Installation Instructions for Wheels
- Remove existing quick release.
- Remove combination nut, washer (B) from threaded end of the Rod (A).
- Insert Rod (A) through drive-side of hollow axle of wheel. Note: The longer Rod is for the rear wheel.
- Install the washer on the threaded end of the Rod to firstly ensure the grooves of the washer will be tightened against the combination nut. Then install combination nut on the threaded end of the Rod. Use the Key in the extended position to, tightened the combination nut until snug or "finger-tight".
- Use the key TO TIGHTEN THE COMBINATION NUT TIGHTLY. The combination nut should be tightened at least 1/2 turn (180 degrees). To avoid over-tightening, at no time shall the combination nut be tightened more that one and one half (1 1/2) turns (540 degrees) from the point where the Combination nut has been installed and tighten to "finger tight".
- Ensure proper installation of the Locks by checking the wheels are centered in the frame of fork, and that the wheel passes through the brake pads.
- It is RECOMMENDED that a professional bicycle dealer trim off the excess Rod length, The Rod should not protrude more that 3mm past the combination nut when installed. If protruding, install the black rubber ended protectors. (F)
Check Before Riding
Lift up the bicycle so that the wheel is off the ground, and give the top of the tire a few hard and sharp downward blows.
The wheel should not be loose or come off. Do this for the Front and Rear wheel.
Always check your combination nuts before each ride to ensure they are tight and properly installed to prevent your wheels or seat post from moving. Failure to do so will result in serius bodily Harm or Injury