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Steering column falls forward . how to prevent.

There is a pivot knuckle located inside rubber boot. This knuckle connects the upper tiller to the steering assembly of the front wheel. There will be a bolt that connects the knuckle. You will need to ensure that is tight along with checking any quick release buttons or levers that allows the tiller to move into different positions.

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Remove front wheel

This is a newer safety feature. Both arms of the fork have cups that recess into the fork. Loosen the quick release and then simultaneously pull both cups out. Pull the wheel down.

Jan 08, 2014 | Giant Trance X2

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I have just bought a new SCHWINN CORONADO WOMAN BIKE and i'm trying to assemble it. The distance between the fork dropoouts is bigger than the front wheel axis. The only possible assembly of the front...

When you tighten the quick-release skewer, the two sides of the fork will be pushed inwards over the axle. So basically, just tighten it up & it should be just fine. If not- take it back to the store you got it from!

Oct 30, 2011 | Schwinn Coronado Women's 26" Alloy Frame...

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I have a neww bike that i have had to assembly myself , on the front wheel it is quick release however there are two nuts on either side of the spindle . Question is do i have to remove these to put the...

The axle is intended to support the bike on the threads.

And if you removed the nuts the carefully adjusted side load on the axle bearings would be sacrificed and they'd eventually fall out.

Mar 07, 2011 | Cycling

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I am assembling a 24 inch girls Traverse bike. Not quite sure how the front wheel goes on the fork! Seems obvious but I got confused when I saw the quick release assembly packaged with the pedals. Not...

The Front Quick release is used on the front wheel, if the axle is hollow. If it has nuts on the outside of the axle then it does not belong to the front wheel.

The front quick release is actually quite easy.

1) Place the front wheel into the forks.
2) unscrew the nob end of the skewer (opposite the handle end)
3) insert the skewer through the axle (from right to left if looking at the front of the bike)
4) Screw back on the nob a few turns.

The actual working of the quick release skewer is a cam (there is an imprinting on the handle that says open and close. make sure the handle has "open" facing out for the next step.

5) Holding the handle in your right hand, turn the nob with your left hand until the unit is almost tight.
6) Test the tightness by flipping the handle from "open" to "close". this is a cam. if you have the correct tightness then it will have some resistance to close the lever but not be difficult. If it is really hard, then back off the nob a little and try again. If it is too easy then tighten the nob a little and try again. After a couple of tries you will get it.
7) final test. Take a finger and try to flip open the lever, if you can't then its good, if you can then go back to step 6.

Dec 12, 2010 | Schwinn Cycling

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Cna't remove front wheel from my giant cypress bicycle

your wheel is either held on by a nut on either side of the fork or a quick release. In the case of the nut, you simply loosen both sides using a wrench and then the wheel will come off (the axle may have rusted to the fork so you may need to "persuade" it a bit with a rubber mallet). If you have a quick release, you unlock the release lever by pulling it towards may also need to then unscrew the nut on the other side before the wheel will release.

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No Rear Quick Release

Some less expensive bikes do not come with quick release skewers. You just unscrew the bolts like you would any other using a wrench or socket. The will probably be really tight so you may need to bear down or use a cheater pipe. Unfortunately, these bolt on wheels tend to be solid axles and cannot take a quick release skewer. You would need to replace the wheel.

May 20, 2010 | Schwinn Miramar Women's 21Speed Bicycle

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Men?s Schwinn 700C Prelude Road Bike Assembly

Pedals can be purchased in pairs and some road bikes do not come with pedals. They have 2 different axle sizes 9/16" and 1/2". There are road pedals and road clipless pedals.The ones with clips and quick bindings require special biking shoes that the cleats clip into.Quick releases come in various lengths for front and rear wheels depending on what wheel you have. This all means a trip to your local bicycle dealer. They will match the pedals to the axel size you need and the type of riding you will be doing. For a little extra cost they will install them.They will also match you up with the proper length of quick release skewer you will need and show you how to install and tighten it properly.Remember to take your bike and the front wheel. Hope this helps. Good riding.

Mar 15, 2009 | Schwinn Midmoor Men's Hybrid Bike

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