at the very least 3 of them journey Honda Goldwings and the other 1 is riding a Kawasaki cruiser from the 70s? Believed these had been intended to bikers like SOA or HA. Not retired medical professionals and lawyers.
Answer by Swoope YDLM
I am no motorcycle junkie so I would not be capable to go into element but the bikes never seem as well flash nor have that undesirable boy appear lol
I received a horrible flat final night on my 1983 KZ750 (it truly is a Kawasaki cruiser) and do not want to have it towed to a mechanic. Can I safely and securely eliminate the rear wheel so that I can get it to a store?
The bicycle has shaft drive, which I’ve in no way messed-with. Is there anything at all specific about that for which I am going to need special equipment, gaskets, and so forth? All I want to do is take the wheel in to alter the tire.
Response by G B
Considerably less complicated than undertaking a chain travel rear wheel. Basically, you get rid of the calipher (if disc geared up), or undo brake anchor (if drum braked) . Then pull axle and spacers (notice how they go) wheel shoud then pull out of drive housing and roll out for fix. Reverse method to assemble.
Solution by guardrailjim
G B is appropriate. It truly is quite basic and no parts will tumble out.
Just slide the wheel absent from the last travel case.
The wheel and final travel are splined jointly.
It truly is a no brainer.
No specific tools or gaskets or draining oil.
No changes or special procedures to place the wheel again on.
Solution by tommy44432
What they said. ^^^^^^^^