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Need to remove swinging arm from bike to replace bearings. how do you remove studs from engine?

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SOURCE: Vt250F Swing arm bearings need replacing

You need to tap the old races out with a large hammer and a drift. A steel chisel works, a punch with a flat end works better. Position the punch or chisel on the visible edge from the opposite side and hit it firmly. Move your device to the opposite edge and hit it again. You don't want to drive only one side out, twisting the race. It needs to be driven fairly evenly, close to straight out. Rarely, you have to cut the race out, if you must do that I would use a rotary tool with a cutting disc.

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SOURCE: yamaha diversion swing arm and bearings

You can check the manual but its in french..
http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/YAMAHA/XJ900S-2000-_F
Did you put new seals and bearings in? Have you any parts left over?
Get back to me if you need more help with this.

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SOURCE: how to remove swing arm bearings on a suzuki rm 80

need a bearing removal tool, pick one up @ your dealer

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SOURCE: how do you remove the swing arm bolt mounted to

These can be very stubborn. Take the nut off then turn the bolt with the other end, a lot of times it will turn freely but not come out. You have to beat it out, if it does not come out easy it has rusted in place so spray anti rust like PB Blaster, and let it sit, beat it out with large hammer!

Posted on Dec 01, 2009

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