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I need pedal and axel assembly parts to include both pedals and parts inbetween including berrings.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pedals can be purchased in pairs and some road bikes do not come with pedals. They have 2 different axle sizes 9/16" and 1/2". There are road pedals and road clipless pedals.The ones with clips and quick bindings require special biking shoes that the cleats clip into.Quick releases come in various lengths for front and rear wheels depending on what wheel you have. This all means a trip to your local bicycle dealer. They will match the pedals to the axel size you need and the type of riding you will be doing. For a little extra cost they will install them.They will also match you up with the proper length of quick release skewer you will need and show you how to install and tighten it properly.Remember to take your bike and the front wheel. Hope this helps. Good riding.
Posted on May 09, 2009
im certain that model has a 3 piece crank set up. the inner crank bearing jam nut has loosened up or the bearings themselves have gone bad.first check to see if its tight, if it is then it will require a replacement set of bearing that are a pretty standard size to all bikes and can be purchased at nearly every bike shop.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
You need a new crank arm. If you ride with the nut loosened what happens is the square part of the bottom bracket shaft wears the hole out in the aluminum crank and it no longer fits snugly no matter how much you tighten it down.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
I own this particular Old Fashioned bike -lol - its a hardy one thou and I dont think you can find the original book but the book that came with it came from the company Roadmaster Corp. which is now named Roadmaster Industries, Inc - 250 Spring Street NW - Atlanta, Georgia 30303 -- phone number -- (404) 586-9000. I hope this helps ya. My resource came from the website that tells all about the cpy.
So good luck in finding your manual. I am pretty sure that they can help after all they made this bike originally in 1992,
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Hello,you only have to take the peddles off. The right one comes of anti- clockwise, and the left one comes of clockwise. There is a large plastic ring on the cover at the place where the peddle shaft goes in. get a screwdriver into this and prise it of, this will allow enough for the cover to come of. Mines is the same not enough power to pull cable.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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