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Just picked up my bike from Walmart. They installed the seat wrong. The stirrup part is pointing straight up. Can't even sit on it.

Can I easily fix it myself? Don't want to get hurt if it is not fixed right.

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Loosen the adjustment nut, and place into correct position.
Otherwise, take it right back and have them make the proper adjustment, free of charge - don't forget to take proof of payment / receipt.

Posted on Apr 10, 2015

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