value lately!
Check this one out-too bad it has no title...

xs650 bobber 2 stroke engine SICK CUSTOM FAST LOUD**
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Originally Posted by captainchaos View Post
Check this one out-too bad it has no title...

xs650 bobber 2 stroke engine SICK CUSTOM FAST LOUD**

Getting a title for that isn't too difficult. VT honors out of state Registrations and with that you can get a title almost anywhere.
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