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Any advice guys how to get both wheels out the bike for tyre change at the same time? Obviously rear is ok on centre stand, and dont want to make 2 trips the the shop to fit, so rather take both off at once. Any advice?
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Front and rear paddock stands if you have them

If you aint got any stands, can you hook something up to support the front from above

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I have front and rear stands but if I didn't I would prefer to make two trips rather than risk damage to the bike.

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I use an ABBA stand which fits into the swingarm pivot, then a normal front stand...
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Yep.You could get floor jack under there and support the front that way.Long as it doesn't contact the fairings?
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pilot road 4's

Got a new set of boots to fit tomorrow, pilot road 4's. Any comments? Also i cant believe how easy to get the back wheel off, never had a single sided swing arm bike before. However, do i need s special size socket/allen wrench to get front spindle out? it doesn't mention it in the service manual?
Appreciate any help, getting them done at bike shop tomorrow supposedly.
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Got a new set of boots to fit tomorrow, pilot road 4's. Any comments? Also i cant believe how easy to get the back wheel off, never had a single sided swing arm bike before. However, do i need s special size socket/allen wrench to get front spindle out? it doesn't mention it in the service manual?

Appreciate any help, getting them done at bike shop tomorrow supposedly.


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