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This guide will walk you through the process of replacing the rear wheel of your cruiser bike. You will need to replace your wheel if it is flat or continues going flat. This process can be tricky, considering the parts associated with the rear wheel. Make sure you have the correct tools for the job and follow the directions strictly.

  1. Flip your bike so the seat and handlebars are on the ground.
    • Flip your bike so the seat and handlebars are on the ground.

  2. Slip the chain onto the crank and rear cog. Then insert wheel into rear drop-outs.
    • Slip the chain onto the crank and rear cog. Then insert wheel into rear drop-outs.

    • Make sure that the chain is on the correct side of the wheel

  3. Tighten brake strap using screwdriver and 10mm socket wrench. Hold the nut on the inside (near the spokes) with wrench as you tighten the screw with the screwdriver.
    • Tighten brake strap using screwdriver and 10mm socket wrench. Hold the nut on the inside (near the spokes) with wrench as you tighten the screw with the screwdriver.

  4. Center the wheel and pull back to tighten the chain
    • Center the wheel and pull back to tighten the chain

  5. With wheel pulled back, tighten the two axle nuts using the 15mm socket wrench. Tighten the non-drive side (side without the chain) first.
    • With wheel pulled back, tighten the two axle nuts using the 15mm socket wrench. Tighten the non-drive side (side without the chain) first.

    • Wheel will angle as you tighten. Keep it centered with your hand as you finish tightening both axle nuts.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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