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Back wheels of my sons huffy slider have cracked in half, trying to look for replacement wheels. Grace

Need to replace backs wheels they have worn out after only 2weeks and cracked.

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I have found the number for Huffy. You should be able to see if they have replacement balls for your electronic basketball game.

U.S. Customer Service
Email: service@huffysports.com
Phone: 1-262-820-3440
Phone: 1-800-558-5234
Fax: 1-262-820-6757

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That's up to you and your abilities and available tools...

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It is unclear what actually broke here (stem, handlebar itself, steerer tube?) Take it to a bike shop or do some web searching to find a solution that matches what you see. "how to ..."

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If the other side wheelnut is tighten mounted , Use on the other side to adjust a real cone wrench to fixate the pre-set cone without slack and mount the fixating small axle nut (but tight enough) against the pre-set cone. thats the problem because if this is not fixate it will allways become tight running after a few kilometers the rear wheel does not turn smoothly and your bearing can become damaged. rings and extra tight fixate of wheelnuts does not help without a cone wrench this problem cannot be solved. by wheels with coaster brake.

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