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== General Instructions ==
 
== General Instructions ==
  
Though covered in the service manual, many people use creative methods to support a bike while servicing it. This often results in tip-over accidents. Below we list methods that are proven to work. And also the ones that don't.
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Though covered in the service manual, many people use creative methods to support a bike while servicing it. This often results in tip-over accidents. Below we list methods that are proven to work. And also the ones that aren't.
  
 
== Disconnecting the Battery ==
 
== Disconnecting the Battery ==

Revision as of 14:51, 28 April 2007

General Instructions

Though covered in the service manual, many people use creative methods to support a bike while servicing it. This often results in tip-over accidents. Below we list methods that are proven to work. And also the ones that aren't.

Disconnecting the Battery

Supporting the Rear End

Supporting the Front End

Common Mistakes