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Yes no problem, it is only 2 teeth and very little difference in diameter. You may not even have to extend the chain.

Cycling | 45 views | 2 helpful votes


Hi,
You can track it through the manufacturer which should give you the year it was made.

Cycling | 45 views | 0 helpful votes


Can't help without more info, but try this link - follow the procedures that apply to your type of brake. https://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/?area%5B%5D=48

Mongoose Cycling | 23 views | 0 helpful votes


Try contacting the manufacturer/distributor to request it.

Cycling | 52 views | 0 helpful votes


Shimano or SRAM brand. All 8 speed cassettes are made to the same standards, so that is the type. The only difference is the splines on the freehub. Also, any brand that is 'compatible with' Shimano or SRAM will work. Look at the locknut on the freehub that holds the cassette on, it should have the brand stamped in it.

Mongoose Tyax... | 33 views | 0 helpful votes


Bodyguard is a possible source.

Cycling | 28 views | 0 helpful votes


DOES THIS WEBSITE HEADING SAY BIKE SHOP > NO REPAIR FORUMS DO NOT KNOW AND WE SELL NOTHING

Cycling | 35 views | 0 helpful votes


find the size on the side of the tire and google it up

Schwinn Cycling | 41 views | 0 helpful votes


USUALLY WITH 2 WRENCHES

Cycling | 51 views | 0 helpful votes


WE HAVE NONE HERE

Haro Cycling | 33 views | 0 helpful votes


1. That's not a Sting Ray, but a limited edition replica
2. It appears that it was last released in 2017, but also in early 2000's and perhaps other times.
3. The demand for the most recent must not have been great, as they are still for sale from Dick's Sporting Goods.
4. Get the serial number and either contact Schwinn or Google "Schwinn serial number" and do your own research. That is what anyone else would have to do.

Schwinn Cycling | 63 views | 0 helpful votes


Google "mongoose serial number". That is what anyone here would have to do to answer your question. You may or may not be able to determine the age from serial number, but bike condition is far more important than age..

Mongoose Cycling | 73 views | 0 helpful votes


You don't need to release air pressure to pump up the tire. If you have tubes with "presta" valve stems you need to unscrew the knurled nut on the end of the stem before inflating the tire. Presta stems also require the correct type of fitting on the end of the pump hose.

Nishiki Adult... | 70 views | 0 helpful votes


Ask at a bike shop!

Cycling | 71 views | 0 helpful votes

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