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Where can I buy just the training wheels for a 10 in. bike?

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Your best bet is the store you bought it from or you local bike shop. Try online also.

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when installing the training wheels, check to see if it is put together in this order ....flat washer, training wheel, flat washer, lock washer, nut. I hope this helps. If you are missing any of these you can find them at any auto parts store, Wal-mart, or hardware store such as Lowe's or Home Depot. (Be sure to take the traing wheel and nut to make sure you have the right size)

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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Not practical, as you would need to change far too many parts of the drive train, and the rear wheel, at a significant expense. Two of the gears added would be higher than your current high gear, and therefore of very limited use (no, they will not make you go faster). If you feel you have to have a 10 or 11 speed then sell your bike and buy a good used one.

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Apparently. They come with training wheels so how would they fall over? You could go to a Bike Shop and see if they have small kickstands for it when the training wheels come off. None of MY bikes have kickstands (or training wheels). Teach her to lay it down gently on its left side.

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Dear sir/madam, I am using a Scott Sportster P4 for triathlon trainning but the problem is : the suspension is too heavy. What would you sugest ? I want to replace the suspension for a carbon fork. I am...


The fork's weight is NOT your limitation but its bobbing may alter your spin enough to negate the best effects of pre-race training. I'd definitely ditch the suspension if you ever anticipate having to stand and pedal.

Get a Bike Shop involved in your fork modification as you'll probably have to cut a new one to size anyway.

Static equipment weight is no big deal. Go on a diet. You'll never safely take 10 - 15 lbs off a bike.

Lighter wheels and rider aerodynamics are where sustainable speed is at.

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Hello, I bought my little girl the huffy 12in disney princess bike (blue) already assembled from walmart. she tried to ride it today, but when she pedals the back wheel spins, but the training wheels and...


ONE AT A TIME, loosen the nuts securing the training wheels to the rear axle and slide each one upward a little bit so it float a little bit off the ground when the bike is vertical, then retighten the nut.

As she develops her handling and balance skills she'll need less help from the training wheel. So you can gradually raise them a bit higher as she masters balance and then she'll develop the 'lean' for turning. Ultimately, you remove them entirely.

I hope she's wearing a properly-fitted helmet.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/pedbimot/bike/easystepsweb/index.htm

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20 inch Slumber party bicycle will not accept training wheels? Rear threaded axle is not long enough to allow for training wheels (that i cna find)


Yes you can add training wheels to this bike. The origional axle is too short, however, if you are mechanical enough, you can remove the axle and buy a longer one. I did this for my daughters bike, and for abot 5 dollars you can pick up a longer axle which will accept training wheels. But be warned, there are several bearings and you need to place them back in the correct position or the bike will not work.

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The training wheels won't reach the ground. I loosened them and lowered as much as possible and theare still above the back tire and will not touch the ground at the same time


The training wheels are not meant to be as low as the back wheel. The idea is that the child learns to balance the bike but if it goes over to one side the training wheel touches the ground and stops the bike from falling

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18inch misty girls bike any training wheels available?


Yes, you can use the same training wheels that are intended for 20" wheeled bikes. check with your local bike shop, they should have in stock this time of year. Or you can get on-line of course.

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I bought a set of EZ trainer training wheels at Goodwill for my Granddaughter a couple of months ago. I was going to put them on her bike today but then realized that there was no hardware with it. Only...


Doubtful, There may be a spare parts kit available through a distributor that a bike shop can order for you. And/ or if the particular shop carries alot of childrens bikes then they may have some spare hardware.

Training wheels are the kind of product that is carried as a complete unit, and ordering spare bracket kits which are not much less than the complete kit is generally not worth it to a shop.

Go into your local bike shop and see what they can do for you, Who knows they may have the parts and will install for you as well. Good luck.

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Install training wheels


when installing the training wheels, check to see if it is put together in this order ....flat washer, training wheel, flat washer, lock washer, nut. I hope this helps. If you are missing any of these you can find them at any auto parts store, Wal-mart, or hardware store such as Lowe's or Home Depot. (Be sure to take the traing wheel and nut to make sure you have the right size)

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