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scott1990
03-25-2015, 07:33 AM
hi im looking for some one who has stipped there bike down an done a full rebuild along with nuts an bolts as i need some help rebuilding it as im stuck to were the location of things go an also were is the best place for new stainless nuts an bolts

Stuvvie
03-25-2015, 01:15 PM
I haven't done a strip down but I have done a complete from parts build up which took me lot's to figure and try out to get the best results from a bunch of parts I later found out were 2 complete different bikes.

So shoot :) Also and this tip I am giving alot of folks is to check these exploded views: http://easyparts.nl/choosesubmodel/1/1595/0-4019-1-m412-m1604-m1595/RS-125.html

These helped me put the whole bike together with hardly any effort

For nuts and bolts it's tricky. Most hardware shops sell their bolts/nuts/washers like they are made out of gold. Find a fabricator that uses stainless steel in their construction and ask if you could get a bunch of stuff from them if it isn't too much of a problem or contact someone in your direct surroundings who has access to what you are looking for, this easily brings down the costs you are making immensly..

scott1990
03-25-2015, 02:12 PM
stuvvie thanks for your help .Im in the middle of doing the swing arm but I don't have a clue were the the lower an upper chain guide plate go from what I can work out only one fits an I dunno were the other bolts on

Stuvvie
03-25-2015, 06:03 PM
Have you resprayed your swingarm by any chance?

These are both of them with the flat one mounted on the above of the swing arm and the one with the bump on the down side:

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And this is how they are mounted and see corresponding hex socket bolts in the parts list:

http://easyparts.nl/showdrawing/1235/25086/b_r/0-4019-1-m412-m1604-m1595-m1235-s1583-d25086/Swing-arm.html

scott1990
03-26-2015, 08:11 AM
No not sprayed the swing arm had it chemically cleaned cos im getting carbon covers for it

scott1990
03-26-2015, 08:14 AM
Ill looked at the picture but stil dont get how the top plate bolts on as ive already used the holes for the bottom plate witch then leaves no were for it to bolt on sorry to be a pain

Stuvvie
03-26-2015, 11:55 AM
One on top of the swing arm and one on the bottom of the swingarm.

Atleast I think that is what you are confused about?

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Hell yeah fear my paint skills

Tried to clear it up like this flipping them how they should be mounted (what left and right is for the sliders) altho not 100% sure about the bottom one but pretty (80%) sure it's like this

Otherwise please make some pictures so you can elaborate what exactly the problem is

scott1990
03-26-2015, 04:02 PM
stuvvie that is brilliant exactly what I wanted were a proper picture ive now done it now thanks next part now is put the sub frame and all them bolts back on the frame hopefully wont be to hard

L.T.R 250
03-26-2015, 04:19 PM
Stripped loads of these bikes and built loads. Just stripped a road bike down this week. For rebuilding in next few weeks

Stuvvie
03-26-2015, 05:50 PM
You are welcome, glad to be of assistance :)

scott1990
03-27-2015, 04:08 AM
lee were is it you have got your new nuts an bolts from when re building the bikes as now im putting it back together im finding out im either missing bolts spacers washers on o rings

thanks

L.T.R 250
03-27-2015, 02:41 PM
Hi.

I get mine from a company in my town. Best bet to do is find out which lengh and thread you need and go on ebay and buy from there.

I have like 5 big trays full of nuts, bolts, washers, then 2 trays of bolts which are oem bolts on rs125 which i have had plated and some new boltes gold pasifeted.


Lee

scott1990
03-28-2015, 03:21 AM
thanks ive kept all the old original ones but I wanted to replace with stainless ....I have some gold titanium pro bolts in the swing arm an axel nut for the rear but I don't want then want stainless