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How do I take off the front tire of my jubei 2 29'' bike? Do i have to take off the washer and c cliip?

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It probably has a quick release skewer, right?

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Remove the front tire?


Put the bike on a front stand, remove the wheel assembly and use the proper tools to remove and re install the tire after removing the wheel weights and the air from the tire. If you do not have the proper tire tools then remove the wheel/tire and take it to a shop to have the tires switched out. If you do not have the proper stand to allow you to get the front tire off take the bike to a shop and let them do what they are trained for. Either way unless you have a tire balancer you will have to get a shop to balance it for you.

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How to repair front tire


Sounds like you have the bearings in upside down. The flat side faces out. After the bearing comes the outside bearing race ( its cone shaped, small end faces in). Then the keyed washer, then the locknut (the thin one). Make sure the cones are not too tight (this also causes grinding). Plain washer and axle nut (the fat one) go on after its on the bike.

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My sons smart tikes pedals do not move the front tire. The only way to get the bike to move I it is being pushed...? Help please.


Same thing happens today with the bike Radio Flyer Trike 4 in 1. I just opened the red adjustable hub, and found one spring detached, and both springs that control the 2-pawl system of ratchet system very loose. I tensioned both springs but it worked for one day only. Called customer service, provided all the necessary information and they promised a new front wheel. In 3 business days a received, a brand new front wheel with pedals and fork. The pedals are fixed on wheel, and is the best solution from radio Flyer for a Kid who is grown with the bike from 18 months to 36 month, and now at age 3 rides the lovely Radio Flyer like a dare devil. Thank you Radio Flyer.
Having a strong mechanical background, I opened system, both sides of the wheel. To dissemble and repair, I had to remove one pedal on the side of the big white hub. What I found inside was a Ratchet wheel, with rounded teeth, and 2 Pawls totally worn out.
I fixed drilling 4 holes all the way through metallic plate, ratchet wheel, and the hub of the wheel. Inside the hub cavity, I used 4 washers and nuts to secure tight all 4, 3/32 stainless steel screws.
My grandson is very happy and more confident, because now he can move the bike forward, and backwards, and the most important, now he can use the pedals of the front wheel to stop the bike. Which it was a safety flaw by original design of this bike, but solved now by Radio Flyer. The new wheel Red Hub has 2 Positions. 1 PULL TO COAST. 2 PUSH TO PEDAL.
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I have an otero mongoose bike how do i take the front tire off


The front wheel is removed by releasing the quick release located at the bottom of the fork. The tire can be removed by deflating the tire and then levering off the tire itself using a set of special removal tools.

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The pedal hits the tire whilst turning. We just got the bikes and put them together but when you ride and try to turn, the pedal hits the front tire and causes the bike to stop abruptly.


The pedal should not be able to reach the front tire. Sometimes one gets their toes to overlap the front wheel on a racing bike but that's because they have intentionally short wheel base and a steep for angle. Which way is the fork on your bike pointing? It should be angled or curved forward.

Look at the bike icon on this posting for an example.

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Front end slow speed wobble very noticable at 30mph feels ok at higher speeds but sometimes feel at rear end push hitting a bend hard bike bought new and has 53000 miles installed chrome lowers about three...


First off - Did you take the whole front end off to install the lowers? If you did - did you tighten the Main locking washer on the uppper triple tree to the correct specs? You might want to raisee the bike off the ground with a scissor jack under the frame and then with someone holding the bike steady see if you can move the front tire sideways or up and down. This is will tell you if that locking washer is loose or maybe a bad bearing in the front end triple tree

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How do I get the front tire back on my 2006 Honda 250 CRF R?


put the tire on the bike then put the little rod through then tighten everything like bolts washers

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Removing front wheel from harley davidson heritage softail


first take off the brake caliper takes a 10 mm socket..Next jack front of bike up just enough to take pressure off front tire...take off the axle nut lbit more to take pressure off axleock washer and flat washer...Next remove two axle support nuts from the right side of bike 1/2 in socket. now jack bike up a hair more to releave pressure off axle push, hammer with a rubber hammer or what ever it takes to drive it through. jack bike up so it clears fender. Sometimes the tire won't clear the fender bolts if so just release air from tire and it will clear. good luck. Its not hare at all.

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Harley 2004 heritage softail


After lifting, carefully pry calipers back (slightly) just enough so front wheel will spin freely. Remove speedometer cable at wheel (if you have one). Then, put a phillips screwdriver through hole in front axle (this just gives you something to pull the axle out with). Then remove the big axle nut. Then remove the lower axle half-clamps. These are the little nuts on bottom. Some forks only have one, & if this is the case, then use the phillips to pull the axle out sideways while supporting tire. Assembly is the reverse of this procedure.

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93 FXR Rear tire rubs belt guard w/axle centered.


Try just bending the belt guard or removing it and fileing some material off the guard so it does not rub. You may also be able to remedy this by adding washers to the belt guard attach points.

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