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Old Jul 29th 2015, 01:52 PM   #71
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yup.....what he said !
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Old Aug 5th 2015, 12:35 AM   #72
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speedymoto socket + air impact wrench. just comes right off.

torquing it back on though - that takes some muscle!
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Old Aug 17th 2015, 09:18 PM   #73
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impact wrench did the trick for me today, spray some WD40 all around, let it soak for a couple minute, and 3x 5 second impact internvals got the job done. Cost me $90 at the dealer last time around.

Dewalt DW292 + Speedmoto Socket
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Old Dec 18th 2015, 10:46 AM   #74
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thanks for the great info, the heart ache war stories lol, and links to the socket.
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Old Dec 18th 2015, 02:12 PM   #75
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Originally Posted by Steve B View Post
+1. I use one of these with a cheap-ass electric impact from Harbor Freight; works great.
+2....same exact setup...really only way to do it and not go into traction or fits of rage
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Old Dec 18th 2015, 04:00 PM   #76
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I did it differently.
Using front wheel chock which can hold the bike upright by itself, and put tie-down around that, front wheel, and a pillar of the house, then get my wife to sit on bike and step on the rear brake and put my weight on the breaker bar. An easy regular task as i get the tyre changed very often.
Perfect opportunity to bond with the wife over the bike.
Just don't do it while the bike is in rear stand (need to be on the ground), and don't put it in gear!!
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Old Mar 10th 2016, 05:19 PM   #77
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OK ..... At the risk of sounding stupid ..... I am going to remove front and back wheels to get new tires . I am taking these wheels off of my 2014 Panigale 1199 S ..... I need a 55mm , 12 point socket for the rear ? ..... What size and style do I need for the front ?
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Old Mar 10th 2016, 05:41 PM   #78
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So .... a 55mm 12 point for rear and a 30mm thin wall for the front ?
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Old Mar 10th 2016, 07:53 PM   #79
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So .... a 55mm 12 point for rear and a 30mm thin wall for the front ?
Get this for the rear: https://tpoparts.com/cat093/index.ph...product_id=221

Front Socket - 30mm

If you're really motivated and want to add 1 more tool to your Arsenal:

No-Mar Tire Machine: http://www.nomartirechanger.com/

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Originally Posted by GGG View Post
OK ..... At the risk of sounding stupid ..... I am going to remove front and back wheels to get new tires . I am taking these wheels off of my 2014 Panigale 1199 S ..... I need a 55mm , 12 point socket for the rear ? ..... What size and style do I need for the front ?
you can also walk out to your garage and measure the front wheel nut
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