We have provided below some instructions and tips on various Mutts Scooter Parts and Tool

GENERAL COMMON SENSE AND GOOD PRACTICE

Scooting, stunts and tricks can be dangerous and the correct clothing and equipment should be used at all times. Always check your scooter over before using it to make sure that nothing has come loose or needs fixing since you last rode it.

CONTENTS LIST OF ITEMS BELOW

Bearing Press Instructions

Bearing Remover Instructions

Pro 4 Quad Clamp Fitting Instructions

AluPro QuikPegz Fitting Instructions

Deck Trim Fitting Instructions

 

Mutts Bearing Press Instructions

MUTTS PRO TOOL - BEARING PRESS FOR SCOOTER WHEELS

The Bearing Press is comprised of the two handles, left and right, and one washer.

Instructions:

  1. Grease the inside of the wheel core.
  2. Position the bearing onto the greased wheel core and pass the threaded bolt attached to the tool handle through the centre of the bearing first and then through the wheel.
  3. Next, on the other side of the wheel, place the washer over the end of the bolt, push it up to the wheel and then start to screw the second handle onto the bolt.
  4. Now wind the second handle clockwise until it begins to press the washer against the wheel. Continue to turn the handle and tighten until the bearing on the other side is fully pressed into the wheel. STOP TURNING WHEN THE BEARING IS IN THE WHEEL!
  5. Unwind the handles, remove and turnover the wheel and repeat the process for the second bearing – remember to insert the bearing spacer into the wheel before the second bearing is tightened into place.
  6. Unwind the handles and remove the wheel – Job Done – perfect bearings every time.

 

Mutts Bearing Remover Instructions

1)        The Bearing Tool Kit is made up of 3 parts – Handle, Lug and Allen Key.

2)        Ensure that the small lug is inserted in the end of the bearing tool, but not tight.

3)        Push the end of the bearing tool through the centre of the bearings.

4)        Align the end of the tool (not the lug) with the edge of the bearing.

5)        Insert the allen  key into the lug, hold the handle end firmly while you tighten the lug fully hand-tight.

6)        Once the bearing tool has gripped the bearing, remove the allen key, hold the wheel in two hands either side and firmly tap the handle of the tool onto a solid surface,(preferable a block of wood because concrete surfaces will damage the tool handle) and tap firmly until the bearing pops out.

7)        Use the allen key to loosen the lug (do not remove the lug completely) and the bearing will slide off the end of the tool.

8)        Turn the wheel over and repeat for the other bearing.

IMPORTANT INJURY WARNING – DO NOT HOLD THE WHEEL IN ONE HAND WHEN TAPPING OUT THE BEARING AND MAKE SURE THAT YOUR HANDS ARE CLEAR OF THE CENTRE OF THE WHEEL TO AVOID THE BEARING AND TOOL STRIKING AND INJURING YOUR HAND WHEN IT POPS OUT. PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY - ALL TOOLS CAN BE DANGEROUS IF NOT USED CORRECTLY.

 

 Pro 4 Quad Clamp Fitting Instructions

IMPORTANT—MAKE SURE YOU TIGHTEN THE SCREWS STARTING WITH THE TOP FIRST

1) Slide the clamp over the end of your scooter bars until the end of the bars are level with the bottom of the clamp. The clamp is designed to be a very tight fit so you may need to twist and tap it into place.

2) Insert the scooter bar onto the fork spindle and make sure that it is pushed fully down.

3) Tighten the clamp starting with the top screw and progressively work your way down all four screws. We recommend that you half tighten each screw first time, and then fully tighten each of them in sequence to achieve and even compression. Each screw needs to be fully hand-tight. Beware of over-tightening screws to avoid shearing the threads.

4) Make sure you test that the scooter bar and clamp are fitted correctly before attempting to ride the scooter.

5) If in doubt, always refer back to the scooter manufacturers own instructions when installing the bars.

 

ALUPRO QUIKPEGZ FITTING INSTRUCTIONS

 

The QuikPegz is made up of two parts –  The QuikPegz and the M6 Allen Bolt

QuikPegz are designed to be used on the front or rear axle and are shaped to fit most scooters without any further modification. Some scooters and forks come with a 'nut' ended axle and you may need to change this for a standard axle to fit the pegz.

The steel allen bolt is able to screw tightly into the threaded steel axle and is long enough to support the whole peg which makes it stronger than normal hollow pegs.

1. Remove the screw on the end of the axle using a 5mm allen key2. Place the Peg Bolt into the QuikPegz and insert the bolt into the axle.

3. Initially screw in by hand and then tighten fully with a 5mm allen key.

4. Job done—but make sure that the axle and peg is secure before riding the scooter

 

PICTURE OF AXLE PEGZ FITTED TO A STANDARD FRONT AND BACK AXLE

 

 

DECK TRIM FITTING INSTRUCTIONS

Each Deck Trim set includes the two deck trim and two self drilling fixing screws, and are designed to fit Razor Ultra Pro Decks

1)        At the rear forks, loosen the axle screws and remove the axle.

2)        Place the Deck Trim on either side of the deck (with the pointed end at the front).

3)        The pre-drilled holes on the Deck Trim will line up with the rear axle bolt holes.

4)        Re-insert the axle and replace the screw on the other side.

5)        Tighten the axle screws so that they fix the Deck Trim to the deck. Do not fully tighten yet.

6)        At the front end of the Deck Trim, there are two more pre drilled holes.

7)        The self drilling and taping screws are inserted here to fix the front to the deck.

8)        An electric screwdriver is best used for this, and we recommend that it is done by an adult. A hand screwdriver can also be used but either way we recommend that installation is done by an adult or under adult supervision.

9)        Make sure that you have the correct size screw bit/head and that it is not worn, because the screw will be a tight fit and will need good fit and tension.

10)     If preferred, installation of the front screws can be done by pre-drilling a hole in the deck prior to inserting the screw, but this should not be necessary.  

11)      After fixing the front deck screws, return to the axle and fully tighten the screws.

12)     NOTE – some screw heads for rear axles can be slightly larger than the deck trim itself, but this is not a problem and in these cases the screws can simply be tightened into the Deck Trim for a tight fit.

DOUBLE CHECK THAT ALL SCREWS HAVE BEEN TIGHTEND FULLY BEFORE RIDING THE SCOOTER

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE - MUTTS SCOOTERS HAS PROVIDED THESE GUIDANCE AND INSTALLATION NOTES FOR YOUR HELP AND SAFETY.

HOWEVER, MUTTS SCOOTERS DOES NOT ACCEPT LIABILITY FOR ANY INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT MAY BE SUSTAINED BY A RIDER OR THE SCOOTER AND ITS PARTS. SCOOTER RIDING, FREESTYLE AND STUNT RIDING CAN BE DANGEROUS OR HAZARDAOUS SPORTS AND RESPONSIBILITY RESTS ENTIRELY WITH THE RIDER AND THE PARENTAL SUPERVISION FOR YOUR SAFETY AND WELL BEING.

PLEASE RIDE SAFELY AND WEAR THE CORRECT SAFETY EQUIPMENT AT ALL TIMES.

 

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