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TOPIC: Boot, swing arm 49006-1020

Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5426

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Hi,

The problem of the swing arm boot is solved. I am able to offer a direct replacement part.
It matches the original dimensions and is molded from Nitrile Butyl Rubber. Molding means that there are no glued seams or potential
leak possibilities. The rubber used is very resistant to oils, fuel and road salts.
Because the part is new, it is also flexible and very easy to install compared to the original.
I have them on sale via eBay but you can also order direct from me for 50 USD+15 USD for shipping and handling.

Best regs, Lauri



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Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5430

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Saw them on Ebay very nice and reasonably priced :cheer: I like that ;)

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Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5431

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Just bought one on e-bay for me in Australia, thanks, the old is was hard and hard to get on last time, much appreciated, cheers
after tuesday even the calendar goes WTF
1979 KAWASAKI Z1300 A1 WITH A DJP SIDECAR
Frame No: KZT3OA003911
Engine No: KZT3OAE004153
Location: Queensland Australia

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Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5433

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Hi,
I actually mounted one today on the -82 project I have going now. The original clamps were also right for the boot, I just had to change the screws to full thread to get them tight enough. The original boot is thicker than the replacement.

Cheers, lauri

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Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5454

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Hi,
This is how it looks like when installed on the bike.

Regs, Lauri
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Boot, swing arm 49006-1020 4 years 9 months ago #5460

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Well done, Lauri. I think a lot of us will have reason to be thankful that you have undertaken the re-manufacture of these boots.
Can I ask if you might put some photos of your bikes on this website, please?
Regards

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