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How do I reassembe the gears in the rear wheel?

Chain came off the bike because it was not rolling correctly and we took the rear wheel apart to see what was the problem and now the wheel doesnt roll correctly and Im not sure if the gears are back in properly

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Refer to Parktool.com. There are bicycle specific tools required for this repair.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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The chain feeds UNDER the lower cog on the derailleur, BETWEEN the 2 cogs, and OVER the top one... then BEHIND the gear cluster and back OVER it. Run the other end AROUND the front chainwheels, through the front derailleur and re-connect. You may find it helpful to lay the bike on its side (sprockets up) and have someone hold rear derailleur to keep tension off the chain.e86da85.jpg
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I think I can help. Place one end of the chain over the rear gear (doesn't matter which one, the biggest) and adjust the lever or twist ring on the handlebar so the derailleur lines up in a straight line with it. Pull the chain from the rear sprocket down and over the pivot wheel and back over the bottom wheel so it looks just like this S and the end comes forward. Join the chain links. Place the chain over a couple front teeth and turn the pedal carefully until the chain seats on the front sprocket.

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Im currently using a Haro Flightline and used a few. When this kind of problem occurs, you may want to focus on the following:

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Rear wheel assembly: remove the chain and the whole assembly from the bike, then check if it rolls freely. If not, same method, check the bearings and the freewheel. allign and lubricate it.

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