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I know there are posts on the forum on how to remove the rear tire on a 1500?

I cant find them.

Can someone help me?

Need posts.:(
 

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All you have to do is remove the left muffler,put her up on a motorcycle jack, remove axle nut and losen pincher bolt,axle spacer & washer.
Back the left shock bolt out ( do not remove) enough to allow the brake bracket to be moved to the rear of the bike past the frame and pull the wheel off of the shaft toward the left of the bike and straight down and off she comes.

Click on my photo bucket and view some photo's I took of my rear tire change.....
 

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Okay, I took out the titles and made the link direct so you can see them. Corrected the first post, and here is how it looks now.


Here are a few

1500 Rear Wheel Removal
www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum1/23281.html

Changing a GL1500 Rear Tire on the road
http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum1/75270.html


1500 Rear Wheel Removal - and loosing a tire spoon inside the wheel

http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum1/69215.html


That's all I have bookmarked for now. I also moved this thread to the technical forum, so all the threads will stay in one place.
 

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Left saddlebag is all I ever remove so that the caliper will pull out of the way, and swivel the left muffler down.
 
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