82 Yamaha XV 750 SE discussion forum:
|Andres said 2007-03-12 01:35|
1.Set the bike on the main stand.
2.Disconnect rear brake and brake drum -frame connection.
3.Remove rear shaft key and nut.
4.Remove rear shaft.
5.Remove rear brake drum.
6.Remove rear wheel.
7.Now cames the hard part. I suggest that you take the wheel to a motorcycle dealer for the actual tire removal.
Please note. no specials tools are required for steps 1 thru 6.
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