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Although i am not sure what you are working on, perhaps this may be some help to you: Run your cursor over the area of the bike you are having trouble with and then select it. You will be given a list of topics which you can choose from and get illustrated step-by-step directions on how to repair your bike.

Hope this helps,

Posted on Oct 07, 2009


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