Question about Jeep Cycling
Go google and type chain arrangement for derailer operation
regardless of the make any diagram of a derailer will be the same
Posted on Jun 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CHAIN REPLACEMENT
I think I can help. Place one end of the chain over the rear gear (doesn't matter which one, the biggest) and adjust the lever or twist ring on the handlebar so the derailleur lines up in a straight line with it. Pull the chain from the rear sprocket down and over the pivot wheel and back over the bottom wheel so it looks just like this S and the end comes forward. Join the chain links. Place the chain over a couple front teeth and turn the pedal carefully until the chain seats on the front sprocket.
Posted on May 07, 2009
Park Tool's website has a bicycle repair section and it will tell you how to do it. HWOB was trying to help you out; he told you where to get the info. On the Park Tool website, top-right corner of the page is a link to Repair Help. There will be a picture of a bicycle that you can highlight parts on. Click on the FRONT hub and it will show you several options of hubs.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
I assume you are referring to the brake cable. If so, there is a brake lever on each side of the wheel. The driveside lever (the left side as you stand in front of the bike) has a small hinged part with slot cut at one end. On the brake cable itself, there is a curved metal housing thru which the stranded cable runs and then is attached to the brake lever with a pinch bolt. You place this curved metal piece (called the noodle) in the hinged, slotted piece. Then the tension on the cable keeps it all together. You might want to look at sheldonbrown.com for a picture.
Posted on May 20, 2010
SOURCE: i bought a mongoose dxr
Or it could be the dreaded mismatch of new chain with worn drivetrain parts...
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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