Question about 2004 Yamaha XT 660 R
Loosen both chain tensioners, remove big nut from shaft, lift rear wheel off ground on centerstand or blocks under frame.push wheel all the way forward, pop chain off. with aluminun drift, knock out wheel shaft (take note of any spacer and washer locations), remove wheel. with same aluminun rod, tap the bearings out, from the inside out. its agood idea to use new bearing seals too. put it all back together, same sequence as removed. dont forget to grease em up good
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