Question about Cycling
Show me to install training wheels
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
I exchangedBell Kidz street trainerz traing wheels pink. Toysrus can not believe how this was made. Here is the issue: The piece that is supposed to go UNDER the hollowed out brace on the inside, does not fit there. It fits on top of the brace with the **** that are supposed to fit into the **** in the bike structure to stablize it juts out for a leg to get cut on. installation picture,was just emailed to me, shows it under the brace jutting out- in fact, it does not fit under it, it only fits on top of it and the metal legs that should stabize it are on the wrong side. l So not only is it made *** end backwards it also does not fit in the correct spot . a bike person and Toys R us and the manager Mary witnessed and agrees with this. I believe this needs to be recalled, not sold in any stores and more safety and quality product control and testing done at the manufacturer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Installing is easy if you take a look at the inside of the package! There are two nuts and a few washers on the screw that is used to hold the actual wheel. Make sure that you do not overtighten the first nut otherwise the wheel will not rotate freely. They appear sturdy enough. Only time will tell how much they will last!
Here is how to do the install:
1) Place the axle bolt through the wheel.
2) Thread one of the nuts on the axle bolt until it stops (use a flat washer here).
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.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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