Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: S3R
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: LOS ANGELES
Other Motorcycle: Thruxton
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I'm a little new to the forums installed some small stuff like Dominator slip ons and change little things here and there. I'm curious about the NARK Box I got it and am wondering if it really is necessary to
1. Take the rear wheel off?
2. Take the rear shocks off?
The reason I ask is because I have a steel horse stand and no center stand or center jack. So taking off the rear shocks which is stated to do the install would not allow me to use the Steel horse rear stand lift.
I'm also wondering if there's anything I should be nervous about removing the rear wheel. Seems like a simple removal of the brake calipers and making sure the tensioners are set the way they were previously.
Thx for the help. I tried to search but I haven't really found much info on the 2 specifics. I'm a fairly intermediate DIY'er since I work on Vw's but just not on bikes so much.
I have the yellow Harbor Freight $99 jack. They are rather heavy to move around, but sturdy. I really like the lightweight aluminum ones, but the I can't rationalize the almost doubled price just for the weight savings.
Btw how do you like your Ruckus? I'm no scooter guy, but that's one I'd love to have. Such a cool looking little scoot.
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