Question about Huffy 26 in. Cranbrook Cruiser Bike
Actually, it would seem something needs to be dislodged from unwanted contact somewhere. LOOK at it. Do the wheels spin freely by hand? WE can't see it.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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Oct 23, 2012 | Cycling
you will need to people
pump up the brakes until you feel something bleed the farthest brake cylinder from the brake pedal first usually with an 8mm ring spanner
(this will depend on type of car, bike or truck) undo it 1/2 turn until the pedal goes all the way down as soon as it does tighten it up you should keep contact with the person on the pedal
Then tighten it back up pump it again until you feel something the unlock again 1/2 turn do this until brake fluid starts to flow out
Then proceed to the next farthest do this until you reached the closest brake cylinder
you should have brakes again
Remember to keep an eye on the master cylinder for brake fluid levels and top up when required
hope this helps
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