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Whats the approved way to remove the rear wheel so I can get the tyre replaced. My tyre guy is really good but doesn't really want to get involved in dismantling the bike.

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Remove the exhaust and unplug the o2 sensor remove the large plate that bolts to the wheel then the wheel shold just pull off

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