Top tip - remove the brake caliper, my dealer didn't when we had to renew the speedo drive gears, almost impossible to get the caliper mounting plate out and back in with the caliper still attached to it (altho not completely inpossible, else he couldn't have done it at all).
Caliper is held on by 2 bolts that are also the pins that hold the pads in, so when unscrewed pads will fall out, there's also spring clips on the ends that have to be removed first, don't lose them!
Needs 3/8" Allen key (should be in toolkit).
When putting bolts back in be very careful not to welly them up too tight, easily stripped (at least one member here has done it!) so I also put them on with thread lock and, just using the Allen key, do them up by just "that much". I.e., tight as you can one-handed using the short key.
I also smeared all
my caliper pistons with Brembo grease (safe for seals) to prevent them corroding and seizing.
We had to raise the mainstand onto a block of wood to get enough height to get the wheel out of the fender. Access may be better with lefthand drive Urals (tub on the right).
Going back together, difficulty getting wheel lined onto spline, needed two people one to hold wheel and turn 'til it clicks home the other pushing from the other side, also getting the spindle back in was a total complete PITA, mucho whacking with a big 'ammer was needed.
I can't see me doing all that again at the side of the road, 'speshly not on my own, not an ice cream's chance in a gas oven.