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How do you get the front wheel off of a 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 800?

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Securely support the bike, with the front wheel off the ground. Loosen the pinch bolt at the bottom of the fork. Remove the bolt, from the axle, holding the axle from turning by inserting a small screwdriver or rod through the hole in the other end of the axle. Remembering to account for the wheel dropping, slide the axle out, being careful to note the location and direction each of the spacers is installed.

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