#1
Can anyone find instructions on how to put the back bike tyre on a push bike. I can't remeber how to do it. I can't work out how the chain goes back on again or anything .

Thanks in advance
#2
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#4
Quote by brokenpick
pi\cs? idk what a push bike is


its a mountain bike i can't find much on google about actually putting the wheel back on
#6
i find logic works quite well.
remember gear 1 = biggest cog
5/6/7/whatever is the highest gear = smallest cog
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#7
Quote by sam b
Put the chain on > put wheel in place > tighten bolts

Is it not pretty obvious?


Jesus!! It's not as simple as that otherwise i wouldn't be asking!!
#8
Quote by snazzyness
its a mountain bike i can't find much on google about actually putting the wheel back on
try entering the make and model into google along with the word instructions.
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#10
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Yes it is. Also, I am not Jesus


ha ha ha! You evidently don't have a bike or know what one is!
#11
Quote by snazzyness
ha ha ha! You evidently don't have a bike or know what one is!
just google it and quit arguing, knucklehead.
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#12
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just google it and quit arguing, knucklehead.


Thanks a lot
#13
On my mountain bike it's just a case of undoing the lever, loosening the bolt then sliding the wheel out, then exactly the same backwards to put it back on.

Take some pics and I'll help you.
#15
Put the wheel on, Put the chain on the sprocket(the one that is part of the crank arm/bottem bracket assembly). then put one link of the chain on the back sprocket, making sure its on the correct gearing, then pedal forward, which will rotate teh chain on. after that, put the wheel back, so theres tension on the chain, the tighten the nuts on the axle while holding the wheel back.

simple enough really
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#16
? you have a bike, and don't know how to put the tire on......


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