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I need to rebuild a Schwinn bicycle crank hub, I need help

Pedals were 'loose' so I took the crank hub assembly apart, ball bearings fell out?! I need to rebuild/replace the whole thing ... if I could get an exploded diagram it would make it easy to order parts, can you help? this is a Schwinn Mountain bike = model Sidewinder 2.6fs serial # 06c18928 / SNMNG can you help?

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