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just changed a u joint on a buddy's foreman, it's a very simple process with the right tools.
 

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just changed a u joint on a buddy's foreman, it's a very simple process with the right tools.
Care to share the details and tools needed ??
 

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it's a simple job, the wheels , shocks, and brake lines have to come off first, then there are two big baiscally bolts holding the swingarm, pull the brake bracket on the right side, then the two bolts and the swingarm will come off, oh yea and the boot, witch houses the u joint, then it's a matter of cleaning out the old ujoint debris, in a parts vat or with gasoline and going back together with new part, with lots of grease, good luck and let me know if you have any problems
 

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Yeah thats if your lucky and dont bend the output shaft........If you break one and the output shaft doesnt bend consider yourself very lucky
 

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Yeah thats if your lucky and dont bend the output shaft........If you break one and the output shaft doesnt bend consider yourself very lucky
Did you break the out put shaft also if so what is involved in changeing it out i think i have broke it on mine and also where did you get the lock nut tool for the swingarm?
 

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No i didnt (Break) the output shaft i bent it so i just bent it back and havent had any problems with it as for the swing arm i dont really know my buddy made a tool for it
 
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