I'm doing a six month maintenance on the BRP. I drained the fork oil, flushed with ATF and filled with Honda 5W. The old oil looked good, had a little black sediment but no metal shavings. Added a little preload to my shock spring in order to find a compromise between race sag and static sag. Checking the steering head bearings for grease will be easy since I already have the forks off. Now I am considering checking the swingarm pivot bearings. From what I see in the manual I think that I could pull the pivot rod without taking the subframe and shock linkage apart. This would allow me to inspect the grease and pack the bearings if they need it. I suppose I should use a bolt the size of the pivot rod to keep one side of the swingarm connected at all times. Has anyone tried this?