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Thread: Single Sided Swing Arm (SSSA) conversion

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    Not been here that long CBRRRT's Avatar
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    Default Re: Single Sided Swing Arm (SSSA) conversion

    The next step is to fit a car wheel to your arm mate.
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    Default Re: Single Sided Swing Arm (SSSA) conversion

    nice, can i get some more info from you?

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    Default Re: Single Sided Swing Arm (SSSA) conversion

    Sure you can, just drop me a PM mate with your questions and mail addy and I'll do what I can to help.
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    Default Re: Single Sided Swing Arm (SSSA) conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by CBRRRT View Post
    I just finished my 96 blade upgrade

    I used a 1996 VFR 750 swing arm
    1993 5.5J rear wheel that will take up to a 190 tyre
    2000 R1 rear hugger
    2006 ZXR 600 front fender
    GSXR 1000 rear break res
    2005 R1 sub-frame
    2005 R1 seat unit and pod
    2005 R1 underseat exhaust

    If you want to see how I did it then follow the link below

    http://www.streetfighters.com.au/for...TOPIC_ID=12308

    Lots of how too's

    Regards

    CBRRRT
    That is a bad Ass Bike!!

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