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WHAT YOU NEED IS A PLASTIC RING THAT FITS THE HOLE ON THE BASE OF BIKE ,SO WHEN YOU SLIDE THE
SEAT DOWN YOU GET MORE SUPPORT WHEN IS TIGHTEN.
D,R,CLAUDIO

Schwinn Cycling | Answered 11 hours ago


CHECK OUT YOU'R CARBURETOR MAYBE THE FLOW OF GAS MAY NOT BE DISTRIBUTING RIGHT,YOU MIGHT NEED
TO REBUILD IT.YOU TRY,D EVERY THING ELSE. BUT THE CARBURETOR,TRY CARBURETOR CLEANER IT COMES IN A CAN SPRAY YOU COULD GO TO AUTO ZONE, MAKE SURE YOU FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.
D,R, CLAUDIO

RTO 47cc / 49cc... | Answered 12 hours ago


INSTEAD OF GIVING THE ASCENT COMPUTER 9 AWAY YOU SHOULD HAVE KEPT IT TO WORK ON YOU'R SECOND COMPUTER FOR PARTS YOU'R DIGGING A DEEPER HOLE.
MY ADVICE IS BRING ASCENT COMPUTER BACK FOR A REFUND OR CREDIT AND START OVER AGAIN.ONE THING YOU CAN DO IS YOU GO ON LINE LIKE YOUTUBE AND ASK
WHAT COMPUTERS HAVE BEST REVIEWS AND TAKE IT FROM THERE....MAKE A PLAN.
D,R.CLAUDIO

Cycling | Answered 20 hours ago


BEST SOLUTION GO TO A GOODWILL MOST OF THE TIME THEY HAVE-
BIKES FROM $10.00 TO $40.00 AND YOU LOOK FOR A BIKE
THAT HAS A GOOD BACK WHEEL AND YOU'LL HAVE EXTRA
PARTS HERE IS A LIST OF PLACES GOODWILL&THRIFT STORE&
SWOPMEET THAT HOW I FIX MY BIKES..
HAPPY HUNTING.
D,R,CLAUDIO

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered 21 hours ago


which vehicle ?

Kent... | Answered 21 hours ago


As much as you can stand. For the first-time mountain bike buyer, the cost of mountain bikes may be a bit shocking. As a general rule, you'll pay the following: Junk hardtail < $300
Light-use hardtail $300-500
Intermediate hardtail $500-800
Race-ready hardtail $800-2,000
Boutique hardtail $2,000+
Junk full-suspension < $800
Light-use full-suspension $800-1,500
Intermediate full-suspension $1,500-2,000
High-end full-suspension $2,000+

Cycling | Answered Yesterday


There could be multiple causes for the front derailleur problem, which I assume means that the chain gets jammed between the derailleur and chainwheels. It is not possible to tell you what it is over the Internet, especially as it could be a combination of factors. You can start to look into it by attempting
Front Derailleur Adjustment. Detach the shift cable and make sure it moves smoothly back and forth as you move the shift lever. If not then the cable needs lubrication or replacement first. How To Replace Road Bike Gear Cable . Once the cable is OK proceed with derailleur positioning and adjustment from start to finish, skipping no steps. If you are not confident following the steps, or the problem continues, you need to get help at a bike co-op or shop.

The rear derailleur problem is most likely due to a sticking shift cable, such that you moved the shift lever but the cable did not move as many gears, until it later slipped to the correct gear. Follow the brake cable procedure above to see if that helps.

p.s. The problem of course has nothing to do with the bike brand/model.

Novara Randonee | Answered 2 days ago


I think you are talking about an electric motor on your bike . If the motor is New you may have a bad throttle switch . You can use an ohm meter to check the throttle switch . Connect the two leads of the ohm meter to the wires of the throttle switch ( dissconected) . As you turn the throttle the ohm reading should coraspond to how much you turn it .

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered 2 days ago


There is no way to set the odometer to a certain reading, can't imagine why one would want to except to impress your friends or for some other less than honest reason.

Cat Eye Mity 3 | Answered on Jan 16, 2018


sounds like its running to rich..carb needs cleaning..check the jets to see if they are blocked

Cycling | Answered on Jan 16, 2018


sora is really low budget componentry...i would chuck it out and get another one

Shimano Cycling | Answered on Jan 16, 2018


If you have already tried (flammable) penetrating oil, you may not want to use heat to expand it. You could try threading the but back onto the cotter key until it is flush with the bolt, so you can tap it lightly without damaging the tip.

Cycling | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


Serial number (or date code): on the head tube (part of the frame where the fork goes through to the handlebars) or head badge (Schwinn label) OR on the left rear dropout (where the left axle to the rear hub slides into the frame) OR under the bottom bracket (where the cranks go through). Once you have a number Google "Schwinn serial number" or "Schwinn date code". HOWEVER, the most it will usually tell you is year (or range) of when it was made, not model, value, etc.

Men's or women's?: If the frame has a tube going from head tube to just below the seat it's a men's.

Value: Depends on condition, age, amount of original equipment, part of the country you are in, size of city you are in. More than likely not worth much.

Upload pics - You would have to take a picture of your bike on a computer or smartphone. Then add another Comment to your post and click on the icon for adding an image (to the left of where you click to save the comment. You then have to click to where the image is stored on your device and choose it to be added to the comment.

For more info on the issue see my Tip: How to determine the year value etc of your bicycle

Schwinn Cycling | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


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Cycling | Answered on Jan 13, 2018


Fixya can be helpful, but have you tried a simple Google search??
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Cycling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018

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