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My bikes handlebar is coming out on the left side. I don't really know anything about bikes so I need help. (Its a 26" Huffy Mountain Bike)


On the steering stem were the handle bars go through there will be a clamp. This clamp will have one, two or four bolts tht clamp the handle bar.
Depending on the type of bolt used on your bike you will need a ring, socket or allen wrench. Loosen these bolts of about two turns anti clockwise and center your bars and then tighten the bolts.

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well i would find out what size it is, then head down to the industrial store and by a tap and dye set it comes with various sizes and the handle. tap it out and give it a try. if still to loose then wrap it up with a little tape. now if its real bad just buy a new crank.

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Tighten the bolt that is in the center of the handlebar piece. As well as the nuts/bolts on the lower part of the shaft that comes up and connects to the handle bars. Hard to explain. But just align things right, and tighten everything up on the entire wheel/handlebar assembly.

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I am trying to assemble my bike, Huffy Ladies' Savannah Road Bike and don't have full instructions in the manual how many inches is Huffy Ladies' Savannah Road Bike ? 24" or 26"


The only Savannah bike that Huffy lists is a 26" (700C Wheels) mountain bike. Some details are available here: http://www.huffy.com/Products/Product.aspx?pid=380'5'16 . Huffy has the assembly instructions available on their site: http://www.huffy.com/Support/BikeAssembly.aspx . The direct link to the manual is: http://www.huffy.com/ExternalLink.aspx?url=/pdf/ownersmanuals/b5cdef6e-94bb-4bfb-9996-832637c144b8.pdf .

I hope this helps. If you have a different Huffy bicycle, start here: http://www.huffy.com/Default.aspx .

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You need to loosen the front bolt that holds the handle bars to the front wheel raise it to your desired position and then tighten it again, making sure that the handle bars are at the position you desire them. This will lock them in place so you can ride your bike and not let them fall back down deeper into the front wheel shaft.

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I cant the handlebars to turnh the wheel doesnt seem to grasp am i missing a part


Tighten the 7/16 inch bolt that goes down into the neck where the front wheel attaches to the frame.

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How do i raise the handlebars?


There are two bolts in the center of the handle-bars. One bolt (on some bikes this is actually 4 bolts) is used to clamp the handle-bars to the handle-bar-stem. You can see both ends of this bolt. If you loosen it, you can tip the handle-bars up and down, but not raise them. The other bolt you can only see the head of. Loosen this a couple of turns (don't unscrew it all the way) then give it a tap with a hammer. You will then be able to pull the handle-bar-stem completely out. Do this so that you can see the wedge-shaped nut at the other end of the bolt. You should also see a mark on the stem that indicates how high you can safely raise the stem. Put the stem back in to the desired height and tighten it back up. Good luck.

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