How do you remove a rear wheel on automatic mopad 250?

by Pablo
(Fresno, CA)

I need to change my back tire with a new one, but I don't know how to take the old one off. Can anyone give me any pointers?

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Jun 07, 2010
Removing rear tire
by: Anonymous

This may or may not help. I don't l know, but youtube has everything you can imagine...I may need this in the future...

Jun 07, 2010
Taking the rear tire off
by: Izzy

This is not that hard of a job. First thing to do is to take the rear brake caliper off. Then take the muffler off. Now that you have them out of the way, take the write side shock off of the swing arm.

You will now need an impact wrench with a 23mm socket. After removing the nut, you need to remove the washer too. After that, the wheel assembly should slide off. If not, you might need a 3 jaw gear puller to remove it.

I had to use one on mine. Just clamp the jaws to the swing arm and the screw end to the drive axle and tighten. It will pop off after a few turns. I hope this helps you out.


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