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It's pretty straight forward, the biggest trick is they don't sit well on a bike jack. you need to be carefull due to the oil pan guard.
Sealed bearings are supposed to last for 100K. Get the dyna lift spacer kit from Harley. It consists of plastic pads that clip onto the frame of the bike and lift it higher to protect the oil pan.
Put the jack under the swingarm shaft. I use a scissor jack. Raise the jack just so that it's snug against the bottom of the shaft.
I use a regular jack, so I assume you mean to lift the bike just until it tilts vertical off the kickstand. The rear jack beam contacts the frame directly under the swingarm bolt, but it is not against it.
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