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Removing the rear wheels

I need explicit instructions detaling how-to-remove the rear wheels to change a flat tire.

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you dont need to remove tires from bike, turn bike on one side so back tire is flat to ground, this give you the other tire in air for easier access. Use a tire removal kit to take off tire there relatively cheap, try walmart, they usually have the tires and the removal kits too...

Posted on May 04, 2012

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How to remove rear wheel


Hi, I hope I can help with this.
You should only have to remove the lug nuts and the wheel and tire will be removed. If you removed the center wheel nut then it sounds like you are trying to remove the brake rotor. To remove the wheel the 5 or 6 lug nuts need to be removed. To remove the rear spare tire there is a plastic cover to remove which then has a key hole (locks for security). You will need to unlock this as well.

Jul 28, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Changing the rear tire on a full dresser Goldwing


Changing or removing your rear tire on a Goldwing is pretty trait forward. There are several videos on youtube that gives very detailed instructions of how to remove it, however none of them address a couple of issues that I just had with my Aspencade GL1200A.

First, and foremost, not a single posting is available online to show you how to do an "Emergency Roadside Repair" All of them were about doing the removal (Shop style) So I'm going to provide some info here that should help out anyone who needs the instructions.

If you have additional hardware, like chrome light bars or mud flaps, you will need to address removing these before any of the informational videos will be helpful. Unfortunately, as there are several variations of aftermarket parts, you will have to be the one to decide how to remove them. Personally on mine, I have to remove 2 light bars, a trim light for the license plate, and a custom mudflap with lights, before I could gain access to the starting line of the tutorials on youtube.

Now for the BIG INFORMATION! I'll have it all CAPS for easy reference.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REMOVE THE FINAL DRIVE TO REMOVE THE TIRE!
SIMPLY FOLLOW ALL OF THE REMOVAL STEPS IN THE VIDEOS (EXCEPT) REMOVING THE FINAL DRIVE BOLTS/NUTS. ALSO, DO NOT REMOVE OR DISCONNECT THE AIR SHOCKS. DO RELEASE THE AIR AS IN THE VIDEOS, BUT DO NOT DISCONNECT THEM. REMOVE THE BRAKE ROTOR AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SOME WAY TO HOLD UP THE BRAKE OUT OF THE WAY. I SUGGEST A ZIP TIE. AFTER THE ROTOR IS REMOVED, AND THE AXLE IS REMOVED, THE SLACK NOW AVAILABLE ON THE SIDE THE BRAKE IS ON WILL GIVE YOU THE CLEARANCE TO POP THE FINAL DRIVE OFF OF THE WHEEL HUB! IT WILL SLIDE RIGHT OUT OF THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR REMOVAL! MUCH EASIER, AND FEWER STEPS THEN THE ACTUAL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS.

Good luck everyone! I hope this helps.

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Remove these bolts and the whole thing comes off.

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No need to remove the final drive.
GL1200 Rear Wheel Removal

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Cannot remove rear wheel


if your trying to remove the wheel just to change the tire and after removing the clip or bolt and its stuck just change the tire on the mower sounds harder than it is

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How do you remove the rear wheels on a ranch king plus 18 hp 46 inch cut


if the don't come off after removing either the bolt or clip and you need to change a bad tire just change the tire on the axle jack up the one side as high as you can not as hard as getting the wheel off

May 04, 2012 | Mtd Garden

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Removing rear wheels


you dont need to remove tires from bike, turn bike on one side so back tire is flat to ground, this give you the other tire in air for easier access. Use a tire removal kit to take off tire there relatively cheap, try walmart, they usually have the tires and the removal kits too...

Mar 28, 2012 | Schwinn Meridian Adult 26-Inch 3-Wheel...

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How do you remove the rear wheel? I just had the tire and tube changed and experienced a flat tire and need to get the wheel off to get it fixed. much cheaper removing wheel and taking it to get it...


Raise the back of the bike high enough that you can drop the wheel out the bottom other wise you may have to take off a saddlebag , loosen the rear axle nut, take out the bolt, knock out the spacer , lift the caliper assembly out of the way and hang it by a wire, grab the wheel, and slide it sideways away from the final drive. The wheel should slide right off the spline of the final drive and roll out the back under the fender. If the wheel wont slide past the final drive let the air out of the tire. Be sure to coat the spline of the final drive with moly60 paste from your local Honda dealer when reassembling.

Jul 06, 2011 | 2003 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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Changing rear flat tire


Find jack follow instructions to raise vehicle after parking brake is on. Remove lug nuts and take wheel with flat tire off. Replace with the spare tire and tighten lug nuts. lower vehicle, put jack , lug wrench and flat tire in vehicle. Drive to a tire repair store and fix the problem.

Dec 11, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Caravan

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Need diagram for removing rear wheel to fix puncture on power ped


you can easily fix a flat without removing the wheel from the bike if it uses a tube application to inflate racers use this method to save time as you just have limited space to do your repair apposed to removing the wheel completely dunno just a thought because im thinking your bike has wheel tensioner jigs on the rear axle and they can be tricky to get rite if your unaware of how they work and you could do more damage then good so try to slip the tire off one side pull the tube out and mend your flat and dont forget to check the interior of the rubber for burrs of foreign material less then a 10 minute job good luck message back if your stuck ok :)

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Tire removing


if you have removed all the wheel nuts and the wheel wont come off , use a large tyre lever or a long piece of wood to lever against back of wheel and lower ball joint , if you have alloy wheels they corroied to the hub , when refitting wheel use some copper grease to prevent this happing again

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