I found out the hard way that the pulley is not fastened to the wheel. I had the new tire mounted at the dealer and when I went to lift the wheel (pulley side down, oops) the pulley fell out of the wheel and landed on the asphalt. Fortunately didn't damage it, phew.
All the rubber dampers fell out to, six if them. At least I learned a lesson of how it all fits together. Next time won't make that mistake.
For anyone who is going to remove their wheel, you don't need to follow the service manual method. You need to drop the left side exhaust pipe down and remove the saddlebags & shocks, that's it. The axle slides right out when the wheel sits low enough for the axle to pull out under the left saddlebag mount. Oh, you'll need to loosen (not remove) the chrome cover to remove the top shock bolts.
Waaaayyyyy easier than removing the trunk and rear fender as per the SM.
2009 Voyager ABS
Ebony & Titanium