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Assembling a bicycle without instructions

Cant get pedal assembly together including barrings

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I'm not sure what you mean. . .a common problem is that there is a right-side and left-side pedal. Make sure you're putting them on the proper sides--and the left side pedal screws in the "wrong" way. The "lefty-loosey, righty-tighty" rule is reversed. (This keeps the pedal from unscrewing itself while you ride.)

If this isn't the problem, please post more info.

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