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How do i put handle bars on the fork or remove cap on the fork to assemble a schwinn midmoor 700

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'Not right'??? You can find answers to most 'how-to' questions with simple web searches. Schwinnbikes.com has basic generic manuals.

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Where you inserted the handle bars into the bearing assembly on the frame there is a fork clamp you had to tighten to secure the handle bars and front fork. Loosen this and you should be able to disassemble the front end. While reassembling be sure the you line up the notches on the fork with the grooves in the bearing assembly and that the handle bars are properly aligned before tightening the fork clamp.

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Your triple clamps are the best vice for your fork tubes. Put your bike on the center stand and lift the front wheel off the ground with a jack. Take off your front wheel and loosen the socket caps in the bottom of the tubes. ( you may want to remove the front fender to work on tubes individually) On some models you have to put a towel on the tank, unbolt the handle bars, and move the bars enough to get them out of the way. Unbolt air crossover tube if equipped. Loosen fork top caps and remove. Place a pan under the forks and remove the socket screws. This will dump the oil and allow you to remove the fork lowers. You may need a seal pry bar to remove seals. Installation is reverse order . Add oil after snugging up socket screws ( tighten after top caps are on). Do not to over fill fork tubes with oil it will damage the fork sliders while you ride. The dealer can tell you the correct amount for your model. Honda dealers have pocket size specification books they get quick check the information.

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Looking for advice on Schwinn Midmoor bike?


I could not find a weight limit specified anywhere, but it is designated as a man's bike and that should cover up to at least 250 pounds. However, the reviews state things like flimsy, and recommended for light (500 miles a year) riding. 240 pounds will probably stress it quite a bit. You might want to look for something more sturdy. If price is a consideration try craigslist for a used electric or hybred.

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I have a Schwinn Midmoor Hybrid bike. The problem is I think, with my suspension. When my bike is at a standstill and I turn the handlebars, there is a slight knocking when I turn it to the left. It steers...


You need to replace the headset bearings. Very simple job but you will need some grease.

Undo the brake lines from the levers and remove handle bars from the stem and set aside. Undo the top bolt on the stem, this will loosen it and pull it out of the headset.

Use a large jaw spanner to undo the headset locking top nut. Remove that and the washer, until you see the ball bearing race.

Remove and check for damage. If any balls are missing or are crushed/damaged, you need a new set. Clean the headset area of old grease and refit with plenty of thick grease.

Refit all of the parts and refit handle bars.

Vote for me if this helps you. Thanks! :)

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Front bearings


There is usually a nut just below the stem, at least
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Have a look at this site:http://www.parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=105 You'll need at least one cone wrench as they are thinner. A number 15 if I remember correctly.

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