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Not much info to go on so I am going to make some assumptions. That is that you have hand brakes and multiple speeds so that you have several sprockets on the rear.

1. Take a pic or draw one on how the chain is run so that you can put it back the same way.
2. You will need to loosen the cable that operates the rear brakes to allow the jaws of the brakes to open all the way so that the tire will fit thru them.
3. Loosen the nuts on both ends of the rear axle.
4. Begin slipping the axle out of the slots in the frame and as you do that you will have to remove the chain from the sprockets. While doing that notice that the chain is on the inside of the frame so that when you are ready to replace the rear wheel, you will need to put the chain on the sprocket BEFORE you position the wheel in the frame and the axle in the slots on each side.

If you have another bike similar or a digital camera, the other bike or a good photo will be very helpful when putting the chain back on and the wheel in place.

Tools needed- appropriate wrenches- a small and medium crescent wrench would be ideal as you may have metric size nuts and not have the correct open wrenches.

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