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Post 01 Zuma Handlebars seemingly stuck
As the title says, I cant get the handlebars to budge, and I've unscrewed everything I can see thats in that area. Any suggestions on how to get it 'unstuck'?

I don't really want to f*** with penetrating oil or anything bc of the wires in that area. I got a lowkey fear that I'm gonna blow the d*** scooter up with oil and electricity XD


Tue May 14, 2019 11:18 pm
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Post Re: 01 Zuma Handlebars seemingly stuck
Gingerton wrote:
As the title says, I cant get the handlebars to budge, and I've unscrewed everything I can see thats in that area. Any suggestions on how to get it 'unstuck'?

I don't really want to f*** with penetrating oil or anything bc of the wires in that area. I got a lowkey fear that I'm gonna blow the d*** scooter up with oil and electricity XD



Read the manual and there is one big nut that you gotta unscrew (You gotta hold the other side of it down with another torque wrench).

Nothing will blow up as long as your start electricity is off. Just spray the oil in small amounts and wipe off any that has dripped down.

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