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How do you remove the rear wheel of a 1990 zzr1100 do I need the right tools for this job

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Yes some time u need the rite tools but some times u dont give it a try will only work 1 way

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anon post. and posted at least 2 times now.
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my guess, is you think a cover needs to be off (no it dont i bet)
the car has and FSM with all steps there, for each job, , the job
unstated by you, and my guess you are working book free. with no steps,to follow,?
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  6. Remove halfshaft assembly.
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there is a great Utube vid, with a DIY (hillbilly) with a brick tied
to a rope, and using that as a real tool?




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