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Front gooseneck How to put together. From the forks to the handlebars. With the brakes hook up. 20 inch bicycle.

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There is a single central connection to the handlebars This is called the "gooseneck". (Ther handlebars slide through the goosenect and then the gooseneck is tightened to hold the handlebars. The connector to tighten is in the front (so you do not get "injured" if you have a collison). Loosten the connector (it may be allen, or perhaps hex nut.). Raise or adjust the handlebars, then tighten. Make sure it is really tight (do not strip the threads). The handlebar has serrations to lock on to the gooseneck so the handlebar - gooseneck bolt will have to be loosened quite a bit to allow the serrations to "jump" to the next serration.

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where the bars meet the gooseneck (the part that goes down into the frame ) there is a bolt, Tighten it. If it still does the same thing... you need a new gooseneck because it is probably stripped.

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The gooseneck, which is the piece that attaches directly to the handlebars.
If you look at it, you will see It has one bolt that doesn't clamp the bars to it. Tightening that bol will keep make yout handlebars stay aligned with your forks.

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Depending on how old your bike is there is an allen head or a nut at the top of your handlebar that when adjusted properly tightens the stem of the handle bar. You just have to tighten it down. Most use metric allen wrenches or sockets.

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Loosen both nuts on front wheel.
Stand bike straight up, or set bike upside down on seat and handlebars.
With fingers on fork and thumb on wheel, pull wheel so it is centered on fork.

Now tighten one nut part way. Keep holding wheel.
You may need somebody to help.
Then tighten other nut.
Go back to fist nut and tighten a bit more.
Repeat back and forth tightening until nuts are tight and wheel is in center of fork.

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Hi in the headset there is a ballbearing set for the top and bottom. Insert fork through position. From the top you can slide the handlebar over the extension. Make sure that you align correctly. Then fasten with the allen key.

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Firstly, remove the centre lock nut on the stem. This loosens the stem/headset. Pull the handlebars up and rest them next to the front wheel, make sure the brake cables aren't being stretched too much.

You'll see there is a locknut on the headset (at the top of the frame/top tube where you pulled the stem from) and loosen this (might need a massive spanner!).

Pull offthe toppart of the headset, ball races and lower part. Replace with the gyro bottom and top parts. Grease the ball bearing if they aren't already!

Slide it together, fit the stem and you'll notice the brake lines that come with it. Undo the rear brake, run the splitter cable from the front lever to the top half of the gyro, same with the bottom half. I found putting some padded stickytape on the bars helped here as the splitter cable would 'ting' off the bars.

Undo the front brake and run it through the stem hole, through the forks and cable tie it to one fork leg.

Test the brakes, adjust where necessary and on you go pulling bar-spins for fun. Please don't land a jump with the bars half spun, it hurts....a lot!!

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When you undo the bolt in the gooseneck do not remove it completely. Instead loosen a little then strike down on the head to release the wedge. If it doest work try backing out more and repeating. You should be able to twist the handlebars side to side while pulling up to remove from forks. The forks can now be removed by loosening the large retainer nut, slotted washer and the bearing come nut.

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When you try to put the wheel in, is it getting caught on the brake, if it is, the brake caliper unhooks from the cable

Are the forks bent, you can tell because if one of the fork legs line up with one side but not the other then the chance are that the forks have been bent somehow.

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