slaptacular

rear sprocket mounted on rim. Shows dust cover on left, ready to place, that I grinded off hub with rotary tool, shaped edges as close as I could. No

rear sprocket mounted on rim. Shows dust cover on left, ready to place, that I grinded off hub with rotary tool, shaped edges as close as I could.  No
slaptacular, May 25, 2010
    • bangbang880
      this step should be highlighted. i read and read before i started my bike and never noticed the dust cover bit. it messed me up! and i couldn't figure out why, then i messed my back hub up because of it. it was ALL the dust cover, i didn't know to shave it! its not in the basic instructions. Good job. your bike looks great!
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    New Schwinn Windwood Cruiser & 66cc Angle Fire (first build)
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