Questions for those who had replace for aftermarket swingarm



Jgarcia6988

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hello all
So I dropped my bike off to start getting work done and got a call of a quote of $900 for labor only $85 per hour l.

installing a aftermarket swing arm
Installing front & rear sprockets
Adjusting to lowering 1 inch

Installing both tires .
replacing with longer chain

What are your thoughts

thank you
 

Popie

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hello all
So I dropped my bike off to start getting work done and got a call of a quote of $900 for labor only $85 per hour l.

installing a aftermarket swing arm
Installing front & rear sprockets
Adjusting to lowering 1 inch

Installing both tires .
replacing with longer chain

What are your thoughts

thank you
Sad to say with current shop rates that's probably not to far out of line for what you're having done.
I think most shops give themselves a little wiggle room when installing any after market parts. That should only be a 7 to 8 hour job.
Really Glad I'm able to do my own work!
 


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