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Just got this bike it was unassembled. The instruction manual had a different front axle than mine. Mine has the quick release and I can't get the tire tight. I think I am putting the quick release stuff in the wrong order or missing something. The manual that came with it is terrible. Wrong axle, miss spelled words, pictures that you can't even see. Please Help. I just need a picture/drawing of the front axle quick release parts and the proper order. Thanks

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On my tips and tricks page are links to owners manuals for Schwinn and Huffy. they are all the same, Those respective websites with the links have clear instructions on quick releases.

Your quick release has three parts
1. shaft with lever
2. nut
3. springs x 2

Take the lever apart, remove the nut and both springs. install one spring large side onto the shaft all the way up against the lever side, slide the shaft through the hub axle center, install the other spring on the shaft opposite the lever small side facing the hub, then screw on the nut. look to the video for the rest.

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