How to Remove a Swing Arm...

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How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Kaosone » 19 Oct 2013, 18:13

1) Take the bike you wish to remove the swing arm from....

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2) Strip said bike down to its frame & swing arm (burn any remaining parts)......

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3) Take your swing arm extractor tool......

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4) Calibrate the swing arm extractor tool as per your manufactures recommendations........

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5) Begin the extraction process ensuring proper health & safety procedures are adhered to (hold the extractor one handed while smoking a cigarette)...........

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6) Pause for a minute to remove aluminum splinters from your eyes/face.

7) Continue the extraction process while squinting & laugh hysterically like a psychopathic killer strangling a prostitute until you've "done that motherfucker"...........

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8) Remove offending piece & wonder why photobucket has turned your picture upside-down???? (Probably because they suck cock).

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9) Set swing arm to one side until you've paid you eBay seller fees of £368.08 & those robbing cunts will reactivate your account & then rip you off again.........

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10) Then go at the frame some more because you have the extractor tool in your hand & fuck it why not & then wonder why this time photobucket rotated your picture 90 degrees clockwise :dunno:...........

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11) Put the remaining body parts in the back of the freezer so your mum doesn't find them, burn your clothes, clean the room with bleach, remove your finger prints with a Stanley blade. No need to get an alibi as once you dump those body parts a while later it'll throw forensics off as the time of death will be massively inaccurate.
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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Worf » 19 Oct 2013, 18:23

:lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

If you happen to know a few dozen truck drivers you can really confuse them :lmao:

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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by blagger » 19 Oct 2013, 19:49

lol next on ebay will be your frame number and v5 :kinky: :kinky:
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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Armi » 20 Oct 2013, 11:00

WTF is going on here then Stu?!
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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Worf » 20 Oct 2013, 11:04

He took his swing arm out......

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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by blagger » 20 Oct 2013, 15:41

Be of jb weld and you will be sorted stu

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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Kaosone » 21 Oct 2013, 12:30

Armi wrote:WTF is going on here then Stu?!


:whistle:

Worf wrote:He took his swing arm out......


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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by raverbiker » 21 Oct 2013, 23:00

Thats just how i plan on doing mine....phew and i thought i was gonna have too waste money on a Haynes manual..cheers bud :lmao: :lmao:

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Re: How to Remove a Swing Arm...

Post by Kaosone » 22 Oct 2013, 09:08

Glad to be of assistance :25:

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