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I need an owners manual for a pacific evolution bike

My bike will not go into 6th gear

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Are you sure the derailer or sprocket are not bent? The next thing if not that is the cable itself is it pulling the delairer to release the gear from the gear it is in? one final is the bike just may not go into 6th gear depending on which gear you have the front sprocket in because it would pull the front sprocket to far past the crank space where the pedals are at.

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http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/shift-levers-shifters

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I bought a 2009 pacific 24'' girls bike. did not receive owners manual. What does 18 speed torque drive twist shaft mean? and how does it work?


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In addition to having been a bicycle mechanic and enthusiast for a great number of years, I purchased the same Pacific bike for my daughter.

The torque drive twist shaft, is their overly technical name for the twist shifter that one uses to change between gears. Some bikes have a toggle shifter, which is a little lever to change the gears. These bikes have a shifter that twists on the handlebar to switch through the gears.

By the way, the manual would not have been helpful. They give a generalised manual with all of their bikes apparently, that have non-specific information about general assembly, lubricating different parts, tire inflation, and bike safety.

We got ours direct from the factory, and the manual that came with the bike was simply the most unhelpful publication I had ever seen.

So there you have it. If you have any additional questions, please write back.

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