Question about Dahon 7 Speed Folding Bike
Construct shims from aluminum (soda / cola) cans with scissors. Be careful not to cut yourself, sheared aluminum is very sharp. After you have cut a wide strip of aluminum, wrap it around the handlebar and put it between the handlebar and the clamps. This will increase the diameter of the handlebar and allow your clips to exert more pressure on the handlebars making them tighter. Try not to leave any aluminum exposed after fixing it; it's sharp.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Break_2_fix seems to be addressing a different question. The original question is about the "wobble" at the handlebar fold joint. The question has nothing to do with the diameter of the handlebar.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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