The Tools Required to Remove a Harley Davidson Rear Tire

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Removing the rear tire of your Harley Davidson motorcycle is simple. A few simple tools, found in any common household tool box, can assist in removal along with a torque wrench, and sizes are provided in your Harley Davidson manual.

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Wrenches

A full set of SAE wrenches will be sufficient for nearly any self-performed maintenance on your Harley Davidson. Crescent and box wrenches are part of a good SAE set. Investing in a set of Allen wrenches is also a good choice.

Screwdrivers

A full set of common and Philips screwdrivers, varied size and length, are essential to any good repair kit.

Torque Wrench

Your tool kit is complete with the addition of a proper torque wrench, sized as the Harley Davidson service manual suggests. Having the right size tool for the job is essential.

Hydraulic Lift

While a lift isn't always necessary, it can make your task of removing the rear wheel even easier. A decent lift can be purchased for under £65 at an auto parts store, as of 2011.

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