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Front wheel to tight

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SOURCE: childs 12 inch mongoose is new, but back wheel does not spin prop

The bikes are pre-assembled by a machine that overtightens the rear axle.  I had the same problem with my daugher's 12 inch huffy princess bike and my other duaghter's 16 inch Schwinn bike.  If you loosen the nuts on the back axle it fixes the problem.  I have read that the idea thing for these bike is to have them re-assembled and re-lubricated by a bike shop, but I thought this might cost as much as I paid for the bike. 

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Local bike shop determined that both wheels were defective. I took the junk back to Walmart and got a refund... PROBLEM SOLVED!!

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where the bars slide into forks there should be a allen nut on the top undo this slightly and adjust bar height then tighten up allen nut

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For the gear problem.Find the shifter.Use a pair of pliers and loosen the nut where the cable is passing through the shifter.Now withe the pliers pull the cable tight.Very tight.Spray the shifter with WD-40.That should fix it.


For the front rim,tighten all the spokes.Pliers will work,but a spoke too; will make the job faster.

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1 Buy a spoke wrench and attemp to true the wheel. You can do this by spinning the wheel to locate the spot where the wheel goes furthest to one side then tighten the spoke coming from the opposite side. Do this slowly 1/2 turn at a time. Do not over tighten the spoke. It may be necessary to loosen the other side slightly.

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