What setup do you have that warrants removing the hub?A reason to check the bearings?or what.
so the first time I had to do this was when I bought the Extreme Creations "hyper drive" which is 38t rear sprocket and requires their hub to use that sprocket, this was when I ran the LSR. And I change the rear sprocket (still using the OEM hub) frequently going back-n-forth from the track to canyon riding. I have a Baxley front wheel chalk (internet pic below) which I roll the bike into and then remove the hub, flip it over on a towel and then use an impact gun to remove the 5 nuts, and do the sprocket swap. If you don't have a wheel chalk then just leaving the bike on the side stand like Bob does is fine, but I prefer the bike to be upright. Keep in mind that I break the chain & swap front & rear sprockets every time I go from street to track, most owners wouldn't have this need.
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