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No enough info here on the bike type but adjustment is normally made at the rear wheel axel point. Basically, you slacken the wheel nut. Adjust two bolts on either side of the axel bolt the SAME amount. Re-tighten the wheel nut and check the bike runs straight. If, not, you did not tighten the adjusting bold evenly.
Hi Anonymous, push the axel all the way back in. Safely and securely blockthe front of bike with wood so that front wheel is 3" to 6" off the ground, then jack the rear end of frame so you can see axel has negative pressure in swingarm slots and you pull axel out with your fingers. Or if you have a cycle jack even better. A long phillips screw driver/drift and a plastic mallet should do the rest. Please visit website below for a better how to: How to remove install rear wheel tire of Harley Davidson Motorcycle Law...
Raise the rear wheel safely (with a motorcycle stand of some type) Loosen the rear axel (27mm wrench works good) Adjust the tensioner bolts at the back of the swing arm(both sides) evenly until the belt is within specs. Turn the wheel forward and check to make sure the belt is spaced evenly between the sides of the rear pulley. Tighten the axel. Double check the belt tension with the wheel back on the ground.
It is the axle bolt and it goes right through the wheel hub. You will need to support the bike, as when this axle comes out , so will the wheel. remove the axle nut and tap the axle out with a brass hammer, if it is corroded you may also need a brass drift slightly smaller than the axle to drive the axle out.
support the bike so that the front wheel is off the ground. 1, remove front mudgaurd, 2, remove brake caliper, 3 disconnect any speedo drive cable or wires, 4, loosen axel nut, and withdraw the axel, 5, remove the front wheel.
Remove axel nut loosen chain tesioners get a friend to hold the break up if it is on the axel so it doesnt fall on your paint. >< pull out axel lift chain or belt off the rear drive and have friend get you a beer. Thats how I do it.
remove the bags and side covers /remove clip from rh side of axel remove nut/put wrench on lh side of axel and twist to loosen belt adjustment caution !! note clamshell adjusters both sides they need to go back the same way when refiting wheel knock the axel from rh side through with large screw driver use hand not hammer the wheel should drop stand over back fender lift wheel slightly slip off belt roll brake caliper up and outwards untill it clears drop wheel down and remove brake caution again!! belt tension should be 10lbs 4.5 kg force centre from front and rear sprocket you will need belt tension tool for correct tension