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Need to replace back tire

Don't realy now how to back tire off

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Off of wat bike. if a dirtbike, loosin up the rear axle bolt, slide it out and pull the chain to the left and spin the wheel in the right direction, then jiggle it loose. take the caps off of each side right away so u dont lose them.of course i dont no wat bike u got tell me that and il 4sure help u

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