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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Service Manual: Rear suspension assembly construction

Suzuki GSX-R. Rear suspension assembly construction


  1. Rear shock absorber mounting bolt (upper)
  2. Rear shock absorber mounting nut (lower)
  3. Cushion rod mounting nut (front)
  4. Cushion rod mounting nut (rear)
  5. Cushion lever mounting nut
  6. Swingarm pivot nut
  7. Swingarm pivot boss nut
  8. Swingarm pivot shaft
  9. Swingarm pivot lock-nut
  10. 0.5 Mm (0.02 In)
  11. 1.5 Mm (0.06 In)
  12. 0 0.5 Mm (0 0.02 In)
  13. 50
    Nm (5.0 Kgf-m, 36.0 Lbf-ft)
  14. 98 Nm
    (9.8 Kgf-m, 71.0 Lbf-ft)
  15. 115 Nm
    (11.5 Kgf-m, 83.0 Lbf-ft)
  16. 100 Nm
    (10.0 Kgf-m, 72.5 Lbf-ft)
  17. 65 Nm
    (6.5 Kgf-m, 47.0 Lbf-ft)
  18. 15 Nm
    (1.5 Kgf-m, 11.0 Lbf-ft)
  19. 90 Nm
    (9.0 Kgf-m, 65.0 Lbf-ft)

Apply grease to the
bearing.

Rear suspension components
Rear shock absorber Rear shock absorber mounting nut Cushion rod Cushion rod mounting nut Cushion lever Cushion lever mounting nut Swingarm pivot lock-nut ...

Rear shock absorber removal and installation
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