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Hi guys i cant seem to change the gear of my bicycle. is it possible to repair it ? and change the break pads?



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Better go to Song Seng Chan before they close!



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i been there they say they dont fix

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I might give up restoring the chopper. Do you want to buy over with parts mark II frame? Send me pm



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Hey Sko... What parts do you have? Mind snapping some photos of the handlebar, sissy bar, and pedal for me? I have all these parts but condition are not that great.

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Handle bar is gone. Think you can get pedal from CSC. Will send you photo.

 



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where is csc ?

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Sorry. should be SSC - Song Seng Chan !



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I'm having issues disassembling my to hub(1964-1970's)I'm stuck at this point: 

  1. Unscrew right hand ball ring 20 from the hub shel l(use hammer and punch). Remove unit from vise and withdraw gear from hub shell.

It won't budge with the hammer, I sprayed it with WD40, still no movement, any suggestions!?



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