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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-29-2016, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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Stand to allow rear wheel removal of 2011 F4

I am wanting a stand that will allow me to remove my rear wheel. I currently have a stand from MV Augusta Corse and maybe it's possible to do it with that stand but I am not sure. Does anyone know if the MV Corse rear stand will work and if not what stand would you recommend.

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Crikey, are you sure you're going to try and do this yourself mate ?
Not being nasty, but if you have to ask that question, then you have me worried.

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I share Donsy's concern, Stick.
What are you using for guidance to help you through the process? Have you downloaded the Workshop manual from Donsy's site?

All of the MVs use the same rear stand. MV Corse is top notch and will work fine; BUT, there are other considerations. Do you have the proper tools? Torque Wrench? Understand reverse thread pitch?

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Thanks for the replies and no offense was taken...lol

I mainly want to remove the wheels so I can bring them to the dealer to put the tires on during the winter. Last time I tried bringing the bike in during the summer I was told I'd have to wait 6 weeks which is unacceptable to me. I have done it many times on my ninja and I do have torque wrenches and the shop manual for it.
I actually downloaded the shop manual from Donsy's site (thanks btw) and it doesn't seem so bad. I originally posted without seeing the manual and I've never dealt with a single-side swingarm before so I wasn't sure if I needed a special stand that attached to the frame or if what I had would do. Happy to hear that the stand I have is adequate.

I will go through the manual more throughly once I am back home and able to look at the bike at the same time. And if questions arise I will ask here before screwing things up.

One question I did have was about the torque values in the manual...they appear as 2224.
Is this meant to be a range? The divide symbol is new to me when looking at torque values so just wanted to be sure.

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Okay, it's a range brother, so if you're looking at that then it means "between 22 and 24 Nm".

Remember, for the rear wheel you only have to undo the big nut on the wheel side, you don't touch the sprocket side or the hub or any pinch bolts on the swing-arm.

Remember that the big nut has a REVERSE thread, as indicated by the arrow on the rim.

Make sure your fast asleep wheel changer guy does not use the arrow on the rim for tyre rotation reference, because if it takes them six weeks to change wheels they're bound to fuck this up and install rear tyre the wrong way round.

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Oh dear.
Especially if the OP thinks the torque value for the rear wheel nut is 22-24 nm.....

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Especially if the OP thinks the torque value for the rear wheel nut is 22-24 nm.....
As long as he has the clip in the nut
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I feel like he's talking about the 5 sprocket nuts lol. Don't remove these. I'm gonna stop right here.

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