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2008 YZ450F swingarm Linkage bearing?

Does anyone know if these bearings push all the way through when removing them or does the bushing in the middles come out or is the bearing area milled out and the center part of the link? Im getting all this shit powdercoated and this is the last damn piece to sandblast.
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center bushing pushes thru, 2 small rollers pressed in
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should be a smooth bore thru so you could push both bearings out one side, you did get new ones right?
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should be a smooth bore thru so you could push both bearings out one side, you did get new ones right?
I found out the dealio, i sent apic to Tom zont and on these unfortunatley they dont push through, you have to heat the link up and pull them outwards, he said a long punch and hit them outwards and they are fragile as hell. he said if i heat it up good they should slide out easily. so well see. Im going to try not to buy new ones as its about $40 for a new set with seals. thats at least 2 trips to the local glory hole for a BJ!

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If u fuck up let me know. I have a spare linkage u can have.
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i got em out, heat up with torch and they slid out with little resistance and i didnt destroy them!

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so, how many BJ's did the powdercoating set you back?
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