Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
Remove rear brake caliper on that there will be a bar to stop caliper from turning when braking remove, remove axle nut, axle should push through swinging arm and wheel some times they will rust in if so screw axle nut half on then use a soft hammer and hammer axle nut. good luck should work
Posted on May 07, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do u mean the axle has "play" when u grab the tire and wiggle it up and down?? if it has play, then it propbably needs an AXLE SEAL AND AXLE BEARING.you will have to carefully inspect the axle itself where the bearing rides for any gouging or damage. THIS JOB requires a decent amount of mechanical skill. 1ST you need to remove the rear end COVER and drain out the gear oil into a drain pan.2ND remove the brake caliper and rotor . 3RD spin the" ring and pinion " around until u see a 5/16 bolt that passes thru from the pass. side to the drivers side. u have to remove this bolt. u will need to "hold "the gears from turning in order to break loose this bolt. 4TH remove this bolt and slide out the large metal ""PIN" that 'divides" the rear end in half. NOW CAREFULLY WITHOUT TURNING THE REAR END SPIDER GEARS,PUSH IN THE AXLE TOWARDS THE INSIDE SO U CAN REMOVE THE "C-CLIP" AT INNER END OF AXLE. now u can slide out axle and youll be able to replace seal and if needed axle bearing. let me know if u need more info.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
lift the car support on jack stands remove the wheels remove the brake systems remove the wheel hub locking nut and then remove the strut (this must be compressed or it will hurt you)
remove the axles then when that is complete you need to have the wheel bearings knocked out of the brake hub or removed from the strut assembly and then a new pair reseated, or bolted on then you can assemble in reverse, if you are not mechanically inclined I would recommend a mechanic to do this.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: leaking rear axel seal
Rear wheel Brake caliper and rotor, if equipped Brake drum, if equipped Axle retainer nuts Axle shaft, seal and bearing assembly
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
You will need to remove the differential rear cover,drain fluid, remove wheel, brake drum, (rotor) . Unbolt center diff. pin, carefully remove (don't loose shims) push axle in remove lock keeper, then slide out axle, replace seal, put some grease on it, slide axle in reverse all to install.
Posted on May 22, 2009
wheel off remove the tin cap in the centure of the hub undo the big nut put the wheel back on with just 2 bolts finger tight so you can pull the hub off.once the hub is off take the 2 wheel bolts back out.now look in side the hub were the big nut was and you will see a sir clip take that out.then use a socket and a bench vice to press the old bearing out.use the socket and bench vice to put the new bearing back in.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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