Image 1/3: Attach the crossbar to the left frame piece with two [2] frame nuts and bolts. Image 2/3: Repeat on the opposite frame piece. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: This crossbar has two square holes on either side. Image 2/3: Attach the crossbar to the frame using four [4] frame nuts and bolts. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Insert and tighten using one [1] brake bolt. Image 2/3: Repeat using the right (R) brake with the right frame piece. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/2: Slide the metal tube piece onto the axle of the castor. Image 2/2: Repeat for the second 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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Image 1/3: Insert the entire castor piece (castor, ring, and tube) into the opposite side of the hole. Image 2/3: Secure the castor and bearing pieces with a castor bolt. Image 3/3: Repeat on the opposite side of the frame.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Insert the axle bolt with wheel into the axle hole on the frame. Image 2/3: Tighten the axle bolt. Image 3/3: Secure the wheel with a bolt on the opposite side of the hole.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Adjust the handles up or down to your desired height. Image 2/3: Secure the handles in place with one bolt and nut for each side. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/2: Secure the crossbar with four [4] blue tipped bolts and rubber tipped nuts (two on each side). Image 2/2: 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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Image 1/2: The rear strap can be attached to the seat in one of three positions in order to accommodate for people of different heights. Image 2/2: Loop the straps over the bars of the frame on either side.
  • 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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Image 1/2: Place the seat cushion on top of the plastic seat with the angled side in front. Image 2/2: 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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Image 1/1: Loop each strap behind the vertical bars of the frame.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Insert a footrest through the bottom of the footrest socket. Image 2/3: Secure the footrest with a bolt above and below the socket. Image 3/3: Adjust the footrest socket to your desired height.
  • 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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Image 1/1: Align the socket's bolt with the nearest hole in the rail, and tighten the bolt.
  • 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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Image 1/1: Secure the bracket with a rubber tipped nut.
  • 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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