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  1. #41

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Okay have a look I have the brake side and the clutch side ratchet down. I need to go down on the brake side but If I tighten ratchet the shock just compresses




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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    subframe appears to be higher on right side than left side
    so you want either the left to go up, or right to come down

    opposite of the side where you apply the force, you want to stay stationary
    lifting the left side and keeping right side down is going to be difficult

    but you can pull down the right side while blocking the left with the method shown
    this will reverse the twist in the subframe

    GG is right, that pic of the come along is for a 1.5 ton example
    would not want to exert 1.5 tons trying this
    you can get them much smaller, or try with a ratchet strap as suggested

    this is just a more controlled way of applying the twisting force where you need it
    roping the bike to a tree and using a long lever may work, but really?

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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    re: your latest pic
    you need something solid on the left side
    and you need to pull down on the right
    towards the rear of the subframe

    pulling down on the passenger peg assembly will accomplish nothing

  4. #44

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaFan View Post
    re: your latest pic
    you need something solid on the left side
    and you need to pull down on the right
    towards the rear of the subframe

    pulling down on the passenger peg assembly will accomplish nothing
    Okay I understand I need to pull down on the right side while keeping the left side stable but how do I keep it stable


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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    put something rigid in there so the shock doesn't compress, on the left

    edit: but like Grey Ghost pointed out
    same force you apply to the sub frame
    will be applied to one side of the swing arm
    so exercise caution
    Last edited by JavaFan; 05-16-2018 at 12:54 PM.

  6. #46

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaFan View Post
    put something rigid in there so the shock doesn't compress, on the left

    edit: but like Grey Ghost pointed out
    same force you apply to the sub frame
    will be applied to one side of the swing arm
    so exercise caution
    Those subframe also splits in 2 pieces via a bolt in the back. Would it better kept on tight or loosened while trying this




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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    it was bent bolted together, so I'd say keep it together to straighten
    both halves will have a twist in them

    may have to get the exhaust outta there

  8. #48

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaFan View Post
    it was bent bolted together, so I'd say keep it together to straighten
    both halves will have a twist in them

    may have to get the exhaust outta there
    I agree with your theory

    I can get a bar through the frame like this and push down on the brake side




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  9. #49

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    This thing is less the 1/8 twisted maybe I should just leave it and ride it? Lol


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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    too each his own of course, but I would have to get it straight or get it out of my sight

    that bar method should work too, but you risk flipping the bike...any trees nearby?

    I gotta get on with my day, good luck man

  11. #51

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Man I figure something out how to stabilize and got it pretty damn straight


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  12. #52

    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Success .. thank you to everyone that chimed in

    I am happy to help out anyone that need their subframe adjusted





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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Don't mix up your weight bar gasket with the bike gaskets.

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    Re: Cbr600rr subframe removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Riceburner View Post
    Don't mix up your weight bar gasket with the bike gaskets.



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