For future reference, always give year, make, engine size and model # when asking questions. We need all of that info to give an informed answer. In some cases it can make a difference. After removing the wheel, brake, shock, A-arms and knuckle - PULL the axle out of the differential. There's a circlip on the end of the axle. It looks just like the circlips holding a piston to the connecting rod. When you pull the axle, the circlip contracts enough to fit through the hole in the differential. Sometimes they're weak enough to pull out the axle by hand, with a strong jolt. Sometimes they're so stiff, a slide hammer is needed.
May 28, 2018
well i dont know about california laws but the other end of the country in maine you have to take a course that costs about $60 to get your learners permit and another course that costs about 200 to get your license and they help you with everything you need to know to start riding. as far as a bike goes yeah cruisers are much heavier then most other bikes but they do ride the best. if you have no experience riding i would recomend getting something like a honda rebel 250. they are pretty decent looking bikes and they weigh only about 300 lbs so they are great for learning even if you only drive it for a year its worth it i think.
May 28, 2018