Question about 1998 BMW R 1200 C
Remove wheel, Remove axle nut(32mm), loosen tie rod nut & lightly hammer out tie rod to remove(with nut at end of thread) to avoid thread damage. Do the same with lower ball joint & use a "pickle fork" to seperate the ball joint. Knock in the axle & use a block of wood to keep from damaging the axle end in order to seperate the axle from hub & bearing assembly. Bolts that hold on the hub & bearing assembly are held on from the inside(4). Would be a good idea to either use heat(torche) to help with removal or a good penetrating fluid.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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