Question about Schwinn Cycling
Cannot find any numbers on pedal these were close to screws holding on back wheel
Why do you want to know is it real old then you could go to youtube and there are videos that tell you how to read those things but it would have to be before they were bought out by Wal Mart.
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear wheel problem
Take the wheel off the bike. take the outer two nuts & washers off. You will then have another set of nuts. You should only beable to get eathier a 1/2 or 9/16 wrench on the inner nuts. Then tighten those nuts. Not too tight, just snug. Replace the wheel on the bike, replace the washers & nuts and tighten those tight.
You should beable to pedal.
You did'nt say if this is a single speed, 3sp, 10sp or 15sp. If you have additional gears, then you may have to reallign the cam for shifting.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Bike pedals can be a little tricky, but most likely for that bike you will need a 9/16's wrench. There should be some flat surfaces inboard of the pedals between the crank arm (the long arm that you screw the pedals into). Now, here's the hard part - the R pedal is normally threaded, but the L pedal is reversed. The easiest way to remember which way to turn the wrench is to stand behind the rear wheel and you will always pull the wrench towards you to loosen. Depending on how long the pedals have been on, they might be pretty tough to get off. You could use some penetrating spray (like Liquid Wrench) and let that sit for awhile. Also, once you get the pedals off, remember to put a little grease on the threads so that next time they won't be so tough!.
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: gave my 10 year old
Your pedal falling off is never a good thing, nor is the entire crank arm assembly.
For this one you are best taking it into your local bike shop and have them take a look at why both of these fell off. There are a number of reasons, from stripped thread to missing bolts and nuts to improper assembly. None of these are a good scenario with a childs bike, or any bike for that matter.
Alternative, and my personal suggestion - Take the bike back to where it was purchased and exchange for a new one. These parts should not fall off after years of riding let alone 2 days, and would constitute a warranty and safety issue.
I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND CONTINUING TO RIDE THIS BIKE, SINCE YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT ELSE WAS IMPROPERLY ASSEMBLED.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
The Serial number is most commonly located on the bottom of the bike inbetween the crank arms.
Sometimes it has been painted over and tough to read. Yoiu may also need to remove a plastic protector from the area, but not always.
If the serial number is not there it may be near the where the rear wheel enters the frame on either side. or near the steering column of the bike.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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