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    Just changed my rear tyre and got to put the rear wheel on tomorrow and always have trouble with the chain going tight, not now, going to flip it over as you say. Thanks

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    That was a great write up! Thanks!

    I think I might actually have the confidence to try this now.

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    Nice write up and pics, hats of to you and your lady.

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    Way better than Haynes. Can someone post a picture of what is getting switched to where so the chain doesn't tighten?
    17/42 drive, 530 chain, D&D pipes, K&N air filter

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    HAHA i like how you mentioned where the little piece of wood is from "ainsworth timber". No your not to detailed at all haha! thats good.

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    Another great write-up Chris...

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    One of my old ones this one - I wasn't even hitched when I wrote this
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    this is an amazing "how to" .. great work, for you and your misses

    Quote Originally Posted by TLR Junkie View Post
    Putting the wheels back in:


    Get the axle and cable cutters in easy reach. You're about to do the most fiddly part of the whole job.

    here's what I'm going to do to eliminate that issue .... seeing as I'm am also using the bottle jack under the motor method,.. i'm just going to jack the front up again until the swing-arm holes align with the wheel .... and then i'm going to use my newly acquired info.. and flip the axle around .. and presto it will be in lol

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    nice explained-)

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