Question about Mongoose MGX Maxim Dual Suspension Mountain Bicycle
You will need a pair of pliers, and a number 10 metric wrench or a hex wrench that fits the nut holding the cable. When its too tight I grab the cable about 1/8" away from the nut and hold it tight. Then I loosen the nut and allow the cable to slide through the nut stopping at the pliers. Still holding the pliers on the cable tighten the nut. Now you can spin the wheel and check for rubbing. If it rubs the rim repeat again. I do 1'8 at a time so I don't get too much slack.
Posted on Mar 16, 2012
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