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These sumumma bitches are gonna result in me throwing something pretty soon. What is the trick to getting these things in?

Is there a simple method or am I going to have to make something to get this done?

Somewhat unrelated question - should there be any side-to-side play on the swingarm pivot bolt at the frame cradle? Like an 1/8" or so.

Thanks.

 

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Hmmm...guess who feels like a dumbass. I guess I just assumed the shock eyelets were the same. These came with the studs I purchased for moving over to the round swingarm.

You're right Shovithead - these have the cup washers on the sides.

I have a set of the plastic hourglass-shaped ones from an old set of shocks. I will probably have to remove the steel bushing from them as these rear shock studs are a larger diameter. That should be a hoot. I think I need to invest in a press.

Thanks for the insight guys
 
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