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LockJaw Hinge
Bikes equipped with the LockJaw
hinge look just like a regular bike –
you have to get up close and look
really hard to see where the bike
folds. To ensure safe and trouble
free usage of the LockJaw hinge
and your bike, please read the
following instructions carefully.
WARNING: If you are in
any way unsure of how to
make these adjustments
yourself, take your bike to a
qualified technician for
professional adjustment.
The LockJaw hinge (one located
on the top tube and one on the
down tube) has three components
with each fulfilling a different
function.
OC Bolt – opens and closes the
LockJaw hinge. It is secured by
a special Safety Screw (Version
B only).
Adjustment Bolt – adjusts
the tightness of the LockJaw
mechanism.
Pivot Bolt – the actual hinge
axle around which the two
halves of the frame rotates. The
pivot bolt can be adjusted to
tighten or loosen the hinge.
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WARNING: ONLY open
the LockJaw hinge with
the OC bolt.
WARNING: As a general
rule, the pivot bolt will
not need any user adjustment.
Do NOT try to open the
LockJaw hinge with the pivot
bolt. ONLY adjust the
tightness of the LockJaw
hinge with the adjustment
bolt.
Tools Needed:
6 mm Allen key
2.5 mm Allen key
2 mm Allen key
Overview
There are two versions of the
LockJaw. Please check your
bike to determine which Lock-
Jaw version is used and apply
the appropriate instructions.
Version A
OC Bolt
Adjustment
Bolt
Pivot Bolt
The Lock Screw and the Pivot Bolt are the same for both versions.
Lock Screw
Adjustment
Bolt
Pivot
Bolt
For Version B the Adjustment
Bolt contains an additional safe-
ty screw (inside the Adjustment
Bolt. See the different versions
below.
Version B
OC Bolt
Adjustment
Bolt
Safety
Pivot Bolt
Screw
Lock Screw
Adjustment
Bolt
Pivot
Bolt

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