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What is this tool called and what size is it for the front and back because I need to change both tires out on a new chain and put in new brake pads ImageUploadedByThumper Talk1439307152.083759.jpgImageUploadedByThumper Talk1439307166.351947.jpgImageUploadedByThumper Talk1439307191.884884.jpg

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And I'm not sure what size the nut is for the Axel nut I think it's a 21 mm or you can be careful with a cresent wrench. When you go to put the front tire on make sure you square up the forks. Search YouTube I'm sure there is a video on how to do it. Back tire use a cresent to loosen the rear tire as well I'm not sure what size socket fits that one either.

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maybe you should get someone alittle more knowlegable to handle these tasks!

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I'm 15 sorry I don't got a dad at my house

I want to buy the right tool not one a size small

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I got the back wheel off took the breaks off everything's good now just have to have my friends dad change the tire

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I just upgraded to some G-Force wheels, and now I'm having trouble with the rotor and front caliper. Is there a trick to getting the caliper to open up wide enough to fit the rotor in place so I can bolt up the front wheel?

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I just upgraded to some G-Force wheels, and now I'm having trouble with the rotor and front caliper. Is there a trick to getting the caliper to open up wide enough to fit the rotor in place so I can bolt up the front wheel?

Stick a flat head in between break pads and push to the right that's what I did then they opened up again. The reason this happened was because you hit the brake lever

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please take the time to search You Tube so you can get frt. wheel aligned properly! Same goes for the rear !

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please take the time to search You Tube so you can get frt. wheel aligned properly! Same goes for the rear !

Yeah I will that's what someone told me

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