Jul 23, Another possibility would be a small screwdriver & hammer, forced between the bushing & swingarm. Once you open a gap, you can then use a larger screwdriver, punch or even a steel cut masonry nail to collapse the steel shell. Dec 06, 2. Position the sway bar link away from the suspension strut assembly.
3. Detach the lower portion of the ball joint from the control arm. A breaker bar or high-torque impact driver may be needed to loosen the two (2) nuts and one (1) bolt that secure the ball joint to the control arm; they are usually on very shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins. Apr 27, With the bolt out, you can remove the rubber bushing on the outside of the swingarm and then pull out the swingarm. With the swingarm out, you have to remove the bushings that are in the swingarm.
This can be a little tricky.
The bushings have to be pressed from the inside out! I learned this the hard way: inside shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 6 mins. Mar 03, Removal of swingarm bushings. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 11 of 11 Posts. N. nate_dogg Registered. Joined Feb 6, 37 Posts.
Discussion Starter #1 Feb 23, Hey everybody, im from Australia and have a z50j. Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. R & R your Swing Arm, Belt Drive, Swing Arm Pivot Shaft, and Rear Remove bearings et al.
from the & later swing arm via press. Bike Work: If you are using my kit rotate the outer support bushing than install the swingarm mounting blocks to the frame. Apr 04, There are two “special” tools that are needed, (to purchase, or to make), to remove the swingarm pivot axle. The cost of one of those tools is between 50 – 90, (a socket to remove the pivot axle locking nut).
The other tool is a 19mm, (3/4″), hex head, (Allen wrench), socket. The hex head wrench costs around 18 – 20 at a local.