Question about Schwinn Stingray Chopper Youth Bicycle Seat Parts 444b
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Let us start with the rear. The brake arms will have a small screw located on them near the pivot. You can screw these in to adjust the relation of the pad to the rim. You can also (if that didn't take care of it) remove the brake arm and move the spring's pin to the next hole to make sure it properly clears itself.
The front can be tightened on the brake levers with the adjustment barrel, or, if that is already fully turned out, turn it all the way back in and release the cable at the brake itself and retighten it when you have adequately adjusted the brake there.
Check out Parktool.com's repair help page (located at the top right hand of their homepage) for excellent detailed and illustrated help in bike maintenance.
Hope this helps a little,
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
look for adifferent looking link more oval than the rest it is also possible that there is no master link that the chain was joined with a chain tool especailly if is a multi speed bike with a derailleur
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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