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How do I remove front forks

I have a 1978 Schwinn World Sport, and I need to remove the front forks & handlebars. How do I proceed through this?

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If your bike is older it might have a quill stem.To raise this you have to undo the allen key headed bolt situated where the bar & stem attach to the bike.It is often obscured by a plastic plug to prevent water rusting the bolt head.If this doesn't go high enough an adjustable quill stem must be fitted.
If you have the modern design of stem(A-head)you will have to replace the stem with an adjustable type which can be set upto 60 degrees.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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Hi in the headset there is a ballbearing set for the top and bottom. Insert fork through position. From the top you can slide the handlebar over the extension. Make sure that you align correctly. Then fasten with the allen key.

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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Stand the bike on seat and handlebars.
Have somebody steady the bike.
Bend the forks outward with both hands as you lower wheel into place.

Posted on Dec 25, 2010

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You mean somebody stepped on it in the crate? Give it a pull apart while stepping on it, make it fit, the fork needs to go in between the bearing race and the nut. Make sure the bearings are not tight, not loose either. Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

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Do you have a diagram?

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Without more information , I am more guessing than not . That being said , are the hand grips installed ? Of so , you may need to remove one to get the handlebars installed . If that is not the case , would it be possible to use a flat head screwdriver as a wedge to GENTLY spread the clamp ? ( You have removed the bolt , right ? )
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Yes, that is the serial number, but if you check the front of the head tube (or the Schwinn head badge) where the fork goes through to the handlebars there may be a date code also. See my tip below or just Google "Schwinn serial numbers" (or Schwinn date code) for more info.
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Loosen both nuts on front wheel.
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With fingers on fork and thumb on wheel, pull wheel so it is centered on fork.

Now tighten one nut part way. Keep holding wheel.
You may need somebody to help.
Then tighten other nut.
Go back to fist nut and tighten a bit more.
Repeat back and forth tightening until nuts are tight and wheel is in center of fork.

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Stand the bike on seat and handlebars.
Have somebody steady the bike.
Bend the forks outward with both hands as you lower wheel into place.

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I need help putting together the front forks/handlebar assembly


Hi in the headset there is a ballbearing set for the top and bottom. Insert fork through position. From the top you can slide the handlebar over the extension. Make sure that you align correctly. Then fasten with the allen key.

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