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You'll need to take it to a welding shop to have it properly repaired. Look at how much a similar "used" aluminum bike frame cost, then use that as a gauge to set a cost limit. Say for example a similar used bike frame cost $100 from a bike shop. If the welder charges $80 or more, then you might as well spend the extra $20 and replace the cracked bike frame instead of getting it welded. Of course, you'll need to take the parts off the cracked bike frame and transfer them to the used bike frame, assuming you know how to do it yourself. If you need to pay a bike shop to do the job, then having the welder repair the crack is cheaper.

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Nov 29, 2013


There are bearings on both sides, you need a special tool to remove the crankshaft.I'd suggest you get someone who knows how to do it,give you a hand. The tool can be purchased at any bike shop. not sure for how much. Good Luck.

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Nov 01, 2013


mine use to do that too, try lock tight in the nut after tightin on the nut make sure you put enough and make sue its tight it works till you need to take the pedal off it worked for mine

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Oct 29, 2013


Chain tension is set by loosening the two bolts on the rear wheel and pulling the wheel back and then tightening it in the position when the chain is at desired tension.

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Oct 07, 2012

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