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Change rear tire on a 2005 kawasaki vulcan 800

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Put your bike up on the main stand. Let the air out of the tire best to remove the schrader valve. Remove the bolt that goes through the rear tire (axel bolt) and the lower shock bolt on the shaft side. Pull the shaft out and away from the socket of the wheel and lower the tire down and out the rear. You can use 2 large screw drivers but is best to find tire tools made for motorcycles. Get some dish washing soap and run around the rim pry the tire up with one tool then leaving it in place pry in the other tool about 2-3 inches away and keep rotating till you have pulled one side of the tire off then pull the tire off the rim.

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