Question about Schwinn Meridian Adult 26-Inch 3-Wheel Bike
You will need to remove the two bolts and nuts/washers that hold the wheel axel in place. After that you can pull the wheel off the frame with a little force. See the image below where two bolts that hold axel on both side are.
The bolts are square near the end and will go into a square hole or cut out in the bikeframe. Putting these bolts on is a bit difficult at first, but once you have done it, its basically easy.
For the rear wheels, the right side axel is shaped like a "D" (not round) and will only take the corresponding wheel with the "D" axel area. The other rear wheel has only the special bearings for its axel and no "D" area.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
I checked on Amazon, but they are out of stock. Try eBay or your local Schwinn dealer.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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