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How do i remove the front wheel of my honda 2000 xr200? i have removed the 4 screws and the plate on the right hand side fork but cant seem to remove the wheel from the break on the left side fork. is the front break connected to the fork or should that remove when i remove the wheel?

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The front brake is a drum brake system. If you have removed the axle the drum should pull out of the hub and just hang from the brake cable.

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