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    660 rear end on 700?

    hey guys new here. just picked up a raptor in dire need of some respect. rear end is completely gone, bike was water damaged. I intend to get it back on all fours but the only bike I have access to for parts is a 660. Can a 660 rear end (shock, linkage, swingarm, axle) work on a 700?
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    I know for sure that the axles will not swap. The swingarms are too different. If you were to get it to work, you would have to do the entire thing (swingarm, axle, shock, etc). Have you taken measurements and compared the swingarm mount of each?
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    thats what i intended to do, swap the whole running gear. I'm going to see what I can figure out.

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    only work with mods....

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    I have a stock 07 swingarm axle shock and carrier i can sell ya. Don't need it since i went to a drag setup

    07 700r 804 build +8mm crankworks stroker crank with billet rod balanced, cp 105.5mm cylinder, 14:1 cp stroker piston, 54mm billet tb and fci intake, custom cam, +2 valves stock a arms and swingarm drag ported head. hopefully complete by mar 2015

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    I will make you a deal on a rear swing arm, axle, brake hose and the lower rear link.
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    Yea 660 and 700 rear ends are totally different. I believe the mounts by motor where swingarm bolt goes through are different. Plus a 660 swingarm is a pain to adjust the chain with. Are you looking for stock length swingarm or aftermarket? I have a stock swingarm off a 07 barely used with brake line that I don't need.
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    I was looking to upgrade my old 660 with some 700 parts I had lying around, so I looked at the suspension as well. The swingarm for the 700 is roughly an inch wider at the pivot bolt than the 660. The 700 rear shock mounts the same as the 600, but the 700 shock is about an inch longer than that of the 660. The link is also longer for the 700 than for the 660. The only way I was able to upgrade to the 700 shock was to use the 660 link, flipped. Trying to use the 700 link just made the shock hit the swing arm as the shock compressed.

    I also swapped out the shocks, going for the 700 front shocks. Since the shocks are about an inch longer, the front end sits a lil higher than the rear. I have dropped the preload on the front shocks all the way to the bottom, and cranked out the preload on the rear shock to even it out. It is close, but I still have a lil more adjusting to do.

    Overall, it is a much nicer ride on the 700 shocks than the old 660 shocks.
    2013 Raptor 700 - HMF Slip On, Boxless FCI intake, PCV
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    2002 Honda 400EX - 416 big bore kit, +3mm stroker crank, White bros exhaust
    2014 Polaris RZR 1000XP - Stock

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