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  • Scott spark 2017 rocker/pivot questions
  • bikerevivesheffield
    Full Member

    I’ve a 2017/8 spark ultimate 700 in for a full rebuild from the ground up after 4+ years of heavy peak District riding.

    I’ve started with The swing arm rebuild kit with the igus bushings, bearings, and hardware
    The bushing on the nds rocker is very loose even torqued up (hole is bigger in diameter than it should be)

    I know that the rocker is areplaceable item but is there any other fix that I’m unaware of? To make it clear the hole is bigger in diameter than the igus bushing

    Top bushing in the pic

    Pic

    rudedog
    Free Member

    Dupe

    rudedog
    Free Member

    Was the old bushing that loose?

    You would expect any wear to occur on the inner side of the bushing itself, not the rocker.

    Might be worth giving Scott a call?

    SirHC
    Full Member

    Replaced a few over the years, the bushings have always been a tight fit in the rocker.

    How much bigger is the hole, you may be able to rescue it with epoxy or bearing fit. If its a wizards sleeve, then new rocker time.

    bikerevivesheffield
    Full Member

    Literally drops out when turned over, ordered a new rocker, driveside is fine

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