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Separating the swing arm (and removing the silent bloc) The swing arm on an old A10 does not come apart easily. It is held together by the swinging arm fork spindlerunning through the center of the swing arm. This spindle is held in place by a securing bolt on one end and a nut on the opposite end. Jun 15, BSA Chains BSA Ignition settings BSA Torque settings Fasteners. Sponsoring B44 Swingarm Bushing Removal # 06/05/06 pm.

Joined: Aug Posts: 2, Likes: Dec 15, Removing the BSA A10 swing arm and silent block bushings. With both inner sleeves removed I torched through the swing arm tube and burned out the rest of the rubber and scraped it out with metal rod. I kept waiting for the fire company or the EPA to show up as flakes of burning rubber embers were swirling around the ally and toxic fumes Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

Jul 23, I used a drill press with small bit and drilled holes into the rubber between the two collars to free up the inner metal collar and then used a needle nose vice clamp to extract it then a fine tip screw driver to tap/smash the outer collar in on itself away from the swing arm housing the bushing until it gave me a grabable edge then i used the. Swing arm, Rear, Black (May have some shelf wear), Bushing type, BSA, A65, A50,/, NOS BSA. Aug 21, Take a hack saw blade and start sawing through the bushing length wise (careful not cut the metal) do this to opposite sides of the bushing.

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Then take a punch or thin screwdriver b/n the bushing and swing arm and tap. It should separate in two pieces. C-Los SD, Aug 21, C-Los SD, Aug 21, #5.