Honda Red Wing Rider
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Central City, La.
one side has a regular swing arm pivot bolt which is pulled all the way down and the other side has a pivot bolt with a lock nut on it. you may be able to loosen the lock nut and snug it up some more to get rid of the slack. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. If that doesn't take care of then they will need to be changed and of course the swing arm will need to be removed from the bike.
They can be a pain to change sometimes, the factory bearing is a tapered style setup. The taper sits inside the swing arm and a blind bearing puller with a slide hammer will help getting them out, but this is not something that everyone has. I just weld a bolt head to the taper part and use a slide hammer to snatch it out.
98/01 Foreman 400/450 Halfbreed with to much to list according to the site