Question about Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
If it is an old one, like 60 70 80s 13 ml bolts round the rim, if newer, poss the Greece cover on the hub, tap it off, then undo the split pin if it has one, could be nyloc nut on it, also could be left hand thread, remove it after tacing caliper off, if drum undo the cable knurled knob full pin out of bent hook like fork, and then disconnect speedo, pull wheel off. straight forward whichever.
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