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Not very hard, but if you're not handy it might take a little while the first time. You'll probably want front/rear stands to make things much easier. With the rear wheel you'd have to adjust chain slack/alignment. And you need some 2*4's or something to rest the wheels on so there's no pressure on the discs or sprocket. Buy a service manual if you don't have one already.
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