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No manual came with my mongoose snare from walmart.

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What exactly are you needing instructions for? A bike is just a static frame with a bunch of aftermarket stuff hung on it.


Everything on a bike is found on just about any other brand of bike and the individual components are usually documented at the manufacturers

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I have a mongoose serial number hch GA 13987 can you look up the price for me


I would say you have to be kidding, but I don't think you are. Go on Craigslist and see what people are asking for similar styles of bike (of course you don't know what they actually get). The brand does not matter all that much, and Mongoose is sold at Walmart, so nothing special in general. Another guideline is 1/2 of new price, but varies *greatly* according to mechanical condition and appearance.

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http://knowyourbike.com/mongoose/mischief/2004

http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?year=2004&brand=Mongoose&model=Mischief

And finally the manual

http://www.mongoose.com/usa/manuals-instructions/

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Ya mean BOTTOM BRACKET? Probably something at the low end of Shimano. They don't publish the minutae for their department store bikes.

You could ask Mongoose directly or take it your Local Bike Shop and have them determine the answer (which is recommended in Mongoose's manual if you want service on a 3-piece crankset anyway).

http://www.mongoose.com/usa/usaeng/mtn/man_inst


http://www.mongoose.com/mtn/ask-mongoose

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When I hit the snare drum harder than usual, it is making a different sound. Is that supposed to be?


I believe I have found a good part of the solution to this problem. I also had this problem in the snare. The problem was so severe that, when pulled, the snare support, without giving him any beat, the sound appeared. I took courage and opened the snare.Ao open, I realized that a yellow adhesive used to glue the trigger wire had melted and the other touching the trigger. I think this must have happened at some point prior to my purchase that equipment has been under excessive heat and then drained to such a glue. Simply cut the little wire glue "connected" two triggers, and closed the snare ....... ready: is working perfectly.

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You can not play these drums live the spill of the fold back drum fill bin sets of the snare trigger ive turned down the sens on the red box still doesnt work a big waste of money i need to talk to...


With this kit being acoustic-electric, the only advice I can give is to disconnect your snare trigger and mic the snare. It's either that, or your snare trigger is faulty. A new trigger is going to cost about the same as mics, but mics won't hit your snare, making you sound inexperienced. For miking the snare, you'll want to get two mics, placed on the top and bottom head. Try to position them on the same spot on the rim to avoid voicing problems. Studio drummers do the same thing when recording.

For playing this way live, you'll want to use either the main PA, or run to a separate mixer so you can control the volume of the snare in relation to the rest of the kit.

Hope that helps!

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Every time i hit it anywhere on the front the snares shake, whats wrong?


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