Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Toledo, OH
Bikes: Schwinn World Sport, Fuji Sports 12, Diamondback Wildwood (haha)
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Haha, does your bike have a rear fork
You need to take the stem (the grayish metal part with the allen head in the top). So, loosen the allen head and try to twist off the whole stem/handlebar assembly. You're correct about the handlebar connection, loosen the screw that fastens the clamp to the bars, however, you'll need to take off the brakes, shifters, and tape before you can get the bars off completely.
edit: beaten to it.
Last edited by Bardleyrichard; 03-08-08 at 11:51 PM.
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