Thread a long M14 bolt into the bearing sleeve through a
spanner and tighten the nut to draw the sleeve out a short
When its moved as far as it will go, remove the bolt and add a
second ring spanner, then a third and so on.
Make to make sure you use ring spanners that are large
enough to allow the sleeve to pass through them.
Keep adding a spanner after eact time you draw the sleeve
out a bit further. You may need to use a small bit of steel
tubing if you run out of ring spanners as I did in this picture.
This method is a pain in the arse and you have to be careful
not to damage the plating on the swingarm, but it does work
if a little slow.
That leaves you with this.
Suspension linkages out, hub out
The swingarm is ready for removal.
Once its right out, its not as bad as I first feared, but the
bearings are clearly rusty with much of the grease washed