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    Default ST2 and ST4 swing arms

    hi folks

    Please could anybody advise me which ST model has the aluminium swing arm?
    I assume that it would be a straight swap, between the ST models? as the monster s2r SSSA are a bit scarce and pricey

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    The ST4s and (I think) the ST3s have aluminium swinging arms. It's not quite a straight swap though.
    The spindle is a larger diameter and the internal dimension of the swinging arm is smaller due to the alloy being thicker than the steel. So, as well as the swinging arm you'll need to change the wheel, spindle, the wheel bearings, the sprocket carrier bearings, the conical wheel spacer, the sliding adjuster shoes, swinging arm end plates and the adjuster plates.

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