Question about Magna Cycling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the cable is rusty or otherwise binding it won't let the derailleur fall toward the smaller sprockets when the control is moved. Likewise, it may not even let you move the control in the direction that pulls the cable (bigger rings).
If you don't know much about the process I suggest you read this:
and take the bike to a Local Bike Shop for a look-see and maybe a tune-up.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
You have to look if when you act on the shifting level it get hard to move or it is free, if free, probably the cable is broken.
Also check if the cable is not too loose, try to follow the cable track and move the level and see if the cable move with that, in that way probably can find where the cable is stuck or broken/loose.
Posted on May 18, 2010
If a single speed bike loosen the rear wheel and pull it back away from the pedals to get the chain tighter
If it has multi gears the arm hanging down has a ser screw that will need to be adjusted to align the chain to stop at the last gear
Posted on May 22, 2010
Since you don't specify the make or model a manual is not likely to be recommended for you. However, gears adjustments are sort of generic within limits. Try this link and find your shifters...
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
SOURCE: Chain Broke on a Huffy
if the bike has gears it does not have a master link, that is for single speed bikes only.
You will need an 8spd chain for your bike (1/2" x 3/32), these will fit any 6,7 or 8 spd bike. This requires a special tool to install ($8-$25), I would recommend taking into a bike shop and have them do it if you have no experience with this type of chain.
Side note: if you do own the tool, you can repair a broken chain for a temporary fix in the future, so may be worth buying. Check around, many bike shops offer basic repair classes and cover this.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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