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Bikes do not come with assembly instructions, as assembly includes adjustment of various parts, not just installing pedals, seat etc. Said adjustment may require specialized tools and definitely requires proper knowledge or instruction. The best option if you cannot afford to have a bike shop assemble it is to see if there is a bike co-op in your area - link: Community Bicycle Organizations They will be able to assist you and will have the proper tools. Otherwise you would have to look up the procedure for each item (adjust brakes, adjust front/rear derailleur, adjust hubs, etc.). Best sites for doing so are: Repair Help and Education Sheldon Brown Bicycle Technical Information I see you asked previously about surrey assembly. As you still provide no details about make/model the above info is the best available advice.
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KB901 Lil' Rider FX 3 Wheel Battery Powered Bike Instructional Video .... Why does the right wheel keep sliding off the tire gear, leaving it free-wheeling? ... WORST piece of trash I've ever triedto assemble! congrats groupon, you ... axle through, this will keep the axle and motor and drive gear fitting tight.
"Before riding the Stowabike for the first time you have to assemble the the handlebars, front wheel, pedals and the back rack. All the instructions how to exactly put everything together will be delivered with the Stowabike." See more assembly info in the link below, where the above text originated. Stowabike 20 City Bike Compact Folding Bike What's most important is the adjustment done once the bike is put together. For safety and proper operation the brakes and derailleurs (shift system) need to be properly adjusted, and sometimes the hub bearings as well. You may want to have a bike shop assemble it, or see if your community has a bike co-op, where you can use their tools and get help.
steps required to remove and replace indicator switch assembly.
1.disconnect the battery earth lead.
2.from the rear of the steering wheel remove the screws retaining the horn pad..
3.lift the horn assembly away from the steering wheel far enough to remove wiring.
4.Once that is done then move to the next step.
5.Remove the locknut and steering wheel nut .
6.then mark the end of the steering shaft and the steering wheel to correctly relocate and install in same position.
7.then with the correct tool remove the steering wheel from shaft.
8.then once the steering wheel is removed you can then move on to removing the lower steering column cover screw and then remove cover.
9.disconnect the wiring from the multi point connector under instrument panel.
10.release and free wiring harness.
11.unscrew and remove the hazard switch knob.
12.remove the dipper-wiper switch securing screw and manoeurve the switch upwards.guiding the wiring through the column.
13.you will actual find there are 3 phillip head screws securing the switch to lever switch to the combination switch.
14.when putting this assembly back to together just follow these steps in reverse..
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It ain't rocket science. Have the dealer put acid in the battery so it is ready to go into the frame pocket. It should come out of the crate with the rear wheel already mounted. The controls on the handlebars should already be mounted as well. Put the handlebars in position and bolt them in place. Put a box, or whatever you have, underneath the frame to get the front forks higher than the axle on the front wheel. Now put the front wheel assembly in place and insert the front axle. Add the washers and nut and tighten the nut. If the bike has headlights, remove the glass bulb assembly and hook up all the wires. Match the color coded wires; Black to black, blue/white to blue/white, green to green and so on. Mount the shift and rear brake levers if not already mounted. Ad fenders and turn signals and whatever else needs mounting. Install the battery, red wire to the positive battery terminal, black wire to the negative terminal. Now put some gas in the tank and turn on the gas petcock at the bottom of the gas tank. Note; some bikes do not have an actual valve for the gas. Turn the key on and watch for smoke from the wiring. If you hook the wires up wrong they can burn. If all is well, ( relax, all should be well ), go ahead and kick start the engine. Again, watch for anything odd. Now re-mount the headlight assembly and go for a test ride. Adjust the clutch and brake levers as needed. All done! You may want to ride over to the dealers and let them look at it just to be sure all looks okay.