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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st thing u will need a Combination Wrench the ones that dont adjust & has another hole at the end, size *dont know* most are diff, get one that fits on the pedle, an if its old an kinda rusted u will need to beat the nutt untill it cracks the rust an comes off, if its newer it wil be 10times easyer, most peldels when u think ur losing them, ur acully tightining it, once that is off, u will need a flathead screw driver, there will be a nutt that has 2 slots witch u put the flat head in the grove, an it will spin an aventully come off after 20mins lol, try not to smash ur fingers in the process *dosnt feel too good*
then once u removed the pedles all of the nutts holding the crank on, u will slid it out and its off, and do the same at puting on the new frame,
feel free to ask anymore questions
hope thats helpfull
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I would need to know the model number of the Gomier but this might help. Go to www.rayosbike.com/manual.php Hope this helps you and Good Luck!!!
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
For the owners manual you need to call pacific cycles at 800-626-2811, they will mail you one, they are also re-writing it and will have a new one out in January 2011. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
SOURCE: My Schwinn adult tricycle's rear
Buy a standard 7-speed chain and a chain tool and cut it to length.
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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