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ecmx274 ecmx274
4/27/2020 2:42 PM
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Does it need cut off and a new piece made and welded on? Can I fill it with weld and grind it smooth? Would using a brazing rod instead of weld be a bad idea? Is it fine as is? It’s not wore through yet. How would you guys fix it?
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sandman768 sandman768
4/27/2020 3:23 PM

Aluminum, bring to aluminum welder. Then replace chain buffer before it happens again.

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mx317 mx317
4/28/2020 4:01 PM

I would check eBay for one.

Take it to the limit, one more time!

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sjsingle1 sjsingle1
4/28/2020 9:29 PM

as long as it is not in the bore...a welder can fill it up ...watching the heat...file down ...sand...and your good

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526 526
4/29/2020 4:40 AM

If you have it welded be sure the welder understands that the bore is a bearing press and cannot change size. If the bearing has to much when the welding is done it will prematurely wear or not rotate smoothly.

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kb228 kb228
4/29/2020 4:42 PM

Have the welder preheat the swingarm to 300 degrees F and fill the slots. easy repair.

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