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Huffy maintains a variety of Maintenance Documents to assist you in keeping your bicycle in superior working condition. These reference documents cover the most frequently asked questions from consumers. The easy to follow instructions cover topics such as adjusting brakes, truing a wheel and taking care of removing, installing and inflating a tire.

Once you find the document you need, you can print it or download it to your computer anytime. Start by clicking on the file name to open the file. Each file is formatted as a "PDF" file for convenient viewing and printing.

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Service Instructions: Wheel Truing - Opens New Window

Testing the tightness of the spokes is an important part of bicycle maintenance. This document provides step-by-step instructions to properly maintain spokes. The information covers Maintenance Schedule, Testing the Spokes, Tightening Loose Spokes, Replacing Spokes and Truing the Wheel Rim to Remove Side-to-Side Wobble.

Service Instructions: One-Piece Crank Bearings - Opens New Window

Regular inspection and maintenance is important for crank bearings, particularly due to typical storage and riding conditions. These instructions cover Testing the Crank Bearings, Adjusting One-Piece Crank Bearings and Overhauling One-Piece Crank Bearings.

Service Instructions: Head Tube Bearings - Opens New Window

Regular inspection of the head tube bearings is a good part of bicycle maintenance. The instructions provide everything needed for Testing the Head Tube Bearings, Adjusting the Head Tube Bearings and Overhauling the Head Tube Bearings.

Service Information: Tire Inflation, Removal, Installation - Opens New Window

Tires need attention, whether the bike is ridden, or sits idle over a period of time. This one-page sheet explains everything from finding a slow leak to changing a tire so that when the time comes to face the challenge you will feel well prepared.

Service Instructions: V-Style Brakes Assembly - Opens New Window

The V-Style Brake assembly instructions provide easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions for tackling the assembly. Just as important, a Checking your Brakes section explains how to make sure you’ve completed the assembly correctly.

Service Instructions: Caliper Brakes Assembly - Opens New Window

The Caliper Brake assembly instructions explain the proper assembly for both the front and rear caliper brakes. The instructions include how to properly adjust the brakes as well as important check points to ensure the final assembly is correct.

Service Instructions: Wheel Bearings - Opens New Window

As with the all bike maintenance, maintaining wheel bearings is important. These instructions review the Maintenance Schedule, Testing the Wheel Bearings, Adjusting the Wheel Bearings and Overhauling the Wheel Bearings.

Service Instructions: Rotary Stem - Opens New Window

This one-page sheet explains the how to assemble the lower and upper slip cables to the rotor. It also details Rotor Adjustment and Maintenance.

Service Instructions: Replacing the Rear Wheel, Spoke Protector and/or Freewheel - Opens New Window

Easy step-by-step instructions explain how to replace the rear wheel, spoke protector, or freewheel. The information includes any tools needed as well as helpful hints to make the process as smooth as possible.

Service Instructions: Replacing the Chain - Opens New Window

Replacing the chain on the bicycle is easier to do with this instruction guide. It explains the steps to follow if a bicycle has three speeds or less; or, more than three speeds.

Service Instructions: Replacing the Rear Derailleur - Opens New Window

The step-by-step instructions follow how to replace the rear derailleur. The information includes the tools needed as well as helpful hints to make the process as smooth as possible.

Service Instructions: Three-Piece Crank Bearings - Opens New Window

Regular inspection and maintenance is important for crank bearings. These instructions cover the Maintenance Schedule, Testing the Crank Bearings, Adjusting Three-Piece Crank Arms and Overhauling One-Piece Crank Bearings.

Carriage Basket - Opens New Window

Quick and easy instructions to make the Carriage Basket removable from the handlebar.

Front Brake Adjustment - Opens New Window

Follow step-by-step instructions, including detailed drawings, to adjust the front brake cable and lever.

Brake Cable Adjustment - Opens New Window

The step-by-step instructions explain how to adjust the front brake, including pictures for added ease.

Assembly Tips - Opens New Window

Have an assembly question? You probably aren't the only person! This all-in-one piece answers many of the Top Assembly Questions. Pedals - the L & R and more. Green Machine - Does the axle seem short? It isn't - here's what you do. Sounds crazy, but make sure you haven't assembled it upside down! What do you do with the Plastic Cap covering the Handlebar Stem, or the Plastic Discs protecting the axles? What if the Front Wheel doesn't fit? We want your assembly to be smooth - hope these tips hel

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