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My son has a sky zone rhino bmx and someone has tried to steal it and in the process they have damaged front and back brakes and wondered if anyone could advise me on how to repair them please

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  • Henry Guevarra May 11, 2010

    What type of brakes are they and you have to elaborate on the extent of the damage.

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Hello mate ism this the bike you sold in the auction in aston birmingham b6. if yes please reply i have got a little question for you HO DO I HAVE TO FIX THE BACK BREAKES.?? pLEase can you REPLY ON ZEASHAN786@HOTMAIL.CO.UKZ

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Ok mate its rely kinda easy all ya need is gyro cables ya ave to get those ones tho cos no other ones will work and take out the other ones and just look were all them go hope it helps

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You go to a store and get it fixed

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