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Old 12-18-2015, 10:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Eyeballing a photo . . . appears yes . . . . appears the axle will be slightly further back than the front fender stay bolt as shown in the link provided . . . but for sure measure!

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Old 12-19-2015, 08:11 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Although rather obvious don't forget that no one will probably have exactly the same measurement from the swing arm pivot or any other front point to the center of the rear axle as the axle location depends on the tightness of the belt.
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Great work guys. I began to read this thread and thought if no one has answered his question, I will go to the garage and measure mine. But I see you have answered and added excellent advice to boot. So I was a little late, but as always our 4m buds came through with flying colors.
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Excellent point, thankfully for a stock set-up they will all be plenty close for this exercise, but will change more if a different belt is used like a pulley-swap or such. But either way you are right on the mark: it will vary a bit. But for a fender set-up it'll be fine as long as any larger tire and any rear suspension drop is also considered. In the picture provided its hard to know if that tire is sitting where it will clear the front of the installed swing-arm, it seems close just eyeballing it, but can't be sure.

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Although rather obvious don't forget that no one will probably have exactly the same measurement from the swing arm pivot or any other front point to the center of the rear axle as the axle location depends on the tightness of the belt.
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