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The bolt wot goes thouth the fram and the swing arm how do u get it out when it is rusted in thanks

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Usually you can heat up the nut with a torch and break it loose. Or use air ratchet and gun, or lastly cut of with hacksaw or cutting torch or drill out.

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Have a 1985 Suzuki rm250. Cant get swing arm pivot bolt out. Wont budge a mm. Have a bolt on it still to have something to brace and hammer onto. What the heck do we do? Lol


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There is no other way, but with gentle brut force. Remove the nut and lay the bike on its side with swing arm bolt thread exposed and facing up.

Use Q20 / WD40 or any type of aerosol anti seize releasing fluid by spraying it on to bolt thread and swing arm making sure to get the fluid to enter the bolt hole of the swing arm. You might have to do this for a couple of days to a week 5 - 10 times a day. Leave the bike lying on its side. To check, replace nut leaving 2 - 3mm gap before its against the swing arm and hammer it lightly without damaging the thread for movement. If no luck, you will have to drill 3 - 4 (3mm) holes in to the swing arm on the section where the bolt slides through to spray the fluid directly on to the bolt shaft. You can weld or plug the 3 or 4 holes after you have removed the seized bolt, but be careful not to obstruct the bolt hole. It takes some patience but you will get it out.

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