Motorcycle Rear Shock Adj, Wheel Removal

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Bob and Mark spin the Harley around to adjust the rear shocks and remove the rear caliper and wheel. The guys start by covering all chrome and removing the rear axle. Brake pad retaining pins and pads come next then onto rear brake caliper removal. Take your time and note (on paper if you need too) how all parts come off. Wrap the caliper and a scissor jack helps raise the Harley to clear the rear fender when removing the tire. Softail riders make sure to check out the Softail shock adjustment and rebuild videos.

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