Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Chattaroy Washington
When I changed mine , I did not pull the swingarm, I did remove rear tire, and fender, battery, air cleaner assembly, and after that it's just a matter of twisting your hands into places they don't want to fit. LOL Actually its not a quick job, but with patience, and some skill it can be done. I figure why try to change the setup, when its worked all these years, yes hard place to get too, but it works. I have 60000 miles on my 06 Sabre, and besides the fuel pump, only other problem I had was the starter switch, I pride myself in being able to do my own maintenance, and repairs.