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Swingarm Replacement?

Hi Everyone,
My son laid down his Street 750.
Most of the damage is cosmetic, and straightforward unbolt and replace.
But the swingarm is bent.
I have a line on a good used one, but not sure what's involved in removing and replacing this.
Any tips, or things to watch out for?
Or better yet, a procedure?

Thanks y'all,
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I would buy a service manual to "guide " you through the steps. Besides taking everything off the rear section it should be fairly easy though. Should just have the swing arm bolt to remove and just replace everything in reverse order..

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Swing arm swap is easy. But will take some home work. You should have a shop manual .If swing arm is bent there maybe issues getting shock bolts out.

Warning block and secure the bike well before going at it. Wear you can see damage or not there is a good chance the shocks are also damaged.
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