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Identify 2 Raleigh kids bikes - Boxer & Bullet

These appear to both be from the 1970s or at most the early `80s. The lettering (font-style) is reminiscent of that time. The Boxer has cottered cranks, which would have been gone by the 80s. This ...
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Removing a 1970s Schwinn Bottom Bracket

Alan is correct. Here's a diagram of this type of crank. Sheldon describes it with words but sometimes a picture helps. The left side in the picture above is missing both the locknut and the ...
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Removing a 1970s Schwinn Bottom Bracket

This is what's called a 'one-piece' or 'Ashtabula' crank. There is a nut you have removed (or that was already missing) on the threading. Then you remove the left cone via the slot in your second ...
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Trying to match up a new seat for my bicycle and having difficulty finding one that will work

In addition to the fine answers provided, your question mentioned that the "the plastic has broken off from the metal post." This metal post is called a seatpost. In the chance that the ...
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Trying to match up a new seat for my bicycle and having difficulty finding one that will work

The stickers tell you it's a Giant Sedona. To me it looks like a fairly old model (they still make a similar hybrid under that name, but with suspension). But you don't need the model details to ...
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Trying to match up a new seat for my bicycle and having difficulty finding one that will work

Its a Giant Sedona, probably from the 2000's. But that information is not very useful for replacing the saddle. If you look up underneath the saddle, there will be two parallel rails, and the ...
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