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Where can I find assembly instructions for mt gearsmith 6speed adult tricycle

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This is due to the rotation of the two rear wheels not being exactly the same. This is quite normal and is alleviated by practice. Just let whoever you sell it to know this is the issue and they will soon get over it too.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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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.

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SOURCE: How to assemble Schwinn Adult Tricycle?

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SOURCE: My Schwinn adult tricycle's rear

Buy a standard 7-speed chain and a chain tool and cut it to length.

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SOURCE: What tire pressure is appropriate for an adult tricycle

50 - 60 Psi should do the trick, but check the wall of the tire it should say

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Do you carry adult tricycles?

There ARE adult tricycles, I often see them for sale on Craigslist, however, I have NEVER seen a decent adult tricycle that was cheap. They seem very pricey to me.

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I purchased an electric adult tricycle (e wheels) the bike came 90% complete the front wheel need assembled there were a hook washer ( a washer with a tiny nib/hook that fits into a hole in the bike), and...

  • First off thank you for so much information. It makes me providing a solution so much easier. Now for the trike.

  • The washers are as follows
  1. The washers with the tabs ("hook") will both go on the outside of the frame. If you look there there is a little hole for the tabs on the outside of the fork for them tabs to go into. This is a safety feature should your bolts somehow loosen a tad it keeps your front wheel on.
  2. And the other two washers go against the inside of the fork on either side.
  3. So you will put a regular washer on each side of the shaft.
  4. Then you will place the wheel on the forks.
  5. The you will place a "hooked" washer, one on each side, with the "hooks" facing the forks with the hook falling into each little hole. Now put a nut on each shaft and tighten them well.
  • As for your fuse Radio Shack is gonna be your best bet at getting one that small of size unless you want to go off the internet did you mean 25Amp or .25Amp? You can do an E-bay search or Amazon search and find fuses far cheaper than Radio Shack.
  • As for the fuse location, look under the battery cover and on the wire leading out of there will have a fuse holder inline. Twist it open and install the fuse. Either direction is fine, Makes no difference.
Regards, Tony

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I just bought an adult tricycle and it steers to the left and I cannot control it. Already fell off. What is wrong with it? Also, I heard this is normal for an adult tricycle to veer to one side or the...

This is due to the rotation of the two rear wheels not being exactly the same. This is quite normal and is alleviated by practice. Just let whoever you sell it to know this is the issue and they will soon get over it too.

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