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Removing front wheel on 2002 honda magna is the axle threaded and which thread right hand or left hand

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It will be right hand thread, so turn anticlockwise to loosen, if there is no axle nut, they can be threaded into the opposite fork leg.
Make sure any pinch bolts are loosened

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