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How do I get the handlebars on the 20" Thomas and Friends bike to lock into the forks? The bottom plug is cogged, but there's nothing for the cogs to fit into.

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SOURCE: Microwave plate doesn't fit on cog?!

I know this is probably DUMB of me to say, But some with this type of turntable arrangement, The ring would only set one way. The ring did not turn, but rather the wheels faced up and rolled with, and supported the turntable.

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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SOURCE: How to time loading arm cogs on VCR?

Most Panasonic VCR use a mechanisms with a letter. For example the NV-HS900 uses a K Deck. What you need to do is type the model number into google and search for which deck it uses. Then with luck you might also find the instructions for setting the deck up correctly. I got the K-Deck one free.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: diamondback rm 20 kids bike. Can you adjust the handlebars?

Yes, there is an allen screw on the top of the stem of the handle bars.....it may also be a bolt with a head on it that can be turned with a socket or cresent wrench.

Loosen the bolt 3 or 4 complete revolutions and then wiggle the bars back and forth from side to side while pulling up. Be careful not to completely remove the screw as the piece that it is connected to will fall off and you will have to remove the bars completely to fix.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Fitting cam chain after replacing piston/rings.

Here's the deal > the chain position on the crankshaft cog makes no difference. No timing is done on that end. The timing is done when mounting the chain on the OHC. Run the piston up to TDC. Put the cam in a position where the cam lobes are pointing downward. Look at the cam gear. There should be two marks on one side of the gear. You should be able to see the marks from the left side of the engine. The cam is in time when the marks are parallel with the top gasket surface of the head and the gear is bolted to the cam. Now you have TDC compression stroke (good). If the cam lobes were pointing upward you would have TDC exhaust stroke (bad). Just to help you a bit in the future, I have a web site below where you can see a parts fitch for your specific bike.

You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part, the part is not in stock.
www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

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Posted on Jun 06, 2009

Anonymous

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This is happening to me too. Did anyone solve this issue? How did yours get fixed? Thanks!

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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Difference between a fixed gear and single speed bicycle?


Single speed bikes are often known as Fixed gear or fixie bikes.
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Mechanically, the difference is so small that you might not spot it even when you are looking for it. It all comes down to the rear hub and how the single cog is connected to the rest of the drivetrain. Single speeds are fitted with a freewheel cog that rotates freely one way but locks up the other. This means that the cog will turn the rear wheel when you pump those pedals, but then freewheel when the rear wheel starts turning faster than the cog - much like a geared bike.

When it comes to Fixies, it has no mechanism on the hub. The cog is fixed into the hub. If the rear wheel turns, the cog turns, and if the cog turns, the pedals turn with that. I admit the difference is not so small, but one that has a huge effect on how a bike rides and requires some consideration before you decide on a bike.
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I'm unable to install the handles bars. It seems the long screw will not reach. Am I missing something?


If you actually mean the handlebar stem (inserted into the fork column) then you may be missing the expander plug at the bottom of the stem. This this link for pictures and an explanation of how the stem tightens. Hands Up Or Down Adjusting Handlebar Stem Height on Your Bicycle It is possible that the expander is inside the fork column and can be removed by turning the bike upside down, pushing it out from the bottom or some other more creative methods. If the expander is nowhere to be found a bike shop or bike co-op can help.

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I have two levers on the right hand side of my bike Dawes c1.1. One on top and one underneath. Gears numbered 1 to 6 Presumably 6 is the rear smallest cog and 1 upper largest cog. Does the bottom...


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I have straightened a large cog with a big screw driver, putting it through the outer part and levering against the inside. The metal of the cog bends quite easily and you need to work carefully, checking and correcting from the appropriate side as you go along. Your friends can stand and marvel at your brilliance, you don't need their help.

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I can't get the handlebars to lock in to the forks, any ideas?


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