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This all depends on what year the vehicle is? And wether there is an airbag fitted on the steering wheel front. If there is an airbag fitted on the steering wheel front, then the job is best left to a qualified mechanic, as the airbag sensor will have to be disconnected ( Disabled) and this can be very tricky. If there is no airbag on the front steering wheel cover then you will need a good socket set, remove the front cover of the steering wheel and undo the bolt holding on the wheel to the column, then you will see the rest of the bolts for the column at the rear, remove these also, take pics of the set up of wiring looms and bolts before! And keep all parts in a box for safe keeping.
If only it were that easy :) I don't suggest you let your baby use a walked until he or she is very strong on their feet. Since walkers are on wheels, it's really easy for babies to fall and hurt themselves as the wheels more the walker too fast.
Front axle = 80 ft/lb
Front axle clamp bolt = 15 ft/lb
Front axle caliper mounting bolts = 25 ft/lb
Front Wheel Removal:
1. While the bike is still on the rear stand (but before putting it on
the front stand), loosen the front axle clamp bolt with a 6mm hex bit.
You do not need to remove it fully, just be sure it's loose.
2. Using the 14mm hex bit, loosen the front axle bolt. A breaker bar
makes this step easier. Once it is loose you can go ahead and place the
motorcycle on the front stand.
3. Using the 12mm socket, remove the front brake caliper mounting
bolts. Once you have the brake off of the rotor, replace the bolts back
in the caliper to prevent losing them. Hang the brake using cable ties
or twine. BE SURE NOT TO PUSH THE BRAKE PEDAL! This will compress the
brake pads and make it difficult to re-install. Repeat the process for
the other side.
4. Once the brakes are tied off out of the way, finish removing the
front axle bolt. It's helpful to use some wood to support the wheel
while removing the axle bolt. Be sure to note the spacers on the wheel
between the forks and the wheel. Remove them so they don't get lost.
These will need to be greased before reinstalling.
5. Installation is the reverse of removal. Be sure to replace the
calipers and torque them to 25 ft/lb. Once the front axle bolt has been
torqued to 80 ft/lb, be sure to drop the front to the ground and bounce
the front forks 4-5 times. This will seat the forks on the axle. Then
you can tighten the front axle clamp bolt to 15 ft/lb.
Frustrating, as our manual is lost in the house. What I figured out is to take of the easy straps through the slots first. The tricky part is to get a grip on both sides of the tabbed front fasteners, twist and pull at the same time and they come out. I hope this is understandable.
on that vehicle it,s replacement remove wheel remove brake caliper and pads remove brake caliper mount if you look on back side of spindle around area where axle comes thru you have three or four bolts remove bolts remove axle nut and hub bearing assembly comes off re-install in reverse order if this vehicle has 4 wheel abs unhook any wheel speed sensors