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Has anyone replaced them before on the mc22?
I've taken out the dust seals to inspect them and just by looking at where the needle roller bearing (left side of swingarm) is sitting, it looks like I'm not even going to be able to press it out from the other side.
Would there be places that can do it for me? Also I'm thinking it would be worth to get new swingarm bearings if I end up taking them out. Where abouts can I buy new ones?
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I don't know about the specific design of the MC22 swingarm, but generally speaking if you're in trouble getting rear access you can just use a bearing puller if you know anyone who's got one. Most general engineering workshops should have one lying around somewhere.
 

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eddd said:
Bearings of almost any size can be had from any old bearing shop. I am assuming that it is nothing special, Just tale out, get new one and replace. They're like $10 each..
+1 Whoops, forgot that part.

If you have time, when you extract the original bearings then you should just be able to take them to a CBC bearings or similar and get it sorted out. They are usually happy to help out.
 
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