I don't really want to make another thread, so I'll just add this in here.
This is going to be a major PAIN IN THE ASS for one person.
Be sure to grease up axle and the inner wheel collars, if you need to, before putting the tire on.
1. Set the stage and place your tire in the swingarm.
2. Place the rear brake caliper in the groove in the swingarm and put the rear brake disc inbetween the pads.
3. The hard part starts here.
Watch out for the chain and make sure you put the axle through the inside. You have to lift the wheel while putting the axle through while not letting those damned wheel collars fall out.
I use my foot, shin and leg, in addition to both arms, to lift the wheel, until I maneuver the axle through.
4. After all that hard work push the axle all the way through and replace the axle adjuster plate, washer, and axle nut. DO NOT TIGHTEN.
5. Go back to the chain and sprocket side.
6. Put the chain around the top teeth of the sprocket and roll the wheel backwards, it should pop right in.
7. Adjust your chain slack with the 10mm wrench.
8. Lock the adjust nut with the 12mm wrench.
9. Take the bike OFF the stand or put it back on the ground and tighten the axle nut until you can lift the rear wheel off the ground a little.
If you have a torque wrench then set it to 83ft-lbs.