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I bought new tires for my CL350. What is the safest way to remove the wheels from the bike. I was thinking the rear could be done simply on the center stand. How about the front - can I remove it on the center stand or is it pretty nose heavy? I don't have a lift or the like unfortunately. Any tips? Thanks.
 

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The rear should be easy using the center stand. Just try it out on the stand and see what the balance point is. Then once the rear is back on, you could add some additional weight to the rear of the seat to tip it back and remove the front.

Just experiment and find that balance point. You'll get it.

GB :mrgreen:
 

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a small bottle jack and a board under the front of the frame, or is that what they make milk crates for?
 

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I just used a floor jack when I changed my 71 CL350 front wheel. I had to have the wheel trued and new tire balanced. I had done the rear wheel a week prior to doing the front because it took that long to get the front tire in stock where I bought it.
 
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