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Remove the rear wheel Suzuki Vl800 2004

I HAVE MOST OF THE parts done. I need to pull the axel but don't know if oil will run out. I have removed the 3 holding the arm but I think I need to remove the 3 bolds holding the wheel on the the drive shaft? Can you halp?? cc

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Differential is open all the way through.
If you pull the axle it is splined inside.
Oil won't run out

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