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    Front wheel removal
    on: Nov 07, 2020, 09.04 am
    Nov 07, 2020, 09.04 am
    Hi all.
    I don't have a service manual on my TTSE and my owners manual doesn't tell me how to remove the
    front wheel, so I am just wondering if is their a sticky on it in this forum.

    I searched front wheel removal and had lots of bits and pieces but nothing on actual wheel removal.

    Place bike on centre stand, jacket up under front engine area to lift front wheel off the ground?
    Does that sound about right to anyone who has done it?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #1 on: Nov 07, 2020, 09.36 am
    Nov 07, 2020, 09.36 am
    To test a man's character, give him (horse) power.

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #2 on: Nov 07, 2020, 10.10 am
    Nov 07, 2020, 10.10 am
    Many thanks RocketSteve.

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #3 on: Nov 08, 2020, 01.51 am
    Nov 08, 2020, 01.51 am
    It's not necessary to remove the front mudguard as long as you jack the front up high enough to remove the wheel. Cheers.  :158:
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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #4 on: Nov 08, 2020, 03.22 am
    Nov 08, 2020, 03.22 am
    Thanks HACKLE.
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    Honda CB360G, BMW R65, Honda CB250RS, Honda  CB900F2C, Yamaha XV1000, Honda XLV750, Yamaha XT600 Tenere, Yamaha FJ1100, Suzuki GS1100G, BMW R100RT(2), BMW K75S, Yamaha MT-01, Suzuki Burgman 650, Suzuki GSX1400, Honda NT700V, Suzuki C50 Boulevarde, Honda ST1100, Honda ST1300, Honda CB250T, Honda CB250H, Yamaha T-Max 500, Suzuki Vstrom DL1000. Suzuki Vstrom DL650, Yamaha Vstar XVS1300, Yamaha XJR1200, Yamaha XJR1300, Kawasaki KLR600.

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #5 on: Nov 08, 2020, 10.54 am
    Nov 08, 2020, 10.54 am
    Once the bike is supported, undo the two Clamp / Pinch bolts ( 6mm Allen Key )
    from the bottom of the Right fork, then unscrew and withdraw the Spindle
    using a 17mm Hex Tool.


    Be wary that the Spindle may have corroded onto one of the Inner Bearing races or Spacer,
    which will be evident by the Spindle not withdrawing as it is unscrewed,
    and the forks becoming progressively splayed apart as the spindle is unscrewed.  :233:

    See this Topic :

    Front Axle Seized !

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #6 on: Nov 25, 2020, 05.07 pm
    Nov 25, 2020, 05.07 pm
    Wasn't sure if it's better to add to this thread or start a new one so here goes. 

    After removal of the front wheel, do most/many shops want the brake rotors removed for tire replacement or can they be left alone?  I suspect/hope left alone as it appears Triumph recommends "Remove and discard the bolts." in the service manual and I'd rather not purchase bolts.  Of course, I suspect folks often reuse them.

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    Re: Front wheel removal
    Reply #7 on: Nov 25, 2020, 05.28 pm
    Nov 25, 2020, 05.28 pm
    Leave the Rotors on but be careful not to lay the wheel down onto either of them -
    get some blocks of wood to put under the edges of the wheel / tire and rest
    the wheel on them so that the rotors are clear of the floor.

    Also make sure you tell the tire fitter that there are TPMS sensors fitted
    behind the valves so that they donít damage them ! 

    Cheers  :821:




     



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