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1 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Please read and save these instructions. Read carefully before attempting to assemble, install, operate or maintain the product described. Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and or property damage! Retain instructions for future reference. Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles WARNING Cycling can be a hazardous activity. You are responsible for safe riding and proper maintenance of your bicycle/tricycle. Failure to observe the safety rules and warnings throughout this manual may result in property damage, personal injury or death. There are warnings throughout this manual. Follow all warning advices and instructions to reduce the risk of injury or damage. Specifications Model Type Wheel Dia. Spokes Brake 33X824 Bicycle (In.) gauge Coaster Brake 33X825 Tricycle gauge Front: Linear Pull. Rear: Coaster Brake 33X829 Tricycle gauge Front: Linear Pull. Rear: Coaster Brake 33X830 Bicycle gauge Coaster Brake 33X832 Tricycle gauge 3 Speed with Coaster Brake 33X833 Tricycle gauge Front: Linear Pull. Rear: Coaster Brake Printed in China 1

2 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 BEFORE YOU RIDE Bike Wheel Size Your Approx. Height 24 inch wheel inches tall 26 inch wheel inches tall SADDLE HEIGHT - In order to obtain the most comfortable riding position and offer the best possible pedaling efficiency, the seat height should be set correctly in relation to the rider s leg length. The correct saddle height should not cause leg strain from over-extension, and the hips should not rock from side to side when pedaling. While sitting on the bicycle with one pedal at its lowest point, place the ball of your foot on that pedal. The correct saddle height will allow the knee to be slightly bent in this position. If the rider then places the heel of that foot on the pedal, the leg should be almost straight (Fig. A). Under no circumstances should the seat post extend from the frame beyond its Minimum Insertion or Maximum Extension mark. If your seat post extends from the frame beyond these markings, the seat post or frame may break, which could cause you to lose control and fall. Prior to your first ride, be sure to tighten the saddle adjusting mechanism properly. A loose saddle clamp or seat post binder can cause damage to the bicycle or can cause you to lose control and fall. Periodically check to make sure that the saddle adjusting mechanism is properly tightened. REACH - To obtain maximum comfort, the rider should not overextend his or her reach when riding. To adjust this distance, the position of the seat can be altered in relation to the seat post (Fig. B). HANDLEBAR HEIGHT - Maximum comfort usually obtained when the handlebar height is equal to the height of the seat. You may wish to try different heights to find the most comfortable position. Printed in China 2

3 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 The stem s Minimum Insertion mark must not be visible above the top of the headset. If the stem is extended beyond this mark, the stem may break or damage the fork s steer tube, which could cause you to lose control and fall. Failure to properly tighten the stem binder bolt, the handlebar binder bolt, or the bar end extension clamping bolts may compromise steering action, which could cause you to lose control and fall. Place the front wheel of the bicycle between your legs and attempt to twist the handlebar/stem assembly using a reasonable amount of force. If you can twist the stem in relation to the front wheel, turn the handlebars in relation to the stem, or turn the bar end extensions in relation to the handlebar, you must tighten the appropriate bolts accordingly (Fig. C). FOOT OPERATED BRAKES - Foot operated brakes allow the rider to pedal forward to accelerate the bicycle, and pedal backwards to brake. The harder you push back on the pedals, the more braking force is applied to the rear wheel. In most cases a foot operated brake is strong enough to lock up (stop the wheel from turning) the rear wheel and cause the tire to skid. While this will decelerate the bicycle quickly, it will also cause unnecessary wear on the tire, and terrain, and can cause a loss of steering control. It is recommended to practice braking so that you have control over how quickly the bicycle comes to a stop. It is also important to know the environment that you are riding on. For example, a dry paved road is very predictable when stopping. But if you add rain, gravel, snow or anything else, the rider needs to be extra careful.and allow extra stopping distance, and slow down before turning. The rider should also be careful as terrain changes can make it difficult to keep the bicycle at a controlled speed. Printed in China 3

4 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS WEAR A SAFETY HELMET We recommend wearing a helmet or hard hat while riding your bicycle/tricycle. Make sure your helmet meets or exceeds ANSI and Snell safety standards. Look for standard certification label inside the helmet. RIDING WITHOUT A HELMET MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT. ADJUST THE HEIGHT FOR BEST FIT- You can raise or lower the seat post according to your height. You can also tilt the handle bar back or forth for the most convenient position. Riding a tricycle does not require the balancing and coordination skills as in riding a bicycle. Nevertheless, you need to learn the basic concept of riding and familiarize yourself with special handing and riding techniques that are unique to this type of tricycle. You must learn to handle the tricycle in different surface conditions. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH LOCAL AND STATE LAWS AND ORDINANCES If you plan to ride your bicycle/tricycle on the streets or public trails or bike routes, you must learn about the laws regulating bicycle riding as well as minimum safety equipment requirements. Most states and cities require the use of hand signals by all bicycle riders. Learn these signals and use them every time you are riding on a road or street. ALWAYS RIDE SINGLE FILE ON A ROAD OR STREET. If you plan to use bicycle/tricycle in a work place where other workers and vehicles are present, we recommend you install safety devices such as a horn, light, bell, mirror, and safety flag. Depending on the situation, you may need one or more of these safety devices. CHECK YOUR BICYCLE/TRICYCLE BEFORE YOU RIDE Check the air pressure, the brakes, and other safety equipment. Make sure all components are securely attached. Pay particular attention to the saddle, handlebar, wheel axle nuts, and pedals. NEVER USE HEADPHONES OR DEVICES THAT MAY IMPAIR YOUR HEARING ABILITY WHILE RIDING A BIKE In many states it is illegal to use headphones while riding a bicycle. Printed in China 4

5 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 SAFE RIDING AT NIGHT We do not recommend riding your bicycle/tricycle in dark. If you have to ride at night or in dark areas, please follow these rules: LIGHTS You should equip your bicycle/tricycle with high quality bicycle head light for the front, usually mounted on the handle bar, and blinking red light mounted on the rear, normally below the saddle. If the rear basket is installed, mount the rear light or reflector at the rear side of the basket where it is visible. REFLECTORS Your bicycle/tricycle is equipped with a set of reflectors, mounted on the front and rear as well as on the wheel spokes. Your bicycle/tricycle should reflect light from all directions. Make sure your reflectors are clean and mounted correctly. Please refer to major standard parts and component section of this manual for more information about the reflectors. Your bicycle also comes with reflector-mounted pedals. REFLECTIVE GEAR We recommend you use additional reflective gear such as reflective safety vest, reflective helmet, or safety flag. Always wear light color apparel when riding at night. SAFETY FLAGS Safety flags are excellent for riding in high traffic areas. Mounted on the rear axle and extending about 6 feet above the ground, they allow others to spot a rider further away. SAFE RIDING IN WET CONDITIONS Here are a few tips to help make riding in wet or slick conditions safer: RIDE SLOWLY Your brakes performance is greatly reduced in wet conditions. Lower speed helps you control the bike if you have to make a sudden stop. SPECIAL NOTE ON REAR COASTER BRAKE Your bicycle/tricycle is equipped with a rear coaster brake (foot brake). It is important that you minimize the chances of your foot slipping off the pedal when braking. Wearing shoes with non-slip rubber soles or use of non-slip pedals is highly recommended for areas with high rate of precipitation. ENHANCE YOUR HANDLEBAR GRIP The handlebar is the primary control component of your bicycle and you must be sure you have a firm grip of the handlebar in all conditions. Using gloves when riding your bike helps minimize loss of grip in wet conditions. FENDERS Fenders protect the rider from water and mud splashes. Printed in China 5

6 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 SAFE RIDING ON STREETS LEARN ABOUT YOUR STATE AND LOCAL BICYCLING LAWS You should obtain a copy of your local and state bicycling laws. Many bike shops have a copy of the laws. You can also obtain a copy at your nearest highway patrol office or your area cycling club. Learn these laws thoroughly; they can save you life. DO NOT RIDE AGAINST TRAFFIC Stay as far right as possible and allow room for cars to pass you as easily as possible. Try avoiding two-lane roads with narrow shoulders or highways with high traffic. RIDE DEFENSIVELY Always give an auto the right of way. Be on the look out for cars coming into the road from driveways, parking lots, or side streets. Make eye contact with the driver to make sure he/she can see you. WATCH FOR PEDESTRIANS Use your horn or bell to make sure pedestrians can hear you are coming or passing from behind. WATCH OUT FOR ROAD HAZARDS One of the most common road hazards are pot holes, cracks in the asphalt or concrete pavement, railroad tracks, rocks, wires, tree limbs, sand and loose gravel. Any one of these hazards can cause you to lose control. If necessary, dismount and walk your bike over or around the hazard. Do not ride on railroad tracks. BE CAREFUL AROUND PARKED CARS When approaching parked cars, be on the look out for people getting in or out of parked cars. Allow a safe distance between your bike and parked cars with passengers to avoid possible collision with open doors. OBEY ALL TRAFFIC SIGNS Stop signs, yield signs, and stop lights should be observed. Remember to use hand signals when turning or stopping. DO NOT HITCH A RIDE ON A BIKE Never hold on to another vehicle in order to hitch a ride. DO NOT CARRY CHILDREN OR PETS IN THE CARGO AREA Cargo Carrying Recommendations Your bicycle/tricycle is designed to carry light cargo. Weight distribution of cargo is very important. Do not stack cargo too high. Whether you use a basket, platform, or truck for carrying cargo, make sure that 75% of the weight is centered directly above the rear axle of the tricycle. Do not allow cargo to extend more than 10 beyond the edge of rear tires. Spread the load evenly in the cargo area and secure all loose parts or boxed. Basket liners help keep small parts and objects from falling through the basket. Do not attempt to jump a curb or a speed bump. Riding on uneven surfaces or jumping the curb may damage the frame or fork, especially when bicycle/tricycle is loaded. Printed in China 6

7 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 WARNING Due to size and weight of cargo tricycles, avoid narrow sidewalks and off-road bicycle trails. Also avoid roads or ramps with steep grade. When riding down a ramp or hill, exercise extreme caution and slow down, using both brakes. Avoid sharp turns at high speeds. The assembler is cautioned against the danger of damaging the handlebar stem assembly and possible injury to the rider in over tightening the expander bolt and expander wedge. Tools Needed From left to right is: (1) 10" phillips screwdriver (2) 8" Adjustable spanner (3) M8 allen wrench (4) M6 allen wrench (5) 13mm - 15mm open end wrench (6) 8mm - 10mm open end wrench Bicycle Assembly Guide (Applicable models: 33X824 and 33X830) This product will require two people to install Step 1 Place the bicycle frame as shown in the figure 1. Printed in China 7

8 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Step 2 Install the front fender, tighten the above bolt but do not tighten the following four bolts (Fig. 2). Step 3 (a) Hold bicycle by the kickstand. (b) Install the front wheel. (c) Tighten the four bolts of the front fender (Fig. 3). Step 4 (a) Install the handle bar, saddle and two pedals (Fig. 4). (b) Pumping up tires. (c) The bicycle assembly is complete. Printed in China 8

9 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Tricycle Assembly Guide (Applicable models: 33X825, 33X829, 33X832, 33X833) This product will require two people to install Step 1 Place the tricycle frame as shown in the figure 1. Step 2 Install the rear axle, and do not tighten the four bolts (Fig. 2). Step 3 Install the three wheels (Fig. 3). Printed in China 9

10 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Step 4 Install the coaster brake hub, do not tighten the one bolt and two nuts (Fig. 4). Step 5 (a) Install the long chain. (b) Make sure the coaster brake sprocket is lined up with the chainwheel. (c) Apply tension to the long chain by pulling back the coaster brake sprocket. About 1/2" of slack when pressing the center of long chain is ideal. (d) Tighten the two nuts and one bolt (Fig. 5 & 5-1). Printed in China 10

11 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Step 6 (a) Install the short chain. (b) Make sure the coaster brake sprocket is lined up with the rear axle sprocket. (c) Tighten the set screw (Fig. 6). Step 7 (a) Apply tension to the short chain by pulling the front and rear frames apart. About 3/8" of slack when pressing the center of short chain. (b) While applying tension, tighten the front and its opposite bolts (Fig.7). Step 8 (a) Install the handle bar, front reflector, saddle, brake cable, three fenders (please install rear reflectors before installing rear fenders), two pedals, chain cover and basket or cabinet (Fig. 8). (b) Pumping up tires. (c) The tricycle assembly is complete. Printed in China 11

12 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Installing Front Basket (Applicable models: 33X824, 33X825, 33X829, 33X830, 33X832, 33X833) Step 1 Install two steel brackets on the handle bar and do not tighten the two bolts (Fig. 1). Step 2 Install the middle bracket and do not tighten the two bolts (Fig. 2). Step 3 Install the bottom bracket and do not tighten the two bolts (Fig. 3). Printed in China 12

13 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Step 4 Put the front basket on bicycle and do not tighten the two bolts (Fig. 4). Step 5 (a) Loosen the nut. (b) Align holes on the bottom bracket with holes on the frame. (c) Tighten the nut (Fig. 5). Step 6 Tighten all the bolts of step one to step four and the front basket installation is complete (Fig. 6). Printed in China 13

14 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Installing Rear Basket (Applicable models: 33X824 and 33X830) Step 1 Loosen the bolt and remove the quick release (Fig. 1). Step 2 Loosen the front and its opposite bolts (Fig. 2). Step 3 (a) Align the two holes on the rear basket with the two holes on the frame. (b) The bolt of quick release goes through the four holes. (c) Tighten the quick release (Fig. 3). Printed in China 14

15 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Step 4 (a) Align the holes on the fender frame with the holes on the rear basket frame. (b) Tighten the front and its opposite bolts (Fig. 4). Step 5 The rear basket installation is complete (Fig. 5). Printed in China 15

16 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X824 Repair Parts List for 33X824 Ref. Part Ref. Part Description Qty. Description No. Number No. Number Qty. 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 10 Chain Cover MH33X82407G 1 2 Handle Bar * 1 11 Stand MH33X82408G 1 3 Front Reflector MH33X82402G 2 12 Crank MH33X82409G 1 (On Basket) 13 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 4 Front Fork * 1 14 Chain MH33X82411G 1 5 Fender * 2 15 Rear Wheel Bearing MH33X82412G 1 6 Tire MH33X82403G 2 16 Rear Reflector MH33X82413G 1 7 Tube MH33X82404G 2 17 Saddle MH33X82414G 1 8 Front Wheel Bearing MH33X82405G 1 18 Seat Post * 1 9 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 2 19 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Printed in China 16

17 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X825 Repair Parts List for 33X825 Ref. Part Ref. Part Description Qty. Description No. Number No. Number Qty. 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 13 Crank MH33X82517G 1 2 Handle Bar * 1 14 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 3 Front Brake Bearing MH33X82501G 1 15 Long Chain MH33X82508G 1 4 Front Reflector MH33X82502G 1 16 Coaster Brake MH33X82509G 1 5 Front Fork * 1 17 Short Chain MH33X82510G 1 6 Front Fender * 1 18 Rear Fender (right) MH33X82511G 1 7 Brake Shoe MH33X82503G 2 19 Rear Reflector MH33X82512G 2 8 Tire MH33X82504G 3 20 Rear Axle Bearing MH33X82513G 1 9 Tube MH33X82505G 3 21 Rear Basket MH33X82514G 1 10 Wheel Bearing MH33X82506G 3 22 Saddle MH33X82515G 1 11 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 3 23 Rear Fender (left) MH33X82516G 1 12 Chain Cover MH33X82507G 1 24 Seat Post * 1 25 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Printed in China 17

18 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X829 Repair Parts List for 33X829 Ref. Part Ref. Part Description Qty. Description No. Number No. Number Qty. 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 13 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 2 Handle Bar * 1 14 Long Chain MH33X82508G 1 3 Front Brake Bearing MH33X82501G 1 15 Coaster Brake MH33X82509G 1 4 Front Reflector MH33X82502G 1 16 Short Chain MH33X82510G 1 5 Front Fork * 1 17 Rear Fender (right) MH33X82511G 1 6 Front Fender * 1 18 Rear Reflector MH33X82512G 2 7 Brake Shoe MH33X82503G 2 19 Rear Axle Bearing MH33X82513G 1 8 Solid Wheel MH33X82902G 3 20 Rear Basket MH33X82514G 1 9 Solid Wheel Bearing MH33X82901G 3 21 Saddle MH33X82515G 1 10 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 3 22 Rear Fender (left) MH33X82516G 1 11 Chain Cover MH33X82507G 1 23 Seat Post * 1 12 Crank MH33X82517G 1 24 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Printed in China 18

19 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X830 Repair Parts List for 33X830 Ref. No. Description 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 10 Chain Cover MH33X82407G 1 2 Handle Bar * 1 11 Stand MH33X82408G 1 3 Front Reflector MH33X82402G 2 12 Crank MH33X82409G 1 (On Basket) 13 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 4 Front Fork * 1 14 Chain MH33X82411G 1 5 Fender * 2 15 Rear Wheel Bearing MH33X82412G 1 6 Tire MH33X82403G 2 16 Rear Reflector MH33X82413G 1 7 Tube MH33X82404G 2 17 Saddle MH33X82414G 1 8 Front Wheel Bearing MH33X82405G 1 18 Seat Post * 1 9 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 2 19 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Part Number Qty. Ref. No. Description Part Number Qty. Printed in China 19

20 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X832 Repair Parts List for 33X832 Ref. Part Ref. Part Description Qty. Description No. Number No. Number Qty. 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 14 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 2 Handle Bar * 1 15 Long Chain MH33X82508G 1 3 Front Brake Bearing MH33X82501G Speed with MH33X83201G 1 4 Front Reflector MH33X82502G 1 Coaster Brake 5 Front Fork * 1 17 Short Chain MH33X82510G 1 6 Front Fender * 1 18 Rear Fender (right) MH33X82511G 1 7 Brake Shoe MH33X82503G 2 19 Rear Reflector MH33X82512G 2 8 Tire MH33X82504G 3 20 Rear Axle Bearing MH33X82513G 1 9 Tube MH33X82505G 3 21 Rear Basket MH33X82514G 1 10 Wheel Bearing MH33X82506G 3 22 Saddle MH33X82515G 1 11 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 3 23 Rear Fender (left) MH33X82516G 1 12 Chain Cover MH33X82507G 1 24 Seat Post * 1 13 Crank MH33X82517G 1 25 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Printed in China 20

21 For Repair Parts, call hours a day 365 days a year Please provide following information: -Model number -Serial number (if any) -Part description and number as shown in parts list 33X833 Repair Parts List for 33X833 Ref. Part Ref. Part Description Qty. Description No. Number No. Number Qty. 1 Grip MH33X82401G 2 13 Crank MH33X82517G 1 2 Handle Bar * 1 14 Pedal MH33X82410G 2 3 Front Brake Bearing MH33X82501G 1 15 Long Chain MH33X82508G 1 4 Front Reflector MH33X82502G 1 16 Coaster Brake MH33X82509G 1 5 Front Fork * 1 17 Short Chain MH33X82510G 1 6 Front Fender * 1 18 Rear Fender (right) MH33X82511G 1 7 Brake Shoe MH33X82503G 2 19 Rear Reflector MH33X82512G 2 8 Tire MH33X82504G 3 20 Rear Axle Bearing MH33X82513G 1 9 Tube MH33X82505G 3 21 Rear Cabinet * 1 10 Wheel Bearing MH33X82506G 3 22 Saddle MH33X82515G 1 11 Wheel Reflector MH33X82406G 3 23 Rear Fender (left) MH33X82516G 1 12 Chain Cover MH33X82507G 1 24 Seat Post * 1 25 Quick Release MH33X82415G 1 (*) Not available as a repair part. Printed in China 21

22 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 BASIC MAINTENANCE To make sure that it stays in good condition for many years of service, we suggest the following: CLEANING AND LUBRICATION Keeping your bicycle/tricycle clean not only enhances the appearance of your bike, but also helps maintain the performance of vital components. The following is the recommended procedure for cleaning your bike. 1. Do not wipe off dry dirt or mud as it can scratch the painted surface. First wet your bike thoroughly with clean water, and then wipe off dirt with a sponge or cloth. 2. Remove loose dirt on the gears, chain, hubs and wheels. 3. Wipe off wet parts with a clean dry cloth. All moving components of the bike require lubrication. Certain components such as headset, bottom bracket, and hub bearings should be taken apart by an experienced bicycle technician and lubricated with special bearing grease. Oil or other lubricants for such parts should not be used. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE If you feel comfortable and have the proper tools you can perform most basic maintenance such as lubrication, tire/tube maintenance, adjusting chain tension, and tightening nuts and bolts. Special attention should be given to crank locknut and coaster brake axle nuts. FIXING A FLAT TIRE There will be a time when you need to fix a flat tire. You can either take the bike to a bicycle shop or fix the flat yourself. You can fix a flat following these simple steps: TOOLS NEEDED: 2 tire levers, one frame mounted bicycle pump, axle nut wrench, a rag or cloth, and a tube patch kit. 1. Remove the wheel with a flat tire. If you are removing the front wheel, you will need to disconnect the front brake cable and brake arm from the fork. 2. Open the valve and squeeze the remaining air out of the tube. To open the valve, using a small screwdriver or tip of a tire lever, press on the valve pin. 3. Loosen the tire bead from the rim by squeezing the flat tire and pushing it inward. Repeat this all around the tire, making sure that the bead is loose. Printed in China 22

23 Models 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X Pry one side of the tire bead up over the edge and insert the tire lever under the bead by about 1/4. DO NOT USE ANY LEVERS WITH SHARP POINTS SUCH AS A SCREW DRIVER OR A KNIFE. 5. Pull the tube from under the tire, leaving the tire on the rim. If you are on the road with a flat tire, we recommend you carry a spare tube with you. It is much more convenient. You can patch the flat tube later when you get back home and keep it for later use. 6. Follow patch kit s instructions for patching the leak. Inflate the tube before putting the tube back to check for any other leaks. If no other leaks are found, deflate the tube. Dismount the tire from the rim. Feel around the inside of the tire to find the cause. Check the rim for any damage or sharp objects. Wipe the rim and inside the tire clean. 7. Work one side of the tire over the edge of the rim. The other side should hang out. Inflate the tube slightly to form a round shape. Start working the tube under the tire by first inserting the valve into the valve hole. 8. When the tube is mounted over the rim and under one side of the tire, try pushing the other side of tire bead over the edge of the rim. Once you reach the last 2 inches use the palm of your hand to slide the rest of the tire over the rim. Try not using the tire lever at this time as the lever can pinch the tube and cause a puncture. Most tires can be mounted on the rim without the use of a tool. 9. Check the bead of the tire and make sure you do not see any part of the tube left out or pinched under. The bead must be seated within the wall of the rim. 10. Inflate the tire by pumping 4 or 5 strokes. Check the tire seating and make sure the bead is not hanging out of the edge of the rim. 11. You can now inflate the tire to the proper pressure indicated on the sidewall. If you do not have a pressure gauge, inflate until you cannot press the tire in more than 1/ Screw the valve cap on the valve and install the wheel back on the bike. When installing the front wheel, make sure that the wheel is centered on the fork as you tighten the axle nuts. REPLACING FRONT BRAKE SHOES A worn-out brake shoe must be replaced as soon as the depth of rubber thread is 1/8 or less. To replace the shoes, remove the nuts and washer using a 5mm Allen wrench. When replacing the shoes, leave about 1mm gap between the shoes and the wheel s side-wall. Also make sure that the shoes are centered on the side-wall. BRAKE SHOES MUST NOT RUB AGAINST THE TIRE OR HANG BELOW THE WHEEL S SIDEWALL. Printed in China 23

24 Industrial Bicycles/Tricycles 33X824, 33X825, 33X829,33X830,33X832 and 33X833 Notes Printed in China 24

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