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Why my bike yamaha r1 2013 error code 69?and TCS don't work?


This can happen when you have the bike on a rear stand and the rear wheel turns and the front does not. 69 is the code for the front speed sensor which is not reading as wheel is not moving same as rear. usually riding the bike will allow a reset after a short time of the ecu receiving signals from both wheels.

Nov 13, 2014 | Yamaha Motorcycles

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HOW TO EASILY OIL A MOTORCYCLE CHAIN WITH NO MAIN STAND


If there is no main stand on your motorbike it can be a problem sometimes, not only do side stands dig into soft ground & warm tarmac they also make it awkward to oil the drive chain !

A simple way around this is to get either :-
A piece of strong piece of wood about an inch square ( or in diameter) or
A strong hammer or mallet or
A small trolley jack handle or similar preferably with rubber or taped ends

Whatever you use it must be about an inch (or more) longer than from the ground to the right hand end of the rear spindle (axle) or underside of the right hand swinging arm, WHILE THE BIKE LEANS on its side stand: For the very few bikes that have a side stand on the right, read left hand end of rear spindle

All you have to do is raise the rear wheel slightly by pivoting the weight of the bike on its front wheel & side stand

On medium to large bikes this means getting someone else to position themself on the side stand side of the bike, where they should put 1 foot against the side stand & reach over the bike to grab a good purchase point near the rear wheel, grab the nearest handlebar end with the other hand & pivot the bike forwards on its front wheel & side stand
This will lift the rear wheel a few inches so that your prop can be placed upright between the ground & your selected point on the bike

Spin the rear wheel by hand whilst applying non fling chain lubrication to both edges of your bikes chain

SIMPLE
EFFECTIVE
NO NEED TO CARRY A PADDOCK STAND IN YOUR RUCKSACK

Ride safe
Bike-Doc

I hope this helps (if so give good feedback please)

on Apr 27, 2010 | Motorcycles

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I cannot get my chain to stop coming off. How do I keep the chain from slipping off?


Loosen the nut that holds the back wheel and pull it back until the chain is tight and then retighten the nut. If when the chain is tight, the wheel is not on the rear frame, you need to take a link out of the chain.

Jun 25, 2014 | Mongoose 20" Mode 90 Boys Freestyle Bike

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Who do I put the rear wheel back on my mongoose bike


raise the back of the bike and put the wheel between the rear stays place the chain on the freewheel, and pull the wheel back and
then just tighten the wheel nuts.

Jul 26, 2013 | Mongoose 20-Inch Gravity Games BMX...

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I have a new trike that may have ome shipping damage (bought at flea market) The rear axel appears to be bent. severe wheel wooble. is there some adjustment in those set screw type bolts in the center of...


The set screws in the center of the axle are there to keep the axle centered in the frame. Only the right wheel is powered which also means only the right wheel brakes when operating the rear brake. This is because the rear wheels must be able to spin independently when turning because the outside wheel will move faster. Unfortunately no one builds differentials at this price.

If you have wheel wobble you need to determine if the axle is bent or the wheel is not true. Prop up the rear of the bike on a stand and remove the problematic wheel. Manually pedal the bike and check the axle as it spins. If the axle is wobbling then it is bent and will need to be replaced. If it spins true then the wheel is the culprit.

The axle is relatively inexpensive and can be ordered through a Schwinn dealer. Any bike shop should be able to true a wheel for around $15-$20.

Sep 23, 2010 | Schwinn Meridian Adult 26-Inch 3-Wheel...

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Any tricks when removing rear wheel on rocket3


you have to jack the bike up at the rear of the motor high enough to remove the wheel after removing the axle.keep the side stand down in the process. works well for me.these bikes munch tires so you will become good at doing this.

Apr 17, 2010 | 2008 Triumph Rocket III

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Trying to remove rear wheel


Raise the rear wheel off the ground making sure that the bike is properly supported and will not fall. Remove the nut from the end of the axle. Loosen the rear wheel adjusters and get some slack in the final drive belt. Continue to drive the axle out. Once the axle is out, the wheel will drop down and you can work the belt off the wheel and get the wheel out from under the bike. Make sure you mark any spacers that are in the wheel so you can get them back in their proper location.

When reassembling the wheel, first work the belt over the rear pulley. Then insert the spacers in their proper locations. Lift the wheel and carefully work the rotor back between the brake pads. You may have to sure a screwdriver to open up the pads enough to get the rotor started back between the pads. Insert the axle and work it back through the brake caliper bracket, spacers and the wheel. Install the nut loosely on the end of the axle.

Readjust the final drive belt tension making sure you keep the rear wheel in proper alignment with the bike. Once the final drive belt is properly tensioned, tighten the nut to 50 foot pounds of torque. Spin the wheel and check for proper rotation. Check the brakes prior to riding the bike. Good Luck.

Apr 13, 2010 | 2006 Harley Davidson XL 1200 C Sportster...

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How to removal the shaft from the rear end to


Hello,

In order to remove the rear wheel, it is not necessary to remove the drive shaft. The first step is to get your rear wheel off the ground. The easiest way to do this is to put your bike on its center stand. However, not all bikes have center stands. If your bike does not have a center stand, you may want to buy a motorcycle lift (available from Pep-boys, or Harbor Freight). Once the rear wheel is off the ground, you can disconnect the brake linkage, and then remove the rear axle.

At this point there is nothing holding your rear wheel to the bike except for some meshing gears. Now you must lift and maneuver the rear wheel back and forth a little and eventually the final drive will work free. You will be able to slide the wheel toward the right side of the bike and then lower it to the ground.

In theory removing the rear wheel is that simple. In practice, the gears in the final drive can sometimes hold on quite tightly. This is particularly true if the rear wheel has not been removed for a long time or if your final drive is very worn. Usually being patient and persistent will pay off and you will be able to remove the rear wheel.

Sometimes it may prove easier to remove the entire wheel / final drive / drive shaft assembly first, and then separate them. In this case, the order of operations is different. Once you have the rear wheel off the ground, you can disconnect the rear brake linkage just as before. Next you can remove the four bolts that hold the drive shaft housing to the back of your crank case. Finally you can remove the rear axle and slide the wheel backwards the unmesh the drive shaft.

Regardless of which way you remove the rear wheel, it will be easier to put it back together by first attaching the drive shaft and final drive to the crank case, and then reinstall the wheel as described in the first method above.

Good Luck,
-Josh

Mar 27, 2010 | 1985 Yamaha XJ 700 X Maxim

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


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.

Feb 08, 2009 | 1988 Honda CBR 600 F(1)J

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