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Since 1997, I have consistently been intrigued by the world of web. I began creating my first websites at home and scouring the internet for advice and information. After graduating from high school in 2002 I immediately decided to take to the workforce and began my career. I have worked in very diverse environments all of which related to web design, UI design / javascript, and server-side web languages such as PHP, ColdFusion, vbscript, .NET, Node.js, and Ruby.

My objective is to persistently improve my knowledge in new and existing web technologies granting me the ability to engineer highly scalable, robust, innovative, collaborative, and socially/self-engaging SaaS applications for niche industries across the world.

A skill I find to be very important today is my ability to see and deploy web apps / pages from a design and programming perspective.


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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
Nah, once I loosened the chain a bit, it went away!
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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
That was it, I loosened the bolts on the rear wheel and let it have some slack and tightened them back up. Now it's better. Did I make the brakes worse by doing that? Is there a way to adjust them?
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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
What's best way to adjust the chain... I'm nub at this stuff... It's a coaster brake bike... Just adjust the rear wheel position??
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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
Added a video of the problem...
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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
The chain is definitely really tight...! I'll try that.
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comment Huffy Cranbrook 26“ Ladies' Cruiser crank / pedal / chain ”pop" sound…?
Daniel, thanks for the tip. When I get home today, I'll check it out and see if this one or all of these tips help me out. I don't believe I remember feeling anything, but it's definitely sounding like it's coming from around the crank / chain area. I don't believe it's a pedal issue...
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