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The handle bars keep moving from left to right, how do I stop this from happening.

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Get some super gorrila glue you can buy them in any hardware store there like 5 dollars put some in your hand and rub then in the bars and stem and sticke them together tighten the bolts and wash your hands wait to 1 to 2 days to ride

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There should be a nut at the end of the handlebar stem, where it goes into the bicycle frame. The nut fits around the stem and screws into the frame. Tightening this will solve the problem

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