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    Question Rear wheels removal (CG125)

    As the topic says i wanted to remove the rear wheel in order to properly wash the inside of the rear fender, but to my utter surprise i didn't knew how to do it. I mean i have seen it getting removed a thousand times and i thought i knew.
    Reason is as follows.

    I managed to remove brake arm, but what to do with this nut here. Here it is shown with silencer removed.

    Rear wheels removal CG125 -1543952

    But actually it's like this

    Rear wheels removal CG125 -1543953

    There is no way any chabi or ring pana fits in this gap.


    Rear wheels removal CG125 -1543954

    I kept on turning this nut anti-clockwise but it just didn't come off.

    I also managed to remove the chain adjustment nuts but these two big bolts are causing confusion.

    If anyone can explain the procedure using the above pics, i will be most grateful. Thanks
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    you need an offset box spanner (ring pana) to hold the nut that is behind the exhaust, Hold the bolt head from chain side and loosen either the nut or bolt (your choice)

    once its loose, you can undo it very easily. remove the spacer slug between the brake plate and arm.

    remove chain cover, move wheel forwards slightly to unhook chain from sprocket.

    remove wheel from machine
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    Thanks for reply sir. Got it hold one loose the other

    However I think i might have to force the issue as far as holding the nut is concerned, in order to slide ring pana in this narrow gap.

    Any idea what number the nut is of ?

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    In addition to what Xulfiqar has said above ....

    You can't do it alone. Have someone put pressure on the rear seat or rear support carrier thingy. Once you press the bike downwards into the ground, you will have enough clearance to slide in a Ring Spanner, to open the nut behind exhaust.

    Also, i can't quite remember, if it was 20, 22 or 24mm for rear Nut. Check the CG125 Guide (in my thread, by r1) for more info.

    Removing the rear tyre is quite easy. You didn't have to remove the exhaust. If you have, its better to buy a brand new Gasket Exhaust Pipe (otherwise you will risk leaking the exhaust) ... this thing: Rear wheels removal (CG125) - 2K4ocJG

    Anyway, let me know if you need anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    In addition to what Xulfiqar has said above ....

    You can't do it alone. Have someone put pressure on the rear seat or rear support carrier thingy. Once you press the bike downwards into the ground, you will have enough clearance to slide in a Ring Spanner, to open the nut behind exhaust.

    Also, i can't quite remember, if it was 20, 22 or 24mm for rear Nut. Check the CG125 Guide (in my thread, by r1) for more info.

    Removing the rear tyre is quite easy. You didn't have to remove the exhaust. If you have, its better to buy a brand new Gasket Exhaust Pipe (otherwise you will risk leaking the exhaust) ... this thing:

    Anyway, let me know if you need anything.
    Na i didn't remove the exhaust, would have been too impractical.
    I was trying to slide the ring pana b/w the gap with the bike on main stand, rear tyre in the air, being very careful not to damage the chrome, don't know how the gap would be increased by pulling it down on the ground but i will give it a try.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah9014 View Post
    Na i didn't remove the exhaust, would have been too impractical.
    I was trying to slide the ring pana b/w the gap with the bike on main stand, rear tyre in the air, being very careful not to damage the chrome, don't know how the gap would be increased by pulling it down on the ground but i will give it a try.

    Thanks.
    Putting a force from the top into the ground, will make the rear shocks (and the exhaust) slide down; leaving you enough space to slide in a ring spanner.

    Ofcourse you will have to use TWO ring spanners. One to hold the nut (on the exhaust side), and the other, to open up the excel from the other (chain cover) side.

    You also don't have to touch any of the Alignment Adjusting Nuts (those tiny nuts used to adjust the alignment of rear wheel.
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