Question about 2005 Yamaha PW 50
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Posted on May 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do you mean remove the wheel? tires are best left to a shop to do as they have the machine. drive shaft yes? undo all bolts thru frame to final drive casing. slacken wheel nut but do not remove spindle, pull wheel back and out of the frame the drive shaft comes with it, tace out spindle and now lift final drive from wheel, there may be a spacer which might fall out. done deal..
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Pull the rear axle, and spacer on the brake side of wheel. Un hook brake rod and brake strut. Position yourself on the brake side of the bike and pull the rear wheel straight out of the final drive housing. Put a little grease on thhe final drive splines upon reinstalling the wheel to aid removal next time.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
Most likely a combination of sparkplug heat range (type of plug) and jetting, needle or air mixture settings in the carburetor. Assuming good condition of air filter and operation of the choke plunger. Are you using the correct octane fuel and fuel/oil ratio? Give the plug a clean and emery the spark contacts, set gap at 0.7mm., ideally take the plug to a Yammy dealer and check for correct range for your bike in the area where you ride.
Best to have a range of spare clean plugs handy for wet or hot days etc.
The jetting maybe dirty or wrong size too. In the meantime move the throttle needle clip down one notch. Refer to the site below for a diagram of the carburetor parts. Cheers.
Posted on May 11, 2010
This site has some informative (if inordinately long) videos on tyre changing...and just about anything else. Some good - some not so! Tyre change techniques here are par for the average Joe. Your best allie is good tyre irons and a logical sense, Cheers!
Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: I have a flat tire
First jack the bike from the rear, then you have to unscrew the diff bolts on the left hand side of the swing arm, unscrew the rear brake rod, and the drum stabilizer, then unscrew the main hub bolt and gently pull out the wheel. Be careful when pulling it out l as the prop-shaft tends to fall quickly and you might get hurt or damage it or paint-work, and the diff has a tendency of detaching from the wheel.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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