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My diamondback mountain bike brakes need adjustment. the pads sit too close to the rim and rub constantly. how do i adjust the caliper so the wheel turns without interference? is there a document...

For brakes you need an instruction manual or repair book. Brakes are a little too complicated to explain in detail in a simple document. Although the service manuals for the brakes have a decent amount of explanation, they do not outline specific tools and other helpful information.

For the component owners manual you will have to visit that component companies website (ex. Shimano = ( and look under tech documents.

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1. se enreda el hilo abajo y se rompe el hilo de arriba. 2. muy baja tensión del hilo de abajo. está en el límite de ajuste. Ajusté la bobina y mejoró pero sigue con el problema...

Hola! Espero que puedo ayudarle con su problema--pero, como hace mucho tiempo que no escribo en espanol, por favor, tenga paciencia conmigo.
Muchas veces ese problema de enredar el hilo del abajo resulta de la presencia de pequenos pedacitos de hilo en esa zona. Use un pequeno cepillo para saquar toditos.
Generalmente, no hay que adjustar la tension de las canillas (bobina?). Adjuste al punto que hay un poco de tension cuando jale un poco al hilo.
Casi siempre adjustando la tension de arriba solucionara todo.
Use hilos de diferente colors en la canilla (bobina) y arriba. Tambien, es major usar un aguja nueva. Usando un pedacito de su tela normal, empieza a coser. Cosa unos centimetros, y pare para cequear. Siempre adjuste la tension con la pie prensatelas abajo.
Si se ve el hilo de abajo (el del bobina) en la parte superior de la tela, el hilo superior esta demasiado tenso. Gire el equilibador de tension para disminui el numero.
Si el hilo superior esta demasiado flojo, se ve el hilo del bobina en el lado inferior de la tela. En ese caso, hay que amentar el numero.
En todo caso, hay que hacer las correciones lentamente,
Sequn mi guia, se rompe el hilo de la aguja:
1. No esta enhebrado correctamente 2. La tension del hilo de aguja es excesiva. 3. La aguja esta despuntada o doblada 4. La aguja no esta bien colocada. 5. Los hilos de la aguja y del bobino no estan bien colocados debajo del prensatelas al empezar a coser 6. La tela no se ha extraido hacia atras al terminar la costura 7. El hilo es demasiado grueso o fino para la aguja.

Ojala que eso le ayude y que mi espanol no esta demasiado feo.


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