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Motion Pro Swingarm Bearing Tool

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Motion Pro Swingarm Bearing Tool

Product Description

Motion Pro is dedicated to producing the most versatile, unique and durable products for professional and home use. Motion Pro tools are designed to be simple to use, yet durable enough to withstand the harshest conditions. One of their goals is to offer tools of convenience. Do it right the first time with Motion Pro Tools.

  • Designed for installation of the swingarm bearings on late-model Japanese off-road motorcycles.
  • 200 mm long threaded installation bolt.
  • Puller draws bearing into the swingarm.
  • Includes three drivers for use with common bearing sizes.
  • Kits includes driver sizes I.D. 20 mm / O.D. 26 mm, I.D. 21 mm / O.D. 26 mm and I.D. 22 mm / O.D.27 mm.
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Tomkam Location: Mililani, Hawaii
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Great Tool

Worth the money, easy to use. If you strip the threaded rod, your using it incorrectly

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Verified Purchaser
Location: HERMOSA SOUTH DAKOTA
WHAT A TOOL

I DID NOT WANT TO BUY ONE , BUT AFTER I USED IT,IT WAS THE BEST TOOL FOR ITS COST

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Misson Viejo, Ca.
Works great!

the tool worked great! have used on my kawasaki and Ktm. Just be sure to keep the threads clean and greased..

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Mililani, Hawaii
Does not fit rm 85 swing arm

I used 1/2 inch sockets to push out the bearing. The nuts stripped out. Used a steel bolt and galvanized nuts and held out better. The idea is good but the tool is weak could not even push out a 85 swing arm bearing without breaking.

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Location: Newton IA
This tool works great!

It does everything it says and also removes and installs shock linkage bearings easily.

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Top 500 Contributor
Location: Atlanta, GA
Not very good for linkage service.

I bought this tool in order to replace the bearings in my shock linkage. The description says this should work for removing and installing the linkage bearings. This tool comes with several different diameter fittings to remove the differing size bearings on swing arms and linkages. The one that was sized for my linkage was slightly too wide, so I had to sand it down to even get it to work at all. Even then I had to resort to other means in order to remove the bearings. Installing the bearings with this tool went pretty smoothly.

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Bearing tool

did the job amazingly and paid itself off, we called a local mx shop and they wanted over $150 to do it. great product

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Top 10 Contributor
Location: Texas
Make Life Easier

All I can say is that these are worth the money if you want to replace swingarm/linkage bearings. They make the job really easy. I used it on a 2007 YZ250F and a 2006 CRF250R.

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Location: Nashville
Only works for pressing in bearings

My only problem with this tool was that I was trying to remove my old bearings. Unfortunately it was only made to press new bearings in. So just make sure your not purchasing to remove. Other than that it worked great to press my new set in.

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Location: Louisiana
NOT FAIR TO RATE CAUSE IT DIDN'T FIT MY BIKE!!

Does not work on 2003 cr85r!! for 1990-2000 model bikes!!

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Nosh Over 9 months ago Location: Oxford, UK
Will this fit my 160cc pitbike?
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately i am not familiar with this bike and cannot find any specs on it. If you measure the diameter of the bearings and compare it to the included drivers with this kit, that will tell you if it contains the correct sizes for this bike.
Samwell Over 4 years ago
Will this work on a 2008 KTM 300XCW?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland
This tool will probably not work on a KTM dirt bike.
jlpz298 Over 4 years ago
Could i use this tool to removed linkage bearings as well, on a yz125?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
This tools is probably too big to remove linkage bearings.
jlpz298 Over 4 years ago
Will this work on my 05 y125 and 07 kx250f?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Yes, this should work for both bikes.
crfslayer Over 4 years ago
This is all you need to change them no press or anything like that ?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Designed for installation and removal of the swingarm bearings on late model Japanese motorcycles.
chad Over 5 years ago Location: Arnold CA
Can you buy additional drivers for the swingarm bearing tool?
I was wandering if you could use the tool for your linkage as well.
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
This does included some extra inserts for different size bearings, but I'm not too sure if it includes the size for the linkage.
nascarguy628 Over 5 years ago
Will this work on 07 RM85 and 05 KX65?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Yes it should work on both of those bikes.
KXDodger Over 5 years ago Location: East Texas
Does this tool work on all swingarms - regardless of brand/model? Are all swingarm bearings of a universal size?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
No, the bearings aren't all the same from bike to bike. This is mainly to be used on late model Japanese bikes. It includes three drivers for use with the most common bearing sizes
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