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Old Ross bike
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So I found an old Ross bike, a cruiser, basically in total disrepair. I cleaned and repainted the bike and now I cannot put it back together. Pieces seem to be missing, the handlebars wont go in and stay in, and Im frustrated beyond belief. Any help would be so appreciated. I'll include more details if needed.
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Of course more details are needed, but it's best to get some in-person help. Is there a bike co-op nearby, or a knowledgeable friend?
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#3
Photos of parts would help. Also make sure the threaded areas do not have paint on the threads. That will make reassembly difficult.

Note: always take photos as you disassemble a bicycle that way you will have a record how it goes together. Specially the small inner parts.
Never Give Up!!!
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