Introduction

The wheelie bar may be deformed or just get in your way constantly. Learn how to remove and/or replace it with this guide.

If you need more assistance, visit our troubleshooting guide here.

Parts

No parts required.

Facing the wheelie bar as shown, place your left thumb on the bolt located on the left side of the Back Wheel and place the Allen wrench into the screw on the right side of the Back Wheel. Using the wrench, slowly unscrew the bolt while applying constant pressure from the left side.
  • Facing the wheelie bar as shown, place your left thumb on the bolt located on the left side of the Back Wheel and place the Allen wrench into the screw on the right side of the Back Wheel.

  • Using the wrench, slowly unscrew the bolt while applying constant pressure from the left side.

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Remove the bolt from the right side and the bearing from the left. Remove the bolt from the right side and the bearing from the left.
  • Remove the bolt from the right side and the bearing from the left.

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Black Friday
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Turn the JD Razor 2000 on its side as shown. Slowly remove the Back Wheel by pulling it out at a perpendicular angle to the scooter base.
  • Turn the JD Razor 2000 on its side as shown. Slowly remove the Back Wheel by pulling it out at a perpendicular angle to the scooter base.

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Pull the wheelie bar away from the deck of the scooter.
  • Pull the wheelie bar away from the deck of the scooter.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

If you need more assistance, visit our troubleshooting guide here.

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