Will a crf70 swingarm bolt onto a xr50 frame using the 50 shock and stock rim? I want to do a extended swingarm and keep the ride height i have.Just a question i thought i would ask. thanks for any input!
could you show me a picture of the rear brake? and how much taller will it put the rear? thanks for your time..also can i use the stock shock?fiddy4ever said:mine with a 70 swinger
thanks for info..could you show me a picture of the rear brake? thanks for your time
thanksfiddy4ever said:Ill have to get the pic late on. I just drilled a hole in it and put a bolt thru and bolted it tight. Then I put another nut on the end of the bolt and it holds the brake panel perfect with no play.
It might raise it a couple of inches.
Yes you can use the stock shock.
trtr013 said:order or just go hardware store...buy a short piece of all-thread, a nut and a coupler...then use it to make your own...saves 10-15 bucks...just an idea...
traut811 said:I just took my stock brake rod, welded in a 2 or 3 inch extension somewhere towards the middle (or right before the threaded area), cleaned it up, made it look all pretty, painted it, and a year and a half later no issues at all.
Can you send me a pic.inked said:I got a crf70 swingarm for sale. $50 shipped. It's in great shape. I got a great deal on a brand new sano +2 so I don't need it anymore.
bountehntr said:what would be the best year 70 to get a swingarm from? sorry for all the questions lol...still learning...thanks