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Can a HUFFY VORMAX 18 speed mountain bike w/ dual ASR suspension be made into a rear hub an eletric bike . I ask this question because sometimes the way the bike back drailleur causes a problem? And i

And if you know any cheap bike that can be converted to a rear hub conversion.

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Look for the manufacturers name and model number on the gripshift and check at www.parktool.com. Look under derailleurs for repair tips which will give you an idea how they work. A twelve speed has six gears on the rear sprocket and two on the crank giving you a combination of twelve speeds. sheldonbrown.com is another good site with good articles and pictures.

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This should help you:http://sheldonbrown.com/gearing/index.html. Also try here:http://www.parktool.com/repair/byregion.asp?catid=4 Hope these sites help. Good explanations and pictures.

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i am not sure if your problem is with the shifters or the drailleurs, or just the cable tension. Start by shifting the front into the low gear and the rear into the high gear, then release the cables at the derailleur. Pull them both tight and retighten. If this doe snot work, go to parktool.com/repair/ and check out their step-by-step information on bike maintenance by clicking on the part of the bike you are having trouble with.

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If a single speed bike loosen the rear wheel and pull it back away from the pedals to get the chain tighter

If it has multi gears the arm hanging down has a ser screw that will need to be adjusted to align the chain to stop at the last gear

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all nuts and bolts are metric, so you need metric wrenches.

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