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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Factory or aftermarket pivot bearings will fit your swingarm.
The crank is a little more complicated. It may be a longer stroke with a shorter rod and use a stock piston. Or, longer stroke and stock length rod and require a stroker piston OR a spacer plate under the cylinder and longer timing chain. You would have to compare the factory crank to the Barker, maybe even mock up the crank in a case half, cylinder and piston. AND, check the bottom of the cases to see if some trenching (machining) is necessary. That said, I don't like the grinder marks on the rod!
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