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Kent la jolla cruiser bike + read coaster hub diagram

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SOURCE: Can't tighten the handlebar stem.

hi lynduck,

are you using a threadless steam or a threaded one?

like this one in the picture.

if so, spacers should be on the right spot and the pinch botls should be tights. top cap should not be moveable and this will make sure your front end turns lightly. apply light axle grease to make it smooth.



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SOURCE: i just need a diagram of the rear hub on a coaster brake bike

Park Tool's website has a bicycle repair section and it will tell you how to do it. HWOB was trying to help you out; he told you where to get the info. On the Park Tool website, top-right corner of the page is a link to Repair Help. There will be a picture of a bicycle that you can highlight parts on. Click on the FRONT hub and it will show you several options of hubs.

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SOURCE: I just bought a La Jolla 26' men's bike and the

Examine the top of the chain guard where it mounts to the bicycle. Loosen the fasteners enough to slide the chain guard in and out. Adjust it so it doesn't hit the crank or rub on the chain and tighten the fasteners back down.

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If your cruiser bike has a coaster brake it will increase the complexity.

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