Question about Huffy Alpine 24 Youth All-Terrain Bicycle
Posted by Anonymous on
There is usually a very small set screw (2-3mm Allen both) that holds the shifter in position on the handle bar. This probably needs to be tightened a little.
Posted on Nov 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is likely because either a) the cable leading from the shifter to the part you are pulling is seized or b) the shifter itself is seized or c) both are seized. You would have to undo the cable from the rear deraileur, pull the inside cable out from the casing from top to bottom. Check it and see if it is rusted or full of crud. Give it a cleaning and spray some light lube down the outer (black) cables, then reinsert the cable. While the cable is undone, it wouldn't hurt to see if you can twist the grip shifters. If they are still tight, then get some lube in the grip shift. Also make sure the rubber grips are not too tight against the shifter. Hope that helps...
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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