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Old 03-12-2018, 12:49 PM
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DNA Basket case

Hello all,
I've been reading around here for a few weeks now. Let me give you some info. I got a DNA/Ultima Pro Street 250 rear as a basket case from a friend that took it in on a trade. He's a Honda guy and I'm more of a Yamaha guy and this bike is a Harley type (see where I'm taking this ). So, it's from 2003, someone started assembling but apparently had some trouble. Wrong trans offset, messed up shock install and that had me worried about anything else that was "done". So, I centered the rear wheel and made bushings, made a trans offset plate with 1 1/2" offset, got 1 1/2" engine side primary spacer, 1 1/2" drive pulley space and longer nut, (he had the stock pulley spacer there and on backwards). Drive train now lines up nicely but, there seam to be ether bushings or spacers missing in the swing arm to frame joint. Both sides have a bolt the goes into an axis tube, standard thread on left and reverse thread on right and bolts go right thru bearings and into axis tube with no spacers or bushings, swing arm and frame rides right on the bolt threads. Next, it has a billet front end that feels smooth but I need to disassemble it and make sure it is right with bushings and spacers etc but don't know what I will be looking for. It is a blind tree and bolt goes up from the bottom. Any help is appreciated, pictures are great.
Thanks much
Mike
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