Originally Posted by nogig
the guy in the forementioned vid was wrong. the pads wuld not even go in doin it the way he described. i put it together with tons of grease and they half assed work before garbbin and kicking the pedals forward. also cant get the bearing cone to stay tight. i am using a cone wrench and holding the cone whilst tightening the locknut and it still loosens up. I m waiting on one of jims sprocket adapters and imma just find a shimano wheel assem. Also waiting on a tube for my neighbors bike. his has given no probs cept for blowing old dry rot tubes
I had a Huffy Cranbook for my first bike and personally hated the whole coaster brake idea. I just thought it was a pain in the *** and decided to tear the bike down and mount it on a schwinn riverside. But that's just me. I feel safer with front and back pull brakes.