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Assembly instructions for KANEG stands

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

REAR STAND

 Slide narrow section of both legs into the handle and affix by inserting bolt supplied so that you end up with one washer on either side on the stands tubing. Tighten to a firm feel; the locking nuts will keep in same position. Ensure that the black rubber buttons are facing the floor, once assembly is complete

Undo the bolts at the end of the stand enough to be able to insert the forks that will hook into your spools. Tighten the bolts on both side ensuring that the taller arm of the hooks are facing forward.

Try carefully to measure the required distance between the two opposing forks of the stand. You might need to give it a couple of goes before you get it to the required distance, then tighten those bolts well to ensure that the flat part of the shaft is locked into position.

FRONT STAND

Slide narrow section of both legs into the handle and affix by inserting bolt supplied so that you end up with one washer on either side on the stands tubing. Tighten to a firm feel; the locking nuts will keep in same position. Ensure that the black rubber buttons are facing the floor, once assembly is completed.

Insert the shafts of the rubberised pronged plates into the provisions so that you end up with the taller one facing the rear of the bike.

The order of set up of the rubberised prongs should be, going from the outside in: R clip in hole, then spring and naturally the plate & prongs.

This stand must only be used once a rear stand has been engaged

HEAD LIFTING STANDS

 Slide narrow section of both legs into the handle and affix by inserting bolt supplied so that you end up with one washer on either side on   the stands tubing. Tighten to a firm feel; the locking nuts will keep in same position. Ensure that the black rubber pads are facing the floor, once assembly is completed.

Join the top section of the stand to the assembled legs + handle part by using the supplied small shafts which should be inserted from inside out. Once the shafts are inserted fully lock them in, by using the R clip on the outside side of the stand. Please ensure that your stand resembling the letter Z and not the letter C in other words the top section is facing the bike.

Select the appropriate pin for your bike and insert it in the provision at the end of the lifting arm. Lock it in with lock in key provided.

The Headlift Stand efficiency depends on the correct size Pin being used.

The Pin needs to be a snug Fit for it to work effectively.

It is the purchaser’s responsibility to check the steering stem hole to know the correct size for their bike.

 This stand must only be used once a rear stand has been engaged

REPLACING HEAD LIFT TRIPLE CLAMP PIN:

Triple clamp pin (also yoke pin or cross tree pin) replacement is easily done as follows.

First ensure that the new pin fits snugly in the centre hole in the triple clamp. There should be very little play to ensure safe and reliable support once assembled.

Remove the old pin from the top of the headlift by extracting the snap lock pin from the yoke pin securing pin. Extract the securing pin and remove the old yoke pin.

Replace with the new yoke pin. Line the hole in the yoke pin up with the holes in the top of the head lift stand and replace the securing pin. Replace the snap lock pin in the end of the securing pin and the job is done.

 

SPACESAVER REAR STAND FITTING INSTRUCTIONS

Disregard the 4 wheels that are included in the box. They are to be used only if you want to use the stand without the Dolly.

Assembly
On both ends of the dolly frame over the casters, is a short arm at 90 deg to the frame. look at the dolly frame side and find the hole in the frame side, on the arm is a spring clip and pin, remove the pin. Insert the stand leg axle into the dolly hole and onto the arm. When in place replace the pin and clip.
After the 2 stand legs are locked off, insert the stand handle onto the legs and place the bolt and nut and torque up.
Insert the hooks & adjust to the correct width so that they easily find the grooves of the spools.

 

 

KANEG TrailerMate Assembly:

Secure Cradle to base with two bolts supplied after checking that the teeth/fingers of the cradle mesh properly. Do not over tighten.

Secure upright post to base with four bolts supplied.

Attach front flange to upright post with pin and lock pin supplied. Please note that there is more than one position that this can be secured in – determine the correct position by gently running the front wheel into the cradle to ensure that the top flange secures the front wheel at the centre point of the flange.

 

KANEG Motocross Stand Assembly:

Remove stand from box and take off top platform.

Grease and Secure elevation lever to stand with bolt/s supplied.

Remove all packaging material.

Ensure that shaft support inner column is adequately greased. Replace top platform. Ensure that elevation lever is located properly and slides easily before use.

 

Since 2006 Kaneg has been proudly serving Racers, Riders and Enthusiast alike.

We race at the following Circuits, so make a point of catching up;

Eastern Creek, Phillip Island, Broadford, Mac Park, Morgan Park, Wakefield and occasionally QLD raceway, Winton and Hidden Valley, so you are sure to see us sometime.

To see other kaneg products visit us at

http://www.kaneg.com.au

Sydney pickups at 8/51 York Road Penrith 2750.

Contact us at: sales@kaneg.com.au

Rhys 0414712419

Phil 0414968949



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