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How do I loosen the chain in a hot wheels bike to loosen the pedals for my kid model 8006-84


you can loosen the chain by loosing both nuts on the back wheel and sliding it ahead a little bit but I do not belive this will fix your problem your son might just be a little to small yet

Feb 24, 2015 | Pedals Cycling

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I need a chain for a 21speed mountain bike it is an older mongoose MGX i dont know what kind or size chain i need can you plz help me out???


Look around for a 7-speed chain. Special tools are involved for 'cutting' it to size so why not just establish a relationship with your Local Bike Shop now?

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

If it's really worn you'll probably also need to replace the cogs and possibly the chainrings. Old drive train parts don't mesh well with new ones.

Use the web to answer common questions.

http://sheldonbrown.com/chains.html

Sep 19, 2011 | Cycling

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How many links should the chain be for proper length on a 26" dual suspensin magna excitor 21 speed mountain bike


That is subject to the individual bike and the sizes of the chainrings and cassette cogs. No simple answer.

You COULD web surf for advice on "how to calculate chain size" on your own.

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/chain-length-sizing

If you avoid cross-chaining you can run a shorter chain. I never go more than one cog beyond the cassette center opposite my chosen front chainring.

Sep 08, 2011 | Cycling

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The chain is broken off the bike We bought a new one but need a diagram of how to weave the chain through Thanks


The chain goes from the top of the front sprocket to the top of the rear sprockets, between the rear sprocket and the top derailleur wheel and then between the upper and lower derailleur wheels. It then goes forward toward the front sprocket. The text sketch below shows the rear sprocket, chain and derailleur.I hope this helps.


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Missing chain guard


If it's new and should have the guard then go and change it,if not from a bike shop buy one.

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Chain Broke on a Huffy Tundra 18 speed 26" bike. I need to know the size chain to replace or the master link/chain connector to fix the chain.


if the bike has gears it does not have a master link, that is for single speed bikes only.

You will need an 8spd chain for your bike (1/2" x 3/32), these will fit any 6,7 or 8 spd bike. This requires a special tool to install ($8-$25), I would recommend taking into a bike shop and have them do it if you have no experience with this type of chain.

Side note: if you do own the tool, you can repair a broken chain for a temporary fix in the future, so may be worth buying. Check around, many bike shops offer basic repair classes and cover this.

Nov 14, 2010 | Huffy Men Mountain Bike (26")

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My chain snapped and I fixed that. But exactly how is the chain threaded through the Shimano rear derailleur? What is the correct path over and under the 2 jockey wheels? I cannot find a diagram that shows...


It will entail taking the chain apart again (known as "breaking" the chain).
The chain feeds UNDER the lower cog on the derailleur, BETWEEN the 2 cogs, and OVER the top one... then BEHIND the gear cluster and back OVER it. Run the other end AROUND the front chainwheels, through the front derailleur and re-connect. You may find it helpful to lay the bike on its side (sprockets up) and have someone hold rear derailleur to keep tension off the chain.e86da85.jpg
Good luck to you.

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My grandsons bike chain broke. Went to the store to buy a new chain. On the back of the package it said I needed a chain rivet extractor and of course, the store didn't carry that tool. How can I fix...


You should go to a bike shop, they can sell you a master link, and keep your own chain. Is your grandson's bike a 1 speed or a multi speed bike, if it is multi then you need a chain tool. Bike shops can do the job cheaper than you can buy the tool and it will be done right. Take the chain back to the store that didn't carry the tool.

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My bike does not seem to shift gears should I be cruising as I shift or should I be pedaling


Your bike must not be the Cruiser pictured - that's a one-speed bike. So here's a general description--- For gear changes on multi-speed bikes, where the chain has to move between different size sprockets, the chain must be moving in order to shift. So, yes, you have to be pedaling, but it works best if you pedal very lightly - so that the chain is moving, but is under very light pressure. On the other hand, if you have a 3-speed bike where the gear changes take place inside the hub of the rear wheel, the wheel should be moving, but the chain should not - so you should be coasting to change gears.

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I insralled training wheels, but now the chain does not move, why?


I'd look for unwanted contact between the hardware attaching the training wheels rear wheel nuts and the chain, wheel, gear or tire.

I suspect a screw is a tad too long.

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