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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear wheel huffy bicycle
If you are talking about the plastic disk that attaches to your spokes, this is one of those parts that looks nice on the bike, but is not 100% necessary for safe operation of the bike. This disk is used to protect the chain from falling in-between the spokes and the gears.
If you need to reattach this, this should snap into the spokes without issue. If the clips that hold it are broken (as they often become) you can either learn to live with it, or take it to a bike shop to get the gear cassette removed and the part replaced. This is one of those cases where the tool you will need is more expensive than the part you will be replacing, so in my humble opinion, it is not worth the expense.
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Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Bike pedals can be a little tricky, but most likely for that bike you will need a 9/16's wrench. There should be some flat surfaces inboard of the pedals between the crank arm (the long arm that you screw the pedals into). Now, here's the hard part - the R pedal is normally threaded, but the L pedal is reversed. The easiest way to remember which way to turn the wrench is to stand behind the rear wheel and you will always pull the wrench towards you to loosen. Depending on how long the pedals have been on, they might be pretty tough to get off. You could use some penetrating spray (like Liquid Wrench) and let that sit for awhile. Also, once you get the pedals off, remember to put a little grease on the threads so that next time they won't be so tough!.
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: Chain Broke on a Huffy
if the bike has gears it does not have a master link, that is for single speed bikes only.
You will need an 8spd chain for your bike (1/2" x 3/32), these will fit any 6,7 or 8 spd bike. This requires a special tool to install ($8-$25), I would recommend taking into a bike shop and have them do it if you have no experience with this type of chain.
Side note: if you do own the tool, you can repair a broken chain for a temporary fix in the future, so may be worth buying. Check around, many bike shops offer basic repair classes and cover this.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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