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    Default Rear wheel removal

    New to the trike,how does the cover on the rear wheel come off to get at the lugs seems too thin to pry off don't want to break anything lehman monarch ll 2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triker229 View Post
    New to the trike,how does the cover on the rear wheel come off to get at the lugs seems too thin to pry off don't want to break anything lehman monarch ll 2001
    Tony, This is a second request for a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triker229 View Post
    New to the trike,how does the cover on the rear wheel come off to get at the lugs seems too thin to pry off don't want to break anything lehman monarch ll 2001
    no visible screws still trying to post a pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triker229 View Post
    no visible screws still trying to post a pic
    Save the pic to a pc, resize it using paint to 600-800 pixels wide, then when posting here, use site's photo up loader, browse the files, select the picture on your pc, upload.

    You said a 2001 Monarch II? No screws. Do they look a little like either of these? As I recall, small notch directly in line with tire valve for flat screwdriver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triker229 View Post
    no visible screws still trying to post a pic
    The Monarch I trikes used an ASA JS1 wheel.

    Had a large aluminum nut holding a plastic dish.

    The nut removes and should not be over-tightened.

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    That's the wheel I was thinking of, I never looked close at one, did not know about big nut, but I saw it was ASA too.
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