Question about 1996 kawasaki ZZR 1100
It is not necessary to release the alignment adjusters to remove the rear wheel so you need have no fear about that.
The first thing I do is put the bike on the centre stand with an inch thick plank of wood under the stand to give a bit of extra clearance when removing the wheel.
The only tricky thing is having the appropriate tools to undo the axle nut. If you don't have the original tool kit you will need to go and do some shopping for large allen keys.
Now all you have to do is remove the two retaining clips, slacken and remove the axle nut and pull out the axle - it can help to tap this from the nut end with a piece of broom handle or similar, and another pair of hands can be useful as the rear wheel is not light weight and needs a little manoeuvring.
Lift off the chain and hang it on the swinging arm and the wheel can be lifted out. Take care not to rest the wheel on the brake disc!
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
If you don't know how to pull it off then when you put it back on, how are you going to align it? Take it to a shop!
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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