ROL Wheels Cycling - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals

If you mean the noise while coasting, cassettes don't make that ratcheting noise. The pawls in the hub/cassette body do. Changing the cassette will not change the sound.

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I don't have a bicycle nor do I repair bicycles.

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If you shop around there are plenty of styles of handlebar. Might be worth you trying a bar from a dirt bike or some sort of cruiser bike.
Another option could be to tilt your existing bars back a small amount and add a fork stem riser. Sometimes simply raising the handlebar height on the fork top can help.

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With square-taper cranks, the bottom bracket spindle length required is determined by the particular brand/model of crankset.
You can find the specifications online if you do a search using the brand/model of crankset. You will need a crank puller and bottom bracket tools to change it out. The main crankarm bolts should be tight, around 30 ft-lbs of torque.

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try manufacturer or online search

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you have to put the pad in it's 1st possiton then tighten the screws.

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FIXYA doesn't appraise items.

Might try joining a forum for Walther P.38 to ask for assistance.

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Here is the link for front derail...

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Toll-Free / 800-451-KENT (5368)

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It's worth the same as any other bike in the same mechanical and visual condition. It has no significant collectible value.

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This may help you:

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If you have a local cycle shop I suggest you give them a chance because with the state of online sales, if you don't use local businesses they will be lost.

Failing that both ebay and Amazon offer a great many cycle parts...

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Go to the following link and scroll down to the "Threadless Stems" section to see your options:

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you can change the stem with other one, with another angle and reach.

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Actually there is nothing that you can fell like 0

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First, some terminology - the small cogs in the back are the higher gears. They will take you farther per pedal revolution, but not necessarily faster, as it's hard to pedal the high gears as fast.

As far as your problem there are multiple causes. The most common is friction in the shift cable. The rear derailleur shifts to the small cogs with spring pressure when you move the shift lever. It won't move well if the cable is binding. The second commone cause is the derailleur being bent inward from the bike falling on the right side. That will also cause the derailleur to move too far when shifting to the large cog in the rear - a very expensive problem if it goes into the spokes. The least common problem is misadjustment. ALL of the fixes must be done properly. The best option if available is to get help at a bike co-op or from a knowledgable friend. Otherwise take it to a shop for diagnosis and repair.

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Depends on what type of handlebar stem comes on your model. Just Google "raise bike handlebar" and check results for a page that helps you.

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