Removing is easy. When installing it, belt tension and alignment need to be addressed as part of the install. Service Manual is a good investment, even for what seems to be the easiest tasks on the surface. Belt eating a hole in the fuel tank, poor tracking down the road, and belt noise as well as breaking the inner sprocket flange off and excessive pressure on the trans bearing are all possible down sides of doing it wrong.I discovered a big puncture hole in my new rear Commander tire (2016 Night Rod) on the way home Wednesday evening. I am not a mechanic and was wondering if removing the rear wheel is something this group would recommend for a DIY project?