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when tearing things apart pictures should be taken so you can look back and figure it out .. old time diyers didn't have digital cameras to do it with

Schwinn Cycling | Answered 9 hours ago

If you shop around there are plenty of styles of handlebar. Might be worth you trying a bar from a dirt bike or some sort of cruiser bike.
Another option could be to tilt your existing bars back a small amount and add a fork stem riser. Sometimes simply raising the handlebar height on the fork top can help.

Cycling | Answered Yesterday

I do not think this will help, but it might give you some ideas:

Another design, that you would have to modify for your purpose but a very good idea:

again use this principle and do your own drawings:

Cycling | Answered on Jun 27, 2020

Work out where is is coming from and tighten, adjust, lubricate or move what is rubbing. Impossible for us to diagnose just by words.

Schwinn Cycling | Answered on Jun 16, 2020

I can't find a manual, but the install is pretty basic. You need to bolt it to the frame, then remove one of the sprockets on the derailleur to get the chain through, then replace. Attach the cable through the locking nut, using the lowest gear first, then run it to the highest gear to make sure it runs through them all. There are some set screws to set so that the derailleur doesn't go past the upper/lower gears. It's all a matter of adjustment from there.
Hope this is of help

Cycling | Answered on Jun 06, 2020

if it has a bolt in the center loosen the bolt a few turns, give it a good rap with a soft hammer to drive the wedge down, lower your bars and retighten making sure the handlebars are straight with the front wheel.

Fuji Cycling | Answered on Jun 04, 2020

Here is the link for front derail...

Cycling | Answered on Jun 02, 2020 i no it says page 4 but it gives you the full manual hope this helps you out

Fitness Quest... | Answered on May 06, 2020

This review says rower foot plate can not be adjusted to difference angles.

At below link you can view the owners manual and service manual

Adjustment for straps helpful hints May help for straps

Schwinn Cycling | Answered on May 04, 2020

Giant Cycling | Answered on May 04, 2020

Why do you persistently ask the same question, then criticise those who try to help you ? Perhaps you should learn some manners, or else try moving to a differnt planet - I think Uranus might be suitable.

Bontrager... | Answered on Apr 25, 2020

try manufacturer or online search

Cycling | Answered on Apr 23, 2020

Look for the serial number on the lower head tube (right above the wheel on the front of the bike) for Schwinns produced between 1970 and 1979. Those produced after these dates will usually have a serial number stamped on the bottom bracket shell (the rear axle hanger holding the wheel in place).

Schwinn Cycling | Answered on Apr 23, 2020

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