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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:

Front wheel related parts inspection
Refer to front wheel assembly removal and installation . Tire Refer to tire inspection in section 0b . Front brake disc Refer to front brake disc inspection in section 4b . Dust seal Inspect the lip of dust seals for wear or damage. If any defects are found, replace the dust seal ...

Rear brake hose routing diagram
Hose clamp : face the clamp end backward. Stopper : after the brake hose union has contacted to the stopper, tighten the union bolt. Brake pad pin Plug Caliper sliding pin b Caliper sliding pin a White marking Yellow marking Pass the ...

Steering damper maintenance
Keep the steering damper shaft 1 clean at all times.  Wipe off any oil residue with a cloth. Do not confuse the grease-like residue on the steering damper's shaft with an oil leak. Collection of this residue is normal and is from oil seal lubricant used in the damper. Yo ...

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