Question about Pacific International Schwinn Loop 7-Speed Folding Bike
There is a long bolt (of which you can only see the head) in the center of the handlebar stem. The nut (which you can't see at all) at the bottom of this bolt is a wedge, that when it is tight keeps the stem tightly wedged inside the tube (that you also can't see) that is the top part of the front fork (which is the two long arms to which the front wheel is attached. Loosen this bolt just a couple of turns, then give it a sharp rap with a hammer or block of wood. This will loosen the wedge without removing the bolt. Make your straightening adjustment and retighten the bolt. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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