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Old 29-Apr-2012, 07:11 PM
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WANTED:Aluminium swing arm

Any one got a 851 888 or monster 900 aluminium swingarm they would like to part with? I know there is some on ebay but look bit steep.
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Old 29-Apr-2012, 08:29 PM
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m8 you dont need an alloy arm you need some lead weights putting on to it slow the dam thing down
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Old 29-Apr-2012, 08:41 PM
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m8 you dont need an alloy arm you need some lead weights putting on to it slow the dam thing down

Ha ha ha, Well the bike is going on diet, she was 172 kg at snetterton. So 20 ish kilos to loose. Already lost 2.5kg with a new battery and aluminium arm will be another 2kgs. Roll on anglesey
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Old 29-Apr-2012, 09:47 PM
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My alli arm only made a kilo or so difference
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Old 01-May-2012, 09:37 PM
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Well a kilo is a kilo. Still saving a bit of weight. Has no one got one lying in the garage. Skids did I not read a post a while back dating you had 3 in the garage?
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Old 01-May-2012, 09:46 PM
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Richard I have the odd SS alloy arm but also have a frame and engine in the shed that goes with it and the only monster one I have is from a S4 with the later chassis and is destined for the 620 Monster Dark that I bought off Steve Mason Last year
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Old 01-May-2012, 09:50 PM
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I've got an 888 one that will fit the early Monster.

Its got a gouge on the inside where one of the sprocket nuts came loose but it got me home from the middle of France with no problem. Its not pretty but can't see a 55bhp 600 stressing it as much as a laden 888!
You might need to file/machine down the chain adjusters to fit inside it though.
If you PM me your email address I'll try to dig it out of the loft and take some pics, or if you're passing through Alton one evening your wlecome to take a look.
Cheers, Paul
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