Question about Schwinn Original Airdyne
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to replace your freewheel (about $20). I'd advise taking rear wheel to a repair shop, as you'll need a freewheel removal tool (they retail at about $25) and most shops will replace it for free (with their tool) if you buy the part there.
If you pick up the tool, here's the instructions:
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
SOURCE: My son's Schwinn Ranger is
ok well its best decided how to fix it if you can tell me what style of rim and freewheel you have if the freewheel goes all the way to the tip of the axle then its more than likely a cassette style rim and if it appears hollow at the axle end and you can somewhat see inside the freewheel then i would just buy a freewheel cassette for it because in most cases a faulty freewhell body cant be serviced and need replaced when they fail up on you another cause of this is riding in the winter so find out what kind it is and message me back ok ill better inform you of the best possible way to ride happier longer :) this is also a super common problem ok
Posted on May 10, 2011
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