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Lift up back. End and hit the wheel on each end where rod goes threw use the wheel too. Push the pressure fit washer use a long punch with tap around the end or use a rag so u don't mark. The wheel up good lucl
Old question but I just needed the answer and figured it out. On one side of the wheel there is a disc with two arrows, line this arrows up with the arrows on the wheel and push the disc into the wheel until it clicks into place. Pull it out to convert back to a stroller.
the abs stays on
because it is a trike not a bike
ie: the abs is there to detect 2 wheels
it now has 3 wheels and two brakes that are not standard
the preload adjuster
i do not know what you mean by this
as we do not get this sort of gadget in the uk and the translation may be different
is it on the braking side or the acceleration side
This comes up frequently. In my tips and tricks page is a link to the www.schwinn.com instruction manual download page. But they are most likely the same instructions you have already got. There are no other specific instructions for building.
So what is the best method of assembly? Not much beyond taking the project to your local bike shop and having them assemble it, Fees vary on this but it is the most effective method to make sure the bike/ trike is assembled correctly and safe to operate. Or you can find a friend that has some mechanical knowledge and maybe even owns one and can help.
Poor instructions are the norm, sorry. If you get the majority of the bike together you can post specific questions along the way and the community may be able to help solve that specific issue.
Take a little trip to www.schwinn.com They have instruction manuals, videos and most importantly a customer service line with someone that can walk you through their specific product.
It should not be that difficult for someone who is not a novice to put the trikes together, something is definitely wrong. Double check on the schwinn site that you have the correct assembly manual and parts list. You still have time, don't panic yet.