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I need a replacement training wheel for a 10 bike model # 8510-65TAR

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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)

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Bought a 16 inch rosebud girls bike. No kickstand was in the box. Are you suppose to lay it down when u are through riding?


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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I bought bell trianing wheels and i have no idea how to attach them to the bike they did not come with any instructions


Unbolt the bolts on the rear wheel (pay attention to approximately the amount of torque to remove the bolts). Slide on the legs with a hole on one end and a curved end to fit the frame. Slide on the training wheels so the training wheel sticks out and is at an appropriate height for the bike. replace bolts with approximately the same torque as before. Also make sure the tire is seated as far back in the frame as possible to keep tension on the chain.

Jul 14, 2011 | Cycling

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How do I remove the training wheels?


You will need either an adjustable wrench, a socket of the right size, or a box end wrench of the right size
(If you read through this and still don't feel like you're up for it, your local bike shop will be more than happy to do it - and it will either be really cheap or free)
The bolt you need to loosen is on the back wheel where the training wheel meets the bike. Find the right size tool for the job.
Grab the back wheel and try to wobble it side to side, then remember how much give there is so your end result gives the same feel.
You may need a second wrench to place on the nut/s between the frame and the hub to prevent this from turning, though it will probably only be needed for tightening everything after you're done.
-Start on 1 side (doesn't matter which one) and loosen the outside bolt with your wrench/socket
You will need to remove it completely to take the training wheel off of that side.
-Slide training wheel off and hand-thread the bolt back on, not tight yet.
-Do the same for the other side, both training wheels should be removed at this point.
It may help to have someone else for this next part
-Pull the back wheel as far back as it will go, don't kill yourself, but make sure the chain won't slip off because it's too lose. Make sure the wheel is aligned with the bike frame, not twisted, otherwise it will loosen on its own
-Tighten one bolt on the outside down onto the frame. This is where you might need to use a second wrench to keep the hub from rotating. Don't turn the nuts on the axle in the area inside the frame (between the frame and the wheel) as they should be tightened correctly, instead just hold them steady while you tighten the outside nut onto the frame. If that wasn't clear, you're pinching the frame between the nuts inside, which you never moved, and the nut outside the frame, which you removed to take the training wheel off.
-Repeat for the other side while still maintaining tension on the chain.
-You should be done, check to see if the wheel can wobble side to side and compare to your earlier result. If it moves too much, continue tightening outside bolts (both sides until they're good and tight)

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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.

If you have any realistic expectation of maintaining a racing speed in a triathlon you're going to need a relatively aerodynamic position. Get a clip-on aerobar and train until it feels like a position you can maintain indefinitely.

I'd stop messing with the geometry of this bike and get a true racing bike with an aero-bar.

Feb 13, 2011 | Scott Sportster P4

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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.

Dec 27, 2010 | Dynacraft Cycling

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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

Dec 20, 2010 | Dynacraft Girls 16" Barbie Bike

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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.

Dec 18, 2010 | Cycling

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


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

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