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How do i get rear axle out of my 2005 honda crf 230 f. i need to put new chain and sprockets on.

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A diagram of the rear wheel assembly can be found at the website below. Just loosen the axle nut 1/8' then smack the nut with a rubber mallet to loosen the axle. Remove the axle and wheel and go from there. Please rate my answer, thanks.

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