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So I'm going to be attempting to remove my rear wheel for the first time I watched a few videos on a vrsca but I'm assuming it should be similar, any last minute advise?
 

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If you have a service manual it should go smoothly. If not not so.
 

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So what year and model bike you working with?
 

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Make sure the axel shaft is clean and smooth then coat it with anti seize before you reinstall, you can thank me later!
I hit mine with the wire wheel on my grinder to clean it and remove any burrs or rust.


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Make sure the axel shaft is clean and smooth then coat it with anti seize before you reinstall, you can thank me later!
I hit mine with the wire wheel on my grinder to clean it and remove any burrs or rust.


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Thank you, will give it a scrub down before I lube it up. My wheel got delayed till Monday so I got some time.
 
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