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Childs bicycle needs new rear axle. How do I re assemble the axle and wheel?

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SOURCE: Bicycle Rear Wheel Problem

Tighten the two pinion gear bolts that are holding the rear wheel, if the wheel is wobbling, then that is the problem.

If this does not fix the problem, you will probably better buy a new wheel, or replace the whole pinion gear and axis assembly, better to replace the wheel.

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SOURCE: adjust rear hand brake on Mongoose 20 inch bicycle

Here is the perfect site for you:http://www.bikeguide.org/how-to/brakes/brakes.php They're called gyro brakes by the way.

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SOURCE: Front wheel touches the frame and touches the pedals when I turn.

the front forks as facing the wrong way, loosen the handle bar head stem and turn the wheel and forks 1180 degrees

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SOURCE: I have a Mongoose Dual

It's prabably easier to buy a whole new hub. And for ablout another $20 you get a whole new tire. You should do that. Have a bike shop do it because it can be tricky.

Posted on Jul 24, 2011

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Check your nuts that hold the "guts" into the center of the bike rear wheel.
Sometimes when they are too tight it causes the problem you are talking about.
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Once you have the rear wheel assembly removed from the bike, hold the axle and rotate the wheel, it should spin easy, if it spins rough or not at all, then loosen the nuts.
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Somone else had a good answer:

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100311194216AA1phl1

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You really shouldn't be doing this unless you are able to work this out yourself, but in the interest of safety, here's how to do it:

Each stabilizer "side" has a wheel, an axle bolt, 2 nuts, and the frame. This means that in total you should have 2 wheels, 2 axle bolts, 4 nuts, and 2 frames. There may be some star washers as well.

1) Place the axle bolt through the wheel.
2) Thread one of the nuts on the axle bolt until it stops.
3) Put the axle through the frame. If there is a round washer, place it over the axle bolt next.
4) If there is a lockwasher, place it over the axle bolt.
5) Thread the other nut onto the axle bolt, then while holding the first nut, tighten the second one.
6) Install the assembly onto the bicycle.

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