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Was thinking of using a motor lift/cherry picker to get rear tire off more easily. I'm not sure if this will work but I was thinking of removing the seat and hooking up belt straps to each side of the frame. Thinking that this would allow to lift rear high enough with front wheel stabilized to drop rear wheel without taking off body parts. The bike would be pulled up with front in v of lift so front wheel could be stationary while lifting rear.
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You will have to remove at least left bag to get axle out. It has been stated on here to put a board under center stand and you'll have enough room to remove wheel. I'm sure once the gurus are through riding for they day they'll pop in here with there infamous wisdom.

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I find this is the easiest way to do it....(stole the pic from Wingnumberone )



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