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geeeorge

rear alignment

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my rear tire keeps rubbing my exhaust when i do small jumps or even whoops i know this is not supposed to happen, is there a way to move the swing arm a little bit to the left. If anyone has any ideas how to fix the problem please let me know.

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There's no way to move the swingarm.

Your problem is most likely a bent subframe.

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There's no way to move the swingarm.

Your problem is most likely a bent subframe.

Yeah......what he said

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There's no way to move the swingarm.

Your problem is most likely a bent subframe.

Yeah......what he said

What he said about what he said :thumbsup: and raise it a Ditto

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My subframe is Not bent and my FMF T-4 rubbed the inside sticker off from day one....

Hmmmmmmm

Bonzai :thumbsup:

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Try putting a couple of washers against your subframe to move the exhaust out a bit. . .

what he said...........

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Yes, what all of those guys said, but just for your info... I am not sure what cc bike you have but there is a subframe on ebay for 400, 426 for a buy it now price of $60 and another that bid price is only $30 so far.. :thumbsup: if it turns out to be your subframe

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There is suppost to be a quarter inch spacer that sits on the inside of the harness that holds the pipe. make sure that is there, i know if you go down you will also have that harness smash in a bit, if you undo the rear harness what ever you want to call it that pipe should be able to move right or left a couple inches, if it will not move right you might have a bent pipe forcing it to far to the left... anyway been there done that I went down and had the bending to do to get it to clear the tire... Unless you are running an unreal wide tire... stock is 90/110 anything bigger thatn 90/120 might rub ya ... not in a good way... :thumbsup:

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