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How do you lower the seat on a 26 inch huffy backwater with rust?

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You might need to spray liquid wrench on it and let it soak in then try using a pipe wrench because it's not going to come out without a fight. make sure you don't bang wrench on frame or put a wrench on frame because it will damage it and make the bike unusable.

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SOURCE: Peddle just spin while bike riding bike it will not engage

The chain has come off. Refit it onto the cogs then you will have drive back.

Vote for me if this helps, thanks.

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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Peddle just spin while bike riding bike it will not engage

The chain has come off. Refit it onto the cogs then you will have drive back.

Vote for me if this helps, thanks.

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