First you need to determine if the wobble is from the chainwheel or from the bottom bracket. Then there are different procedures depending on if it's a sideways wobble or a bac/forth, up/down wobble. A sideways wobble can be adressed by bending the chainwheel back into plane using two wrenches/vise grips. One is used for bending, the other as a brace to stop the bend from going too far.
a back/forth wobble can be fixed by undoing the chain ring bolts a little, and then, with a piece of wood, knock the chainring back into position before doing the bolts back up again.
A chain breaker tool is used to break a chain on a bicycle, but the same tool is used to fix the chain. This type of tool may be purchased at Northern Tool, Elite Gates, Superstore and Harbor Freight.
Then you need to fix whatever is causing it to wobble. Fuses must be secure and tight.
you don't fix the chain you replace it with a new one.
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The only fix for broken timing belt or chain is to replace it.
You fasten it to the back of your car.
A person who repair bikes is a bicycle mechanic. A shop that handles bikes is a bicycle shop or a bicycle store.
Yes but it is hard you may want to take it to a welding shop because they might be able to fix it but they may not know how to so it would be easiest to get a new bicycle.
It might have to do with something not balanced,Check the rudder,the nose,maybe even the throttle could throw the helicopter off.I know for a fact if you travel really high really fast you will wobble.
The bushing on the track bar. http://lukeslink.com/ this link has the fix.
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