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if it has a bolt in the center loosen the bolt a few turns, give it a good rap with a soft hammer to drive the wedge down, lower your bars and retighten making sure the handlebars are straight with the front wheel.

Fuji Cycling | Answered 2 hours ago


Here is the link for front derail...
https://www.amazon.com/SHIMANO-XT-FD-M786-Down-Swing-Derailleur/dp/B007HDMY2U/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=shimano+xt+front+derailleur&qid=1591136571&sr=8-1

Cycling | Answered 2 days ago


http://www.manualagent.com/schwinn/schwinn-470-elliptical/owners-manual/page-4 i no it says page 4 but it gives you the full manual hope this helps you out

Fitness Quest... | Answered on May 06, 2020


This review says rower foot plate can not be adjusted to difference angles.
https://www.exercisereviewsite.com/schwinn-crewmaster-rowing-machine-review/

At below link you can view the owners manual and service manual
https://www.schwinnfitness.com/manuals.html

Adjustment for straps helpful hints May help for straps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8K1ykEGznBs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiJxu-lUX90

Schwinn Cycling | Answered on May 04, 2020


https://www.southshorecyclery.com/product/used-2009-giant-suede-coasting-dx-18-3-speed-cruiser-6459.htm

Giant Cycling | Answered on May 04, 2020


Why do you persistently ask the same question, then criticise those who try to help you ? Perhaps you should learn some manners, or else try moving to a differnt planet - I think Uranus might be suitable.

Bontrager... | Answered on Apr 25, 2020


try manufacturer or online search

Cycling | Answered on Apr 23, 2020


Look for the serial number on the lower head tube (right above the wheel on the front of the bike) for Schwinns produced between 1970 and 1979. Those produced after these dates will usually have a serial number stamped on the bottom bracket shell (the rear axle hanger holding the wheel in place).
https://goneoutdoors.com/identify-schwinn-bicycle-6115826.html


Schwinn Cycling | Answered on Apr 23, 2020


It looks like Dec 2012 to me.

Universal 12... | Answered on Apr 15, 2020


Here are some things the book doesn't tell you:
You have to completely reset the speedometer and lose your odometer to reset the MPH. Hold both buttons for 3 secs to get reset. (Remember to use the left button to walk through the setup process and use the right button to change the settings.) First set the wheel size using Ideluna's settings above on this page (right button to change the setting and left button to go to next number). Next is MPH/KPH, after wheel size setting, push left button again and km flashes. Push right button to change the setting to MI. Next is TIME. Push left button and you'll see the time. Hold down left button till 24hr appears. Push right button to change to 12hr. Then push left button to go to flashing hour. Change with right button. Then left button to go to flashing minute. Right button to change minute, hold down to change minutes fast. Now you are set up. Now the process changes, use the right button to walk through the menu and use the left button to reset. Don't push both buttons anymore unless you want to reset everything again. If you want to reset something just hold the left button down until 0. When you are in SCAN mode, push the right button to go to Time, To go back to SCAN once, hold the right button down - It will scan everything once and return to TIME. To go to ODO, push right button once, push again for DST, push again for MXS, push again for AVS, push again for TM, push again for SCAN to stay in SCAN.

Cycling | Answered on Apr 03, 2020


Hello, dude. Try to look at all the equipment and find the letterings on the surfaces. For example, when I bought my bike, I bought a bottle holder at the same time and this cage can show when the bike was bought. In my opinion, this is a very helpful thing for everyday usage and it can help in the future.

Gary Fisher... | Answered on Mar 17, 2020


The problem is witht he flywheel on the rear wheel assembly. I had mine fixed by a professional last night (at a bike store). Razor uses a very cheap spring that is designed to fail and then to top that off did not use enough bearings as well (12 bearings short out of the factory). My son had also sprayed WD-40 all around the back axle (trying to make it faster). This is bad because, the bearings are packed in grease and WD-40 is a de-greaser. Never get WD-40 anywhere near your back axle!!! Anyway, the flywheel was way easier to remove than I thought. It is threaded onto the rim's axle shaft and just screws off. Once you get the flywheel, off you have to take it apart, fabricate a new spring (my son's new spring came from an old 10 speed's tensioning spring), reset the 3 pawls, repack the bearings, put the flywheel back together, and screw it back onto the wheel. I will post a YouTube video on this later. Hopefully this is enough info to get you started.

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Mar 15, 2020


TO TH REPAIR FORUM ABSOLUTELY NOTHING .

Cycling | Answered on Mar 13, 2020

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