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Old 01-04-19, 05:26 PM
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Originally Posted by linberl View Post
Well, if I had any thoughts of just ordering some nuts online, this discussion has made it clear that a visit to the lbs is well advised. And, yes, I intend to have them actually work WITH me to install the rear wheel with the new nuts. Once I've done it, I'll feel confident about doing it on the road if necessary. Thanks!
its always surprising the things you assume should be simple, aren’t always such. In truth, you are just dealing with a bike that doesn’t exactly follow the typical standards, in terms of the type of bikes most members of the forum are used to dealing with. A ss coaster hub, folding bike is, for lack of a better term, ‘different’. Anytime you’re dealing with different, there’s a much greater chance of a lot of difficulties when changing or upgrading parts. So some demonstration and advice from a proper mechanic is a perfectly good thing.
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