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Needing to know how to take the front wheel off of a 1995 ZX-6. It looks easy but I dont want to jack anything up.

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Get yourself a manual, Google it, there are plenty for sale and if you hunt hard enough you should find a freebie. It is easy, it is the putting it back on correctly that is the hard part. :D

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