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Graves Motorsports Universal Motorcycle Swingarm Spool Adapter Mounts

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Graves Motorsports

Product Description

Graves Motorsports Universal Motorcycle Swing arm Spool Adapter mounts are designed for motorcycles like the Yamaha R7 / FZ-07 / MT-07 / XSR 700 that do not come standard with factory pre drilled spool mounts.

This kit requires drilling and installing the mount rivets. Included with the kit are a set (2) of 6mm Graves swing arm spools. See the instructions tab to answer any mounting questions.

Fitment: Multiple Bikes including the Yamaha R7 2021 + / FZ-07 2015-2017 / MT-07 2018-2019 / XSR700 2016-2019

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  1. Perfect for retrofitting spools on older swingarms

    Posted by Al Pritchard on Apr 14th 2022

    High quality part, with clear mounting instructions. They even provide a bolt and nut set to install the rivet nut.

    They inadvertently left out two rivet nuts. Dropped them an email and 3 days later two showed up in the main. Thank You!

  2. Best option when the factory does not provide spool attachment lugs.

    Posted by Joe P. on Jul 20th 2017

    Yamaha does not provide lugs to attach swingarm stand spools on my FZ07. This is the best option to install spools so the rear wheel can be removed safely and easily.

  3. Works great, once installed...

    Posted by Seth on Mar 28th 2017

    Once installed the mounts look and work great on my FZ-07. They have a very clean look and feel solid. However... Installing them without a rivnut tool was a chore. I was already nervous drilling holes in my swingarm (which requires a 10mm drill bit that I did not have). I ended up using a 3/8" bit and a small round file to get a snug fit on the nut insert. Without the tool the nut inserts had a tendency to spin, rather than pull tight and "rivet" in place. I stripped the nut and bolt that were included as a "tool" almost immediately. I ended up using a nut an bolt, and some washers - the layout was something like: rivnut, washer, crescent wrench around the threads of the bolt, another washer, the nut and then the head of the bolt held in place with an end wrench - this configuration allowed me to tighten the nut without the rivnut turning. Of course I managed to figure out the solution on the last rivnut, after spending hours cursing myself for not buying the tool to put them in.

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