Question about 1988 Honda CBR 600 F(1)J

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I am new to motorcycle, how do I take the rear or front wheel out

I want to get the wheel out of the bike, but i don t know how, please help , thanks

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Is it an 88 CBR600 you are working on? Best to get a manual, gives you all the right information and torque settings... let me know and I will get one for you :)


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    robotek

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Put bike on motorcycle lift and secure. take off exhaust silencer on right side.remove rear caliper from swingarm. jack bike carefully,loosen axle nut and pullout axle.remove chain from rear sprocket.drop wheel down & back.

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