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[title] rear wheel
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* black] The brake on the rear wheel ishas a rather uncommonly used but standard coaster brakehub [http://www.sheldonbrown.com/rollerbrakes.html|roller brake|new_window=true], a style of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle_brake#Drum_brakes|drum brake|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] This makes us a little curious sinceis an interesting choice, while it keeps the wheel easily skids when pulled too hard which isbrakes protected from the elements, they are more likely when using a hand lever instead of a back pedal brake. Also coaster brakes tend to get hot when usedskid and overheat on long descents. But seen indownhills. In the long term it isrun, these brakes should be nearly maintenance-free and only needsrequire some lubrication from time to time.
[* black] The guide arm ofWe start to fish out the bowden wire has no gap and the wire isbrake cable, but it looks like it's riveted atto the end. Which means we can not thread it outhub assembly, and leave itwill stay attached to the brakeat that end.
[* black] So we loosen the guide arm that holdsbolt holding the brakehub to the frame and lift out the 16" wheel with its 28 spokes, the3-gear hub and roller brake, ''and'' its trailing brake and the 3-gear hubcable...
[title] rear wheel
[*
* black] The brake on the rear wheel ishas a rather uncommonly used but standard coaster brakehub [http://www.sheldonbrown.com/rollerbrakes.html|roller brake|new_window=true], a style of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle_brake#Drum_brakes|drum brake|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] This makes us a little curious sinceis an interesting choice, while it keeps the wheel easily skids when pulled too hard which isbrakes protected from the elements, they are more likely when using a hand lever instead of a back pedal brake. Also coaster brakes tend to get hot when usedskid and overheat on long descents. But seen indownhills. In the long term it isrun, these brakes should be nearly maintenance-free and only needsrequire some lubrication from time to time.
[* black] The guide arm ofWe start to fish out the bowden wire has no gap and the wire isbrake cable, but it looks like it's riveted atto the end. Which means we can not thread it outhub assembly, and leave itwill stay attached to the brakeat that end.
[* black] So we loosen the guide arm that holdsbolt holding the brakehub to the frame and lift out the 16" wheel with its 28 spokes, the3-gear hub and roller brake, ''and'' its trailing brake and the 3-gear hubcable...