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Where Can We Get Parts For A 26' Ancheer Power Plus Bike

Old 06-20-19, 04:10 AM
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Where Can We Get Parts For A 26' Ancheer Power Plus Bike

I bought a used 26" Ancheer Power Plus & i'm having a hard time finding a reliable parts supplier for this bike, the mfg has vary little parts
on there web site.
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Old 06-20-19, 08:03 AM
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Which parts? The "bike" parts should be easy to access; propulsion system - probably all the components are manufactured by another supplier; you need to locate the company or equivalent parts. If you show a picture of what isn't functional, it should be possible to assist with repair or replacement, but you need 10 posts, so introduce yourself and respond.
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Ancheer is the mfg it's made in china, right now i need brake shoes there pretty bad, eventually something else will wear out
it's got about 1,000 miles in it now.
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I figure you are talking about the disk brakes? You go to a bike shop and see if they carry anything that fits. If not, you or the shop can replace the caliper with a Shimano or Textro unit that uses easy-to-find pads. The calipers are not expensive, starting around $20 if you buy online, but the shop has to make some money if you buy from them. Buy from the shop and you know it will fit.

If you got time, you can order on ebay and get both calipers for $25. Or if you want to roll the dice, look at the generic pads on ebay, but it might take a month to ship and still might not be the same.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cycling-Mou....c100005.m1851
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I'll buy local then thanks
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