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You can use a "Presta adapter", or some floor pumps can do both types of valves. You can get an adapter from any bike shop or even from Walmart:

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USE Cycling | Answered on Jun 01, 2018


I will preface this by saying that if you don't have the tools, and to a lesser degree the experience, to properly work on your bike it's not worth the time or money to go to indexed shifting on a less expensive bike..

You can probably use the existing rear cluster (freewheel) if it's Shimano. You would also need compatible indexing levers and possibly new cables and housing. Any level of compatible indexing derailleur will work. If your rear cluster is not Shimano, or if it's "Ultra-6" then the freewheel would have to be replaced. In any case 6 speeds in back would be the most I recommend, and also the highest you can go without replacing the chain.

If the freewheel is not compatible then you're best off looking for a good indexed used bike and selling yours, due to cost.

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USE Cycling | Answered on Sep 14, 2017


Since we don't know which camcorder you mean, we have no way of knowing. Look in the manual.

USE Video... | Answered on Jun 21, 2017


As far as I know "BMX Pro" is not a brand/model. Whatever the brand is, the serial number is often not useful. Contact the manufacturer (name on the head tube where the fork goes through the frame.

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USE Cycling | Answered on Mar 19, 2017


Owner's manual for bikes will not tell you how to use the gears. Just Google "how to shift gears on a bike" Find one that shows the same type of shifters you have (does not have to be the same brand of bike). Better yet, find a local bike co-op or bike shop to show you on a bike stand before you hit the road (hopefully not literally).

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USE Cycling | Answered on Jan 24, 2017


You can download a manual for almost any equipment by Googling the make and model followed by the word Manual, then follow the appropriate link(s).

USE Video... | Answered on Nov 09, 2016


You can download a manual for almost any equipment by Googling the make and model followed by the word Manual, then follow the appropriate link(s).

USE Video... | Answered on Jul 19, 2016


http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/Philips/PC_Camera.html This should allow you to download driver required. Many thanks Sherrish. Please leave feedback

USE Video... | Answered on Jul 13, 2016


Post it on ebay, they sell, give away all kinds of manuals.
u can try just listing the camera , manual might come up

USE Video... | Answered on Apr 02, 2016

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