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Automatic bicycle chain keeps jumping off back gear
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I have a 6speed autobike classic. the problem is when i stop and start to pedal again the chain slips behind the gears. when I'm going downhill or fast it changes properly but otherwise won't stay on the gears what can i do to fix this? Please help enclosed is a pic
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(01-09-2014, 03:05 PM)larryq Wrote:  I have a 6speed autobike classic. the problem is when i stop and start to pedal again the chain slips behind the gears. when I'm going downhill or fast it changes properly but otherwise won't stay on the gears what can i do to fix this? Please help enclosed is a pic
cannot tell from the pic but on the rear derailleur you should have a couple screws signified by an "H" and an "L". your L screw needs turn in to stop the derailleur from moving to far inward. the pulley needs to be directly under the big cog. turn about 1/4 turn increments til desired results
There are two kinds of people in the world, "Those who help themselves to people, and those who help people!"
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(01-09-2014, 07:20 PM)painkiller Wrote:  
(01-09-2014, 03:05 PM)larryq Wrote:  I have a 6speed autobike classic. the problem is when i stop and start to pedal again the chain slips behind the gears. when I'm going downhill or fast it changes properly but otherwise won't stay on the gears what can i do to fix this? Please help enclosed is a pic
cannot tell from the pic but on the rear derailleur you should have a couple screws signified by an "H" and an "L". your L screw needs turn in to stop the derailleur from moving to far inward. the pulley needs to be directly under the big cog. turn about 1/4 turn increments til desired results

Thanx painkiller. i feel kinda like a tard now lol. i figured it out after i posted it. but thanx for your time and reply. thanx again and have a good day bro Smile
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"i feel kinda like a tard now lol."

How politically incorrect is that!!
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Tard tard tard tard tard
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(01-11-2014, 02:42 PM)larryq Wrote:  Tard tard tard tard tard
If you feel stupid twice, does that make you a re-tard?
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(01-09-2014, 07:20 PM)Painkiller Wrote:  
(01-09-2014, 03:05 PM)larryq Wrote:  I have a 6speed autobike classic. the problem is when i stop and start to pedal again the chain slips behind the gears. when I'm going downhill or fast it changes properly but otherwise won't stay on the gears what can i do to fix this? Please help enclosed is a pic
cannot tell from the pic but on the rear derailleur you should have a couple screws signified by an "H" and an "L". your L screw needs turn in to stop the derailleur from moving to far inward. the pulley needs to be directly under the big cog. turn about 1/4 turn increments til desired results

I stumbled on this thread after buying my son a used Autobike Classic, which I knew nothing about and he had the same issue. This information helped us fix it. I ended up having to put a longer screw in place of the "L" screw and then make adjustments to both. Here's a detailed photo in hope that it helps anyone who stumbles on this thread in the future.

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