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The handle bars slip and tightening the nut doesn't work.

Am I missing something?

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  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    What type of shim are we talking about? And does anyone know of a good website where you can purchase parts for a Dynacraft mountain ridge bike?

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When you tighten the nut on the handlebar be sure the nut does not turn the bolt you may have to hold the bolt with a vice grip

If you are sure it is as tight as you can get it and the handle bar moves you may have to losten it and put a shim between the handlebar and the clamp throat

Also, the handlebar does go down into the forks this controls the side to side movement of the handle bars when you tighten this bolt it keeps the unit tight into the forks

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