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Gsxr 750 wv swingarm bearing adjustment ?

How to adjust gsxr 750 wv swingarm bearing ? i dont have my workshop manual yet please help

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Hi buddy you cant adjust bearings the bearing are there for smooth movement you can losen the swing and arm bolt to make them a little loser but too lose will be dodgy get back to me what you mean

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