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Since the weather is starting to suck, I have taken the old girl out of the mix for the winter.:banghead

I plan on doing tires, chain, sprockets...

Anyhow I was steam cleaning the swingarm and noticed this.

Should I be concerned? :O

The bike has always lined up well, ridden straight etc.
 

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:scared No! I'd suggest you get it to a shop straight away ! There is no way that can be safe !


















































:laugh :laugh :laugh Don't worry about it, they all come like that - factory way of getting the chain to clear :)
 

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That was mean. :laugh

 

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:laugh :laugh :laugh :laugh



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I almost spit my coffee out!

My wife would be pissed if I add one more thing to the list of "hey look what needs tweaked"

I bought the bike from Wingspan, and from what I have seen of his work, I didn't figure he would sell something like that. I don't have factory exhaust(full M4:devious ), so I didn't see a connection.

Just thought I'd ask since I am in the process of tearing it apart. I have fully enjoyed my time here and I always end up getting solid answers to stupid questions! :hail
 

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I usually remove the empty beer cans by hand. But if it has really attached itself to the swingarm I'd consider some heat first before taking it to a machine shop.

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Think Burnie's swingarm has way more issues! How are you gonna install that sucker with that worn out broom & old yardstick firmly attached? Think you got your money's worth out of that broom?

JK.

Nice paint job. I like that semi-flat or just plain flat black look especially for rear end suspension components. :hail Glossly black looks very cheap in comparison IMHO.
 
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