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How to take off wheel cover

Need to replace small black motor. Replacement sent by Schwinn. Have outer cover off but can't get inner wheel cover off to reach motor

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SOURCE: Flat tire, S500

The wheel will have to be removed firstly.
Then with something blunt, (like a spoon handle, not too flexible, and smooth,)
carefully pry up the bead of the tyre over the rim of the wheel, now it's easier to take a second lever or spoon handle, and repeat the process, a couple of inches away from the first.
Then you should easily be able to run the smooth lever, around the tyre and rim, to expose the tube.
Then push the valve through the wheel, if neccesary, and remove the tube.
You should also inspect the inside of the tyre, thoroughly, to make sure that there isn't anything in there that shouldn't be.
After you are sure all is well, just reverse the procedure.
Just make sure that the tube does not get 'pinched' between the tyre and wheel.
Hope that helps.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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You might want to try these guys : http://www.scootercatalog.com/tubes.html
They sell a lot of the small tube sizes because they are used with the little electric scooters.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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Any bicycle shop.

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SOURCE: Need to replace crank arm on schwinn medirian 3

any bicycle shop should have chains and be able to assist with other issues.

Posted on Apr 12, 2011

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SOURCE: I need a replacement wheel

Its a regular 26 inch wheel. Just get a replacement, take the old one off and slide the new one on.

Posted on May 04, 2011

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