Well, I had a friend send me a picture the other day of a cheap bike someone had listed on Facebook for real cheap . So I came home and let the wife know I had decided to spend what little money we had saved on a project. She wasn't happy. But what can she Do? So I brought this nasty thing home for the high price of 320 dollars . We had to drag it to the truck. I assumed because the chain was so rusted that it just wouldn't budge. You know how it goes the guy said it ran when he parked it because he snapped a clutch cable . I got it back to my grandfather's house and we decided to take the chain off to see if we could get it to roll. After removing the chain the back tire still refused to roll. It would move a little but seemed seized. It took us over an hour and nearly a half a can of wd40 to get the rear axle out and when we did I found out why it wasn't moving. The brakes had adhered to the inside of the drum. So I just took em out and threw them away.