Question about Motorcycles
Get rear wheel off ground.
Remove rear belt guard, if equipped.
Loosen axle adjusters.
Loosen Axle nut.
Remove axle - NOTE -pay attention to wheel spacer(s) location and orientation!
With wheel/tire on ground, roll/slide forward to give belt enough slack so it can be slipped off wheel pulley.
Tilt wheel/tire so it will clear rear fender to roll//slide wheel/tire out from under bike.
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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