(if tool is received
all steps in this section
to be sure assembly
and is ad-
for the operator.)
This Operator's Manual is designed to help you as-
semble the tool and to provide its safe operation. It is
important that you read the entire manual to become
familiar with the tool before you begin assembly.
you have any questions
or need further assistance,
call our CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
Hardware referred to in the following sections
are shown in actual size in Figure I.
a. Place screws "A." into the holes on the front
shroudas shown in Figure2.
b. Position l ocknuts "D."inlowerholes.
c. Hold locknuts
"D." in place; tighten screws
with small hex wrench
(provided) just enough
to hold hardware
d. Remove the packing cover from the straight
end of the tube if so equipped. Your unit may
not have a packing cover.
Make sure the drive shaft does not fall
out of the tube. Dirt on the shaft will significantly
reduce the life of the unit. If the drive shaft falls
out of the tube, dean,
See "Drive Shaft Lubrication" in the Cus-
e. Align the bottom
groove on the tube with the
ridge on the lower wall of the engine opening.
f. Turn the arbor shaft at the bottom of the tube
as necessary to _
the square endofthe shaft
with the square h01e inside the front opening of
the engine. Figure 2 (inset).
the engine openinguntil
the nose cone contacts the foam grip. Figure 2.
h. Tighten screws "A_" alternately
,_ith the hex
wrench until secure. Figure 2.
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a. Locate the decal on the handlebar.
block between the arrows on the de-
cal; then, seat the handlebar in the mounting
b.Positionthe coverbetween the arrowson the
handlebarand align screwholes.
c. Insert screws"C."and tighten securely.
NOTE: Refer to the illustration on the front cover for
2. Tools you will need:
- Small Hex Wrench (provided)
- Large Hex Wrench (provided)
- Adjustable Wrench
- Standard Screwdriver
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Close up view
material that may be
onthe end of the tube.
It may be necessary
the arbor shaft to
align with the square hole.