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So I've read everything I could find about rear wheel removal for the Voyager. Looks like the best/easiest method seems to be removing both rear shocks.

Is this the consensus? I "think" my harbor freight motorcycle jack will get the bike high enough to drop the wheel.

Craig
 

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Yes, but that is one way to do it. You might find it hard to align it up again. This shows doing it that way but I think I prefer the way I did it the second time for the CT. You do have to take off the left muffler so the axel will come out.
Either way, it's a lot of work. You will need help to align the axel on assembly.
 

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Yea the blue got me hook line & sinker. Saw it at bike week in Daytona 2009. Had to trade in my Suzuki Blv. to get it.
Anyway this is what I put on it. Really like it.
 

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David,

With all the work involved in replacing the rear tire I don't blame you for going Dark side. Your gonna get superb mileage out of that and considering our state is so flat and roads straight, it makes sense. A riding friend of mine has a CT on her Vulcan 2000 and has been very very happy with it.

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Yeah it has almost 10K miles on it and I still can't see ware on it, but I'm sure it has some. :)
 
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