from the frame sides as shown below. I call them the nubs because they are hardened steel bushings welded from the outside. I then trimmed them down to fit the new swinger in place. You can see from the pics that from grinding I removed some of the hollow part of the frame therefore filling it in with weld and some jb-weld and then sanding down and painting for rust prevention.
how much was cut. 1/4 inch I believe.
bolt hole to allow for the R6 beefed up pivot bolt to fit in place.
a small bolt to keep it from backing out. That was MSZILVES idea from his YZF600 swing arm swap. Thanks Mark!
had to purchase a set of triangle lowering links because the rear end sat up to high and when the kick stand was down it wanted to tip over. I have seen now they are selling the turnbuckle style which makes for an easier lowering and no tire removal.
spaced out for clearance and alignment issues.
1 being less difficult and 10 being most difficult.