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I have a DBS bicycle and the rear wheel hub is broken. I understand it is a three speed hub. I have tried several bike repair shops, but none are able to service/repair this. Help!

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You might need to have your wheel replaced. If you take it to a shop they can use your old gears and tire. This well help cut the price. What is the nature of the problem?

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Single speed bikes are often known as Fixed gear or fixie bikes.
But Most people don't know the difference between a fixie and a single speed bike.
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Mechanically, the difference is so small that you might not spot it even when you are looking for it. It all comes down to the rear hub and how the single cog is connected to the rest of the drivetrain. Single speeds are fitted with a freewheel cog that rotates freely one way but locks up the other. This means that the cog will turn the rear wheel when you pump those pedals, but then freewheel when the rear wheel starts turning faster than the cog - much like a geared bike.

When it comes to Fixies, it has no mechanism on the hub. The cog is fixed into the hub. If the rear wheel turns, the cog turns, and if the cog turns, the pedals turn with that. I admit the difference is not so small, but one that has a huge effect on how a bike rides and requires some consideration before you decide on a bike.
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Drive {pedel cog} just turns but will not drive the wheel cog


If a one speed coaster brake the rear hub needs to be overhauled. Take to a bike shop or bike co-op, unless you want to look up, study and follow carefully: Bicycle Coaster Brakes

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How to replace specialized hub


this could be several things, it could be the cassette on the rear hub, this can be replaced. I new cassette body cost's about $25 and up and most bike shops will charge about $15-35 to swap one out.
This could also be a worn out chain skipping on worn out rear cogs. A new chain and cogs is about $40-100 and $20-40 in labor.
Most bike shops can sell you a whole new wheel for about $45-65.

Your Specialized dealer or most any other local bike shop dealer can give you more details. Shop it around as prices do vary. If you want to attempt the repair yourself, it will require about $30-40 in special tools if you don't have them already plus the parts. This type of repair is not very common so it may not be worth the money to invest in your own tools.

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replace the hub with a new one. It requires a special tool that can be obtained by purchasing one online and is cheaper than having a bike shop replace it.

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My daughter has a Schwinn Sidewinder 26" mountain bike. The chain keeps jumping from the rear sprockets to a smaller sprocket under power. I have noticed that the rear sprocket set "wobbles"...


It's loose on the hub. Special tools are required to tighten them. Bike Shops have them and will possibly perform the repair for less than the cost of the tools.

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/categories/cassette-and-freewheel-service

Then check the shifting...

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/categories/derailleur-systems

Word to the wise: don't buy bicycles from anywhere but a professional bicycle shop. Box stores don't usually have the skills for proper assembly, setup or follow-up.

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One speed rear brake needs repaired..Pedal has to rotate almost a complete turn to the rear in order for the brake to stop the bike.


Sounds like a pawl is broken inside the hub. I would take it in and have the hub rebuilt or just buy a new wheel. It depends on what your bike shops charge for labor, parts are not expensive but it is a lot of work. There about 88 little parts in a rear 1 speed hub, so it may make better sense to buy the new wheel.

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How do you use the 21 speeds on the Schwinn ladies coaster bike?


there are 7 cogs on the rear wheel hub; three on the crank hub:
7x3=21 gear change possibilities
large gears move the wheel faster and farther around but, with more effort
small gears move the wheel less distance but, with less effort
i.e. 10 teeth divided by 30 teeth= 3:1 per 360 degree rotation of the bicycle wheel

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If the gears will no longer go back on the bike, I would recommend buying a new wheel (including a new rear hub). It is usually easier and more cost effective to buy a wheel than to replace the hub. To replace the hub (the part that is stripped on your bike) you would also have to remove and replace spokes, etc. Search online for the wheel size you need (probably 26" - you can check the tire size) or take to a reliable bicycle shop and they will gladly help you. Anyway, you need a new hub but probably better off getting a new wheel - much easier.

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