Align the crossbar (with the hole in the center) with the screw holes on the bottom of one frame piece. Attach the crossbar to the left frame piece with two [2] frame nuts and bolts. Repeat on the opposite frame piece.
  • Align the crossbar (with the hole in the center) with the screw holes on the bottom of one frame piece.

  • Attach the crossbar to the left frame piece with two [2] frame nuts and bolts.

  • Repeat on the opposite frame piece.

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Align the second crossbar with the holes on the back of the frame. This crossbar has two square holes on either side. Attach the crossbar to the frame using four [4] frame nuts and bolts.
  • Align the second crossbar with the holes on the back of the frame.

  • This crossbar has two square holes on either side.

  • Attach the crossbar to the frame using four [4] frame nuts and bolts.

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Align the left (L) frame piece with the brake hole on the left frame piece. Insert and tighten using one [1] brake bolt. Repeat using the right (R) brake with the right frame piece.
  • Align the left (L) frame piece with the brake hole on the left frame piece.

  • Insert and tighten using one [1] brake bolt.

  • Repeat using the right (R) brake with the right frame piece.

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Slide the ring-shaped piece of one castor bearing onto the axle of one castor. Slide the metal tube piece onto the axle of the castor.
  • Slide the ring-shaped piece of one castor bearing onto the axle of one castor.

  • Slide the metal tube piece onto the axle of the castor.

  • Repeat for the second castor.

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Slide another ring shaped bearing piece into the castor hole on the frame. Insert the entire castor piece (castor, ring, and tube) into the opposite side of the hole. Secure the castor and bearing pieces with a castor bolt.
  • Slide another ring shaped bearing piece into the castor hole on the frame.

  • Insert the entire castor piece (castor, ring, and tube) into the opposite side of the hole.

  • Secure the castor and bearing pieces with a castor bolt.

  • Repeat on the opposite side of the frame.

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Insert an axle bolt through the center of a rear wheel. Insert the axle bolt with wheel into the axle hole on the frame. Tighten the axle bolt.
  • Insert an axle bolt through the center of a rear wheel.

  • Insert the axle bolt with wheel into the axle hole on the frame.

  • Tighten the axle bolt.

  • Secure the wheel with a bolt on the opposite side of the hole.

  • Repeat on the opposite side of the frame to attach the other wheel.

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Slide each handle into the respective slot on the top of the wheelchair. Adjust the handles up or down to your desired height. Secure the handles in place with one bolt and nut for each side.
  • Slide each handle into the respective slot on the top of the wheelchair.

  • Adjust the handles up or down to your desired height.

  • Secure the handles in place with one bolt and nut for each side.

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Insert the remaining crossbar between the handles, and align the holes on both sides. Secure the crossbar with four [4] blue tipped bolts and rubber tipped nuts (two on each side).
  • Insert the remaining crossbar between the handles, and align the holes on both sides.

  • Secure the crossbar with four [4] blue tipped bolts and rubber tipped nuts (two on each side).

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Orient the plastic seat with the smooth side up. The rear strap can be attached to the seat in one of three positions in order to accommodate for people of different heights.
  • Orient the plastic seat with the smooth side up.

  • The rear strap can be attached to the seat in one of three positions in order to accommodate for people of different heights.

  • Loop the straps over the bars of the frame on either side.

  • Rotate the wheelchair onto its back side.

  • Secure the seat by tying each strap together.

  • Make sure that the straps are tied tightly so that the seat does not fall off the wheelchair.

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Reorient the chair so it is upright. Place the seat cushion on top of the plastic seat with the angled side in front.
  • Reorient the chair so it is upright.

  • Place the seat cushion on top of the plastic seat with the angled side in front.

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Place the bottom of the backrest against the back of the seat cushion.
  • Place the bottom of the backrest against the back of the seat cushion.

  • Loop each strap behind the vertical bars of the frame.

  • Secure the backrest by tying each strap together.

  • Make sure that the straps are tied tightly so that the backrest does not fall off the wheelchair.

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Slide a footrest socket over the rail located near the front of the seat. Insert a footrest through the bottom of the footrest socket. Secure the footrest with a bolt above and below the socket.
  • Slide a footrest socket over the rail located near the front of the seat.

  • Insert a footrest through the bottom of the footrest socket.

  • Secure the footrest with a bolt above and below the socket.

  • Adjust the footrest socket to your desired height.

  • Align the socket's bolt with the nearest hole in the rail, and tighten the bolt.

  • Repeat this step on the opposite rail.

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Adjust the footrest socket to your desired height.
  • Adjust the footrest socket to your desired height.

  • Align the socket's bolt with the nearest hole in the rail, and tighten the bolt.

  • Repeat this step on the opposite rail.

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Insert the pump bracket through the lower crossbar.
  • Insert the pump bracket through the lower crossbar.

  • Secure the bracket with a rubber tipped nut.

  • Place the tire pump in the bracket.

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Conclusion

To disasemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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