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Yeah. You need to fab a brake-stay. I used a bolt with a 12mm head. I drilled the swingarm at the same spot the 50 brake-stay is at and ran the bolt through with a spacer to hold it out far enough and lock washers to keep it from loosening. It's as easy as can be.
 

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I ground the welds for the brake stay tab plate off the 50 arm and did some grinding on it to get it to fit flush with the side plate of the 70 arm, then welded it in place.

A bolt/spacer works fine, but youll have to find a 2-3mm washer to take up the space that the 50 tab plate usually takes up
 

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Dezmo said:
I ground the welds for the brake stay tab plate off the 50 arm and did some grinding on it to get it to fit flush with the side plate of the 70 arm, then welded it in place.

A bolt/spacer works fine, but youll have to find a 2-3mm washer to take up the space that the 50 tab plate usually takes up
Has the swingarm hit any of yalls pipe on full compression of the shock?
 

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CMaDillac said:
[quote name='Dezmo']I ground the welds for the brake stay tab plate off the 50 arm and did some grinding on it to get it to fit flush with the side plate of the 70 arm, then welded it in place.

A bolt/spacer works fine, but youll have to find a 2-3mm washer to take up the space that the 50 tab plate usually takes up
Has the swingarm hit any of yalls pipe on full compression of the shock?[/quote]



Not that I noticed. I'm running stock exhaust and Ishock.
 
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