Before I do something wrong and end up spending more in repairs I wanted to seek some help. I'm trying to remove the front wheel on my 2007 KLX250S and can't decide if it's on extremely tight or I'm missing a step. I loosened the four nuts on the right side and removed the speedometer cable. The left side of the axle is threaded into the fork bracket. So, there's no nut to remove or grab. Now I can't loosen the front axel at all. Am I missing something or is this just extremely tight?
Two words to save you a bit of hassle.................. Impact Gun. I have a cordless one and works great. It doesn't have a ton of power but I haven't come across any nut or bolt that it hasn't taken off for me including the front sprocket nut. That one was a MFer when I used to just use a breaker bar.
All good advice, thanks again. I'll be attempting the front sprocket in a couple days. So much here on the forum about this, I hope it goes well for me. I bought the 13 tooth front. Stock rear is 42 teeth. What is the best rear tooth number for optimum low end tork for trail riding?