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Dunno what bike u got, but the method is similar.

Put your bike on a rear stand, remove the cotton pin in the rear axle nut [aussie bikes dont have one],then loosen & remove the nut with a 36mm socket or big spanner.

Have a block under the tire or someone supporting the wheel, and slid the axle out, making note of where the blocks and washers go.

Put on a pair of gloves if u havent already, and slide the chain off the rear sprocket, then carefully move the wheel from the bike


It might help to lower the brake caliper if you're having difficulties.

Havent done this in a while, but i dont think i'd missed much.

Regrease the axle upon reassembly. Torque spec for the nut is 100Nm.

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Thinking of polishing my rims during the winter months. One problem, not really sure how to take the rear wheel off, and get it back on the way it should be. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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