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I have this Next PX 6.0 men's bike. The wheels are disassembled from the frame. I can only order parts online. Can someone help me identify what size bolts and screws I will need?

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There's no way to tell what you need from that photo, and putting a bike together is more than having the right parts. They have to be put on and adjusted properly. Look in Craigslist for people who fix bikes if you have no local shop, or find someone who is a bike enthusiast to help you. If you have a Walmart nearby check with them, as they used to sell them.

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SOURCE: I have Next PX 6.0 Mountain Bike that has a missing connector bolt/nut that is located above paddle/crankshaft and connects front with back of this bike.I need to know the name and size of this part?

I don't know the name of the part, and it's going to be very difficult to ID the part over the Internet. That is a bike that sells for under $100, and therefore unusual OEM parts would be very hard to find. Take to a bike shop to see if they can suggest a fix.
NOTE: The bikes are distributed by Dynacraft, which has been the subject of suits and settlements due to serious fork and frame problems. Dynacraft BSC Inc

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