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What is the wrench size i need to tighten handle bars on a jeep FT 4,0 boys bike

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There are nuts or allen bolts for both the stem and the bars. They are almost certainly a metric size, but hard to say what unless one has the same bike. My guess would be a 12mm hex, plus or minus, or a 6mm allen, again plus or minus. Get a metric hex/allen set and see what fits.

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Manual Locking Hub - Removal and Installation
REMOVAL & INSTALLATIONSee Figures 1 through 11

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Fig. 1: Exploded view of the free wheeling hub


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Fig. 2: Turn the handle with your hand to the free position


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Fig. 3: Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock

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Fig. 4: With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts

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Fig. 5: Pull the cover off

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Fig. 6: Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...


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Fig. 7: ... then remove the center bolt and washer

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Fig. 8: Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers

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Fig. 9: Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends ...


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Fig. 10: ... then remove the cone washers

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Fig. 11: The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets

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Fig 1.Exploded view of the Free Wheeling Hub


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Fig. 2 Turn the handle by hand to the "FREE" position


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Fig. 3: Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock.


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Fig. 4 With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts.


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Fig. 5 Pull the cover off.


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Fig. 6 Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...


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Fig. 7 ...then remove the center bolt and washer


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Fig. 8 Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers.


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Fig. 9 Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends.


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Fig. 10 ... then remove the cone washers


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Fig. 11 The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets.

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Exploded view of the free wheeling hub
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Turn the handle with your hand to the free position
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Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock

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With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts

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... then remove the center bolt and washer

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Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends ...
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... then remove the cone washers

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The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets

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