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Pull arm to do buffer?

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Time to change the chain buffer on my 99 WR, this will be the first. Do you have to remove the swing arm to replace the buffer? I did a search and couldn't find a answer..

Thanks Domenic :D

Never mind I found the information :)

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I would think so. It just doesn't seem like there's enough room between the countershaft sprocket and the swingarm to pull it around.

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Ive replaced the stock chain buffer (no, you do not have to remove the swingarm) and I have put a TM designs buffer on. (yes, you do have to remove the swingarm)

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The answer is both, I'll pull the swing arm and service the bearings at the same time, I never had this much maintenance on my 2 stroke :)

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