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Razor DSX Dual-Suspension Bike, 16-Inch
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- 16-Inch Wheels
- Oversize front wheel flange
- Fully functional dual suspension
- Fully enclosed chain guard
- Sturdy 4-Bolt Stem
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The Razor DSX16 is ideal for teaching your little one to ride. Designed to safely and effectively teach your biker the ropes, the dual suspension DSX16 offers an oversized front wheel flange, enclosed chain cover and more. The alloy quick release seat pin makes for quick and easy adjustment while the sturdy 4-bolt stem ensures security and durability. Show them how to ride and glide with the DSX16 Kids Bike from Razor.
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I am personally great with tools and I am very mechanically inclined. However, there was a serious issue with the welding of the front forks and the front brake brace that runs between them. (THIS WAS NOT FROM SHIPPING DAMAGE)
1. The front fork legs were welded at different lengths (approximately 1/2" off). This required me to take a Dremmel to the front wheel axel slot to lower it enough to allow a level mounting.
2. The forks were not parallel on the vertical axis. This caused the axel to run at about a 30 degree positive angle from right to left. This caused the axel to not line up from one fork leg axel slot into the other without physical manipulation.
3. the for legs, specifically the axel mounting tabs, were both canted inwards.
The combination of all of these required me to take a heat gun to soften the welds and then cautiously torque the parts into alignment. Without these adjustments the front wheel simply would not fit and each portion had to be corrected as they all affected different axis of the alignment. I am not comparing this bike to a high dollar bike. But if this was not for Christmas - it would have gone back! My wife stated that if I wasn't around - it would have gone back. This repair required more than simple hand tools (wrench, screwdriver). I will upload pictures at a later date. However I gave it two stars as the rest of the assembly was simple and all other parts/pieces were present. However if you purchase this - as soon as it arrives check the front forks - if they are not aligned, left/right, up/down, axel tabs parallel, don't even bother trying to fix it.