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Talking Extended Swingarm - March 2, 2009, 11:19 PM

I was wondering if I'm required to buy a longer chain for an extended swingarm or can I use a normal stock chain? I've never done it before but I look forward to it VERY SOON.



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You will need a longer than stock length chain.



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You will need a longer chain.... Just wondering, how long are you going to make it? Why do you have this desire?


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You will need a longer chain.... Just wondering, how long are you going to make it? Why do you have this desire?
Only way to do hill climbs.
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We usually sell 150 link chains with extended swingarms


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"You will need a longer chain.... Just wondering, how long are you going to make it? Why do you have this desire?"

I'm still not sure when because I don't have all the tools to do the swingarms and def not a lot of time because i'm still working part-time and i'm still a part-time student. So, I'm still not sure when. Thanks for your answer.



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"You will need a longer chain.... Just wondering, how long are you going to make it? Why do you have this desire?"

I'm still not sure when because I don't have all the tools to do the swingarms and def not a lot of time because i'm still working part-time and i'm still a part-time student. So, I'm still not sure when. Thanks for your answer.

Hey asked "Why," not "When."


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we all know the answer: cuz it looks kewl.






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Maybe he is building a drag bike? Maybe he like's the long and low look? Who cares what you people think cause it is what he want's to do. He was asking for info on doing it not if you liked it.


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Maybe he is building a drag bike? Maybe he like's the long and low look? Who cares what you people think cause it is what he want's to do. He was asking for info on doing it not if you liked it.
I was just wondering why. I know a few people who have drag bikes and don't like turning...


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Maybe he is building a drag bike? Maybe he like's the long and low look? Who cares what you people think cause it is what he want's to do. He was asking for info on doing it not if you liked it.

I was just pointing out the missed question.


Good for him, do what ya like.


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I'm still not sure when because I don't have all the tools to do the swingarms and def not a lot of time because i'm still working part-time and i'm still a part-time student. So, I'm still not sure when. Thanks for your answer.[/quote]

i dont think you should mess with it as in yourself, let the shop do it for u and do a right. (RnR) or (fairfax cycle)


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