DIRECTOR   G  BOOKER                                                   INCORPORATION NO      4681917                                              SECRETARY E BOOKER
Fitting instructions for Trykit conversion axles 1) (Bicycle) Remove the rear wheel, chain, rear mech and gear cable. 2) If you are using the gears from the bike, (cassette type only, remove the cassette from the bike wheel and fit it to the conversion axle cassette body. 3) Offer up the axle to the bike frame. The dropout width between the alloy spacers on the axle should be correct and need no adjustment. The nuts outside of the axle brackets are tightened in position against the threaded inner spacers to hold the axle in line. DO NOT remove them.                If at a later date you swap the axle to another bike with different thickness dropouts, the threaded alloy spacers will need making shorter or shims made to make them longer. Do not spring the axle when re- assembling the fixing bar. It will pull the wheels out of line. 4) Insert the 10mm diameter attachment bar into the frame dropouts and partially tighten the INNER   axle retaining nuts. 5) Adjust the axle to the same height as the original bike wheel. (Attachment bars horizontal). 6) Fully tighten the inner nuts 7) Fit the top seat stay bracket to the seat post or frame. (Depending on the type) and offer up the         seat stays. 8) You may need to adjust the angles at the top and bottom of the stays to suit your machine. This is best done in a vice, holding the flattened end of the stay in the jaws. Take care not to over bend them. 9) Fit the lower seat stays to the axle brackets using the M8 hex bolts, but don’t fully tighten. (fit the larger diameter tubes to the axle) 10) Adjust the length of the stays and fit the upper seat stays to the new seat post bracket using the M6 allen screw and nut. Fit the rear brake cable hanger supplied in the centre of the bracket. Tighten the seat stay pinch clamps with a 4 mm hex key. Don’t over tighten them, use a short arm hex key only. 11) Fully tighten the bottom seat stay bolts 12) Tighten the M6 seat stay pinch bolt allen screw and nut 13) Fit the rear gear mech to the axle gear hanger 14) Fit a new longer gear cable. 15) Fit a new longer rear chain ( about 7 links extra (CHECK) and adjust the gears. 16) Slide the disc rotors on to the axles. ( Note the direction of rotation on the discs). 17) Fit the wheels, engaging them with the hexagon on the shaft and engage the disc rotors. Fit and  tighten the wheel bolts 18) Fit the polished alloy calliper brackets to the axle. The large radius facing to the rear on the right side. The large radius facing forward on the left side. 19) Fit the callipers to the alloy calliper brackets. (They may be fitted already) 20) Fit the callipers over the discs and attach them to the alloy brackets. 21) Adjust the fit of the callipers as per the disc brake instruction sheet. 22) Fit the short outer brake cables between the callipers and the cable stops on the seat stays. Slide the inner cable from one calliper through the outer cable and then through the Straddle wire saddle then through other outer cable to the other calliper, forming a long straddle wire. Tighten the calliper clamp screws. Connect the bike brake cable to the straddle wire saddle.  Adjust the brakes as per disc brake brake instructions. 23) Ride and enjoy. For your own safety, I recommend that all the fixings are checked after the first ride and at regular intervals thereafter.
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