Question about Cycling
Should just loosen the nuts on each side of the axle. Assuming bicycle is upside down, you then have to lift the chain away from the sprocket as you slide it out of the slots of the frame that the axle fits in.
May have to loosen, adjust or remove the brake pads in order to slide the outer rim/tire through the brake caliper.
Take a picture first, so you can see how to deal with the rear derailer (sp?) when putting the wheel back on.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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