Re: Sprocket won't fit on Schwinn Cruiser???
Welcome to motorized building 101- Don't nothin' fit. This is a fairly common problem it seems, just take the sharpest thing you got and hog it out a little. You might have to bend the lever on the coaster brake a little also. Norman just posted all you need to know about "hanging" a sprocket on the rear wheel. His post is "44 to 36 tooth sprocket swap" located in General Discussion. Take your time and do it right the first time and don't be afraid to ask if you don't know! Happy Trails Walter F.