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My son has the Hummer H20 bicycle and the rear brake is broken the wiring completely came out from were you apply the brake on the handle bar.

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The silver bolt on the neck behind the handlebars. Losen it off a few turns, and the entire stem can be raised and lowered. Be sure not to raise it too much, should be a minimum mark, or else leave a good inch or two still in the frame, and tighten it back up. Make sure it's aligned with the front wheel though!

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If the screw is all the way tight and still slipping ... try to find a fatter part of the handle bar to mount the grip to. You will probably will not find any such that is convenient for you to continue to use the brake ... remove the grip, wrap some electrical tape around the handle bar, reattach the grip. Tighten it and give it a try.

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