Question about Cycling
The AXLE is balanced in the center of the wheel, and held on by 2 nuts on either side of the wheel.
Remove the wheel from the bicycle and remove ALL of the nuts and washers. You should ONLY have threaded bolt through the center of the wheel.
There are ball bearings in the center that allow the wheel to turn freely.
What you likely did was to break the casing.
Keep track of how you taake it apart, because when you get the new parts, you will have to put it back together.
Of course another option would be to take it to a shop and have them fix it, or get another wheel.
P.S. Please stay in school or use a spell checker, I could barely understand what you were asking.
good luck and don't forget to vote!!!
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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