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anyone know if a '99 M900 swingarm can replace the one on a '99 M750...direct swap?


i hear that most things are interchangeable from the 750 and the 900...

any info would be great!

Thanks in advance
 

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i think that sets a record for the fastest response...

Anyone know what a used one would go for dollar wise?
 
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i've seen steel ones go for about $100 used.
i sold a brand-spankin new aluminum one (for '02+ models) for about $250 last summer.

easy way to tell if you're only looking at pics is that the holes in the front 1/2 of the swingarm that the shock mounts to and the rear cylinder's header passes through will look smooth/rounded on an aluminum unit cuz the front 1/2 is cast. on a steel unit, that area looks more boxed/industrial cuz it's all welded box tubing.

this looks good but who knows what this guy's reserve is?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2463933492

this looks reasonable but you're not getting a shock (who care?!)
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2464584210
 

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thanks for the info strati...would I would really like to do the upgrade...i guess it would shave some weight off...

i will look at those links...

i already have the shock..so...hmmmmm


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i also like that both of those swingarms have spools (for a rear stand) built in. good stuff. the rear stand i use has "pads" that slip under the swingarm which is plenty secure, but can obstruct rear wheel rotation if i don't place it just right.
 
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