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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I worked as a PDI @ riders in b'ham for a while and had to change a few rear wheels, the 1st thing is to deflate the tire then use a coat hanger wire that is strait. Place the wire @ the center of the axel bolt head and then following the swing arm up to the center of the swing arm bolt head, then use a zip tie to mark the coat hanger. Then move to the other side and check to seeif they are the same . They should be. Then move to the disc break and remove the calliper, do not remove the break line. Once you do this you can loosen the axel nut. I assume you have the back tire off the ground, so now you can move the wheel to the front and remove the drive belt. now you can remove the axel and drop the wheel down and out . do this opposit to put it back on remember to use your coat hanger to reset your tension on the drive belt , hope this was helpfull.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
SOURCE: details on removing the clutch
Find the cable adjuster in the middle of the cable, loosen the lock nut, and turn the adjuster barrel inwards to get as much slack in the cable as possible. Take the E-clip off the bottom of the clutch lever pivot pin and remove the pin. Pull the lever out and disconnect the cable from the lever. Stand the bike straight up and drain the primary case. Down on the primary, take the round plate off to expose the clutch release mechanism. Disconnect the clutch cable from the link that connects to the release mechanism. Screw the end of the cable out of the primary case. Install in reverse order and readjust the cable. Add oil back to the primary case.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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