Question about 2006 Gilera Runner VX 125
Not really. The rear-brake pads rotate inside the rear-wheel drum. Once you knock out the rear-axle bolt, you then bend-out the rear wheel. That way you could avoid having to take out the exhaust.
If you have to lay the bike down on its side to facilate the wheel removal, do so.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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