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Can't fit my rear axel

How do i fit my rear wheel axel

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  • Dave May 11, 2010

    You need to provide more information... pictures, are there gears involved? or is it single speed? is the axle too thick? quick release? etc etc...

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Hi jenny,

what is the brand and model of your frame and your rear wheel assembly?usual fitting is better made with the bike mounted upside down, letting gravity make the balancing. but this is possible to most mountain bike, not most road bikes.

looking forward to your reply.

regards,

voodoo

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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