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    F-Twins Tech - F800GS Front Wheel Removal

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    Removing and reinstalling the front wheel on your BMW F800GS

    Note 1: The specific bike shown is a 2013 F800GS
    Note 2: The tools and materials used are by personal choice and are not due to any affiliation with any brand

    Tools Required:
    - T30 star (Torx) bit
    - T45 star (Torx) bit
    - E12 external star (External Torx) socket
    - 17mm socket
    - Ratchet(s) that fit the above
    - Torque wrench
    - Suitable way to raise the front wheel and keep the bike steady.
    Last edited by drneo66; 02-10-2021 at 11:36 PM.
    Current: 2007 BMW R1200RT, 2013 F800GS
    Former: 1995 BMW K75S, 2009 BMW G650GS
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