Janusz Posted February 19 Report Share Posted February 19 So I've removed wheels to have new tires installed at the shop. Should I disassemble the rear wheel and remove cush drive rubbers for tire installation and balancing or take the whole wheel to the shop? I would like to inspect/grease etc cush drive rubbers but it seems difficult to me and the factory shop manual is not very helpful. It wants me to: "Working on the opposite side remove the bearing and then lift the plate with gearing (do they mean spline drive??) using two screwdrivers." Could somebody walk me through this using simple explanation please? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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