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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Service Manual: Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Service Manual / Suspension / Rear suspension / Repair instructions / Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation

Removal

  1. Remove the swingarm. Refer to swingarm removal and installation .
  2.  Remove the swingarm pivot boss nut (1).
Note

remove the swingarm pivot boss only when replacing it.

Suzuki GSX-R. Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation


  1. Remove the swingarm pivot boss (2) by removing its set screws.

Suzuki GSX-R. Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation


Installation

Install the swingarm pivot boss in the reverse order of removal. Pay attention to the following points:

Suzuki GSX-R. Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation


Tightening torque swingarm pivot boss nut (a): 65 nm (6.5 Kgf-m, 47.0 Lbf-ft)

Suzuki GSX-R. Swingarm pivot boss removal and installation


Swingarm removal and installation
Removal Cut the drive chain. Refer to drive chain replacement in section 3a .  Remove the rear wheel assembly. Refer to rear wheel assembly removal and installation in section 2d . ...

Swingarm related parts inspection
Refer to swingarm removal and installation (page 2c- 9). Spacers Remove the collar and spacer from the swingarm.  Inspect the collars and spacer for wear and damage. If any defects ...

Other materials:

Inspection after cleaning
For extended life of your motorcycle, lubricate according to "general lubrication" section . Warning Wet brakes can cause poor braking performance and may lead to an accident. Avoid a possible accident by expecting longer stopping distances after washing your ...

General description
Engine coolant description Caution  use a high quality ethylene glycol base anti-freeze, mixed with distilled water. Do not mix an alcohol base anti-freeze and different brands of anti-freeze.  Do not put in more than 60% anti-freeze or less than 50%. (Refer ...

Inspecting the drive chain
When inspecting the chain, look for the following:  loose pins  damaged rollers dry or rusted links  kinked or binding links  excessive wear  improper chain adjustment If you find anything wrong with the drive chain condition or adjustment, correct the pr ...

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