Originally Posted by 96Justin
ya i agree with the swingarm..
was thinking flatting it first if it dont work ill cut it..
This is a discussion on five-0 frame problems.. within the CRF50 forums, part of the General Talk category; Originally Posted by 96Justin ahh I see yeah I wouldnt touch the swinger as if you bend that section inwards it could pull the 2 ...
thats an old DC frame..notch it and cap it..dont be such a HACKOriginally Posted by SHADE
seth quit lying to your self you dont have a plasma cutter or a tig welder... go pull out the sawzaw and some JB weld and have at itOriginally Posted by SHADE
im just bored and messing with you ahha knowing you youve probably got a cnc machine in thierOriginally Posted by SHADE
Originally Posted by SHADE
DC built their frames for a long time
Originally Posted by slayer66
DC did? LOL
Who made it is irrelevant, who can fix it is what matters. I know this hack, his name is slayer66, does decent work.
if you got the metal work skills then cut and plate the frame, but id be more incline to C-notch the swingarm
easy fix , large C clamp and rounded block of hard wood (hehe i said hard wood), light pressure till it dimples the frame .
better fix , cut out a patch in the area that hits , flip the cut out piece inside out weld in back in , grind it smooth , re paint , look factory .
i've done this on a harley frame so an evo fit in a shovel head frame.
nice build , is it for stock/mod class at mini moto sx ?????
hey seth only read the first page but it was the same on my billetware... u either gotta weld and extend those 2 pivot joint things on the stock swinger.. or i believe a 70 swingarm will fit. dont hold me to that though
I'd just dent the swinger with a hammer, but do a good job with it cause you need to remember with suspension that swing arm is going to be moving up and down. So Make sure you dent it enough that it won't rub on the frame when compressed.