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Need front wheel disc as the disc has bend for Ninja Kawasaki 250 R 2010 model

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My Kawasaki 250 ninja has no acceleration after I had to put back the chain onto the sprocket, I believe the brakes or wheels are locked up to. can anyone help with this problem?


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tyre size front 120/60/17 1995-98 models zx600f

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What is the procedure I need to follow to remove front wheel to replace front tire on my 2001 ZX-9R Ninja motorcycle ?


you need to raise front wheel from ground with hoist or stand
remove brake calliper bolts and then twist callipers on disc to push pads back so that you can remove callipers.
loosen pinch bolts on one fork leg then undo axle nut ( large allan bolt) loosen other pinch bolts on other leg and remove axle and spacers/speedo drive and the wheel. take note where spacers go and also make sure to line up speedo drive tangs correctly when refitting wheel in reverse order to taking apart.

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I have a kawasaki ninja and the back wheel is making a noise when going round as if it may be hitting on something is this the wheel bearing?


If it is it time with each revolution of the wheel, check brake disc for imperfections on both sides of the disc, It may be just a different colour sheen to the worn surface, this would indicate a warped disc and must be replaced. Or, the wheel bearings maybe wearing out, but this would produce a constant sound when wheel is turning. Hopefully it may just be a cog on the rear sprocket that is catching the chain link incorrectly. This could be fixd with a metal file until a new sprocket is needed. Goodluck and Cheers.

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How do I remove the front forks on my 2001 Kawasaki ZX-6R? Need to replace the seals and dealer tells me it would be cheaper if I remove the forks.


very easy. support the bike so the front wheel is off the ground. Remove, first the brake callipers, then the front mudgaurd, then the wheel. Loosen the clamps that are holding the fork tubes in place, and let them drop down, and remove.

May 12, 2010 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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2001 zx-6r ninja kawasaki


Hi you first take the callipers off then loosen the left 2 allenkeys on front of the fork now you loosen axel with a 17mm allenkey on the side now pull out axell and other side

May 06, 2010 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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I have a 2002 zx600e kawasaki , ninja. How do I remove the front tire to fix the speed assembly ?


You mean the front wheel? Get the bike supported high enough to get the wheel off, Pull the caliper, hang it up with a wire, pull the nut, pin, and a couple bolts on the fork bottom,? (some bikes) and drive out the axle, the speed control thing will fall right off, attached to the cable. Hope this helps.

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Lower crank 75 ft-lb Head 105 ft-lb No specific torque on connecting rods. Just dont over crank it. Thanks for using Fixya.com

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hi
there is a swich in the back of the car (L/low and H/high)
try it on high .
i hope this will work

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