Yeah, right! Good luck trying to do that...unplug the amp BEFORE removing the rear fender! :roll:You can still roll the tire out the back of the bike you just have to unplug the amp before removing the rear fender.
I guess it was pointless for me to provide the same link in my first post.Check my stuff. This is the way I do it. Takes about 30 mins. Cheers..:doorag:
Now this I like. Good inguinity. Get a little exercise too. You must be part Hillbilly like me.If you haved soft dirt and a piece of 3/4" plywood you can dig a hole about a foot deep and position the bike on the centerstand at the edge. The rear wheel needs enough clearance to drop straight down. I just use a 2 by2 in the spokes to lock the wheel when loostening and tightening the lugnuts. Remember, you do not want the bike to rock forward at all during this.
:agree: I'm not fond or laying it over (on purpose) either. And, the tire won't just slide out, some of the weight of the bike is still on it and you have to wrangle with it. Getting the wheel off is much easier than putting it on, that's for sure. And, I don't think I'd like my wing snoozin on her side for two days waiting on a tire change. And you can show me all the videos you want of people uprighting the bike alone - I value my discs and vertebrae more than a few minutes extra doing it on the center stand. Sciatica anyone?Could anyone take a picture of how the wing makes contact with the ground when you lay it on the right. Turns out, I avoid laying the bike over if at all possible. :thumbup: