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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try here:http://www.mongoose.com/usa/eng/bmx/man_inst Most of their manuals are generic. If you have a specific question such as how to set up the brakes, I'll try to help out.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Unhinge the Vbrake at the front, by ushing the arms together and sliding the silver metal pipe out of it's holder. The brkes should release their tension. Undo the front bolt going through the center of the wheel with two spanners.
Don't use one spanner as it turns the opposite side and you'll be there all day.
Lift the bike up and pull the front wheel out away from the forks.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Mongoose Blackcomb.
Impossible to tell you with out seeing the brake.
However, the brake can be repaired. I would suggest taking into your local bike shop so they can assess what is causing the sticking brake, it could be a very simple fix, such as adjusting the spring tension, to a more complicated fix that involves replacing broken parts. Some brake systems do not have available replacement parts and in those cases you would have to replace, but that is less common.
If you can, take off your front wheel and prop the bike up so you can see the brake working while you squeeze the lever, see if the pads move in and out. that is the first step to diagnosis. If they don't return, then look for a round adjustment knob on the side of the brake and see if that moves the pads in or out, if that knob does nothing that is most likely your problem.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
It would be stamped right on the clamp area. Loosen the stem's front face and look. That would only tell you the size of the 'bulge'. Otherwise, measure the dimension you need with a caliper.
Click on the pic of the bars.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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