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1994 kawasaki kx100 cant get swingarm bolt out

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Sound like it sieized in ther try a impack gun on the bolt as i can remmber it runs though the engine case thats wear it could be stuck i would soack it with penatrating fluid give the head of the bolt some nice clouts with a hammer the try a impack gun or large bar

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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