Question about Huffy Cycling
First of all don't at all use the bicycle till wobbling gets fixed. I've seen one case in which the front handle to wheel support was loose and gave way while riding the rider fall forward and the result was smashed testicles. In rare cases only it's broken or cracked most of the time just the frame gets loose it is screwed with 3 screws two in the wheel and one on top center of the handle so these 3 needs to be tightened. In some cases when the wheel is not aligned then also one gets a feeling of wobbling of handle so check the alignment of the wheel also.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
Hello. Do not ride this bicycle until that part is fixed. Usually, when that part is wobbling, the frame is broken and needs to be welded. Any welding shop in the yellow pages can do this simple weld. Joe
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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. It seems as though your line bearings inside the wheel need to be changed. To do this you should: Use an Allen wrench to remove the axle from the front wheel. Pull out the front wheel. Remove the old bearings from either side of the wheel. They should pop right off if you use a bolt or something similar. Place new bearings on either side of the wheel. If necessary, use a flat surface for extra leverage. Place the wheel in the wheel frame. Use the Allen wrench to replace the axle. If your spacer is aluminium, tighten the axle bolts as far as they will go. If your spacer is plastic, tighten the bolts as far as they will go, then loosen them slightly. Spin the wheel to see how easily it rolls. If it doesn't spin freely, loosen the axle. If it wobbles, tighten the axle. Repeat the steps for the remaining wheels.
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