Schwinn IC Evolution SR Service Specifications

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The following pages are to educate dealers/service technicians on the basic maintenance and service for the
SCHWINNIndoor Cycling bikes. By following the enclosed instructions and maintenance schedule, you will
extend the life of your bikes and help ensure the equipment will withstand hours of use in your home/facility.
ENCLOSED YOU WILL FIND:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Recommended Tools and Lubes
Assembly Instructions
Recommended Stock Levels
Recommended Repairs on moving parts
Daily and weekly maintenance schedule
Monthly maintenance
Troubleshooting
Exploded Drawing / Parts List
SCHWINNProduct Warranty
Warranty procedures
If you have additional questions on service, please contact your authorized dealer or call us at 800-785-9073.
RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND LUBES FOR ASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
TOOLS :
Torque wrench-showing lbf/in. or ibf/ft.
Crank Puller (must use insert plug below for ISIS BB)
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12 x 1.0
Bottom Bracket tool
Pedal Wrench
BMX Freewheel tool
PART NUMBER
74523
71699
71715
71717
71695
74556
Smart Release™ Adjusting Tool
71709
LUBES:
SCHWINNFit-Tech Silicone Lube
Equipment Polish
SchwinnQuick Shot
Citrus Chain Wax
Citrus Foam Degreaser
72016
73200
72012
72013
72011
MISCELLANEOUS TOOLS :
3-mm Allen wrench (water bottle cage)
4-mm Allen wrench (chain guard’s)
10- mm socket or wrench
11- mm wrench
13 -mm socket or wrench
14- mm socket or wrench
8mm Allen Key for 3/8” socket driver
15- mm socket or wrench
Adjustable wrench
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ASSEMBLY I NSTRUCTIONS FOR THE 2006 SCHWINN INDOOR CYCLING E VOLUTION/E VOLUTION SR
BIKES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Prior to assembly, apply a coat of Equipment Polish (#73200) to all painted surfaces of the Schwinn
Bike.
Apply Quick Shot (#72012) to the threads on the pedals (#42) and to the threads of stainless steel
bolts (#39)
Mount the front and rear stabilizer (A&B) to the frame with Allen bolt (#39) and washer (#50) on each
side of stabilizer. Use the nut (#51) on the bottom and tighten with a 13-mm socket wrench. Be
certain to use grease on bolts (#39).
Use a torque wrench (#74523) and a 8mm Allen Key, tighten each crank bolt to 480 lbf/in (40 lbf/ft)
5.
Remove brake pads (#48) with 4-mm Allen wrench and saturate them with Fit-Tech Silicone Lube
(#72016). Then let air dry for 45 minutes before putting pads back on.
6.
Check the flywheel to ensure that it is lined up evenly with the frame. The chain should be snug, but
not so tight that it pops or makes a grinding noise. With the chain properly tensioned, the flywheel
should turn when rocking the crank arms.
7.
Use the pedal wrench (#71695) to attach the pedal to the crank arms. The pedal marked with an “R”
on the spindle has right-hand threads and tightens clockwise into the right crank arm (#2). The pedal
marked with an “L” on the spindle has left-hand threads and tightens counter-clockwise into the left
crank arm (#56).
Apply Fit-Tech Silicone lube (#72016) to the seat adjustment tubes (#26&27) and the handlebar tube
(#25).
8.
9.
10.
Level off the saddle to the seat post bracket (#27) using the 14-mm wrench and lock the bracket into
the seat post (#26) using the pop pin assembly (#44).
Insert the handlebar pop pin into the frame and secure with an adjustable wrench.
11.
Insert handlebar into frame.
12.
Using 3mm Allen Key supplied, mount both water bottle cages to the sides of the forks.
13.
Level the bike by screwing in or out the levelers #49, once level tighten leveler nut #38.
14.
Test ride the bike, them make any appropriate adjustments.
15.
To break in the resistance mechanism, we suggest that you tighten the resistance adjustment knob to
fully tight and leave it overnight. The following day you may release all the pressure from the
adjustment knob and the resistance mechanism should be broken in and ready for use.
RECOMMENDED STOCK LEVELS FOR THE SCHWINNEVOLUTION™ AND EVOLUTION™-SR BIKES
SCHWINNEvolution Maintenance Kit: For every 10 S CHWINNIndoor cycling bikes you may want to stock:
TOOLS:
P ART NUMBER
Crank Puller
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12
x 1.0 Bracket Tool
Bottom
Pedal Wrench
SCHWINNFit-Tech Silicone Lube
SCHWINNQuick Shot
Bottom Bracket (ISIS Overdrive)
Pair Brake Pads
71699
71715
71717
71695
72016
72012
84990
92874
Evolution Chain ½”x3/32”, 106L
Seat
95120
93092
QTY.
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
Pop Pin Assembly (Double Lead)
Plastic Sleeve
Square Nuts
Water Bottle Cages
84994
84966
98022
84998
1
1
5
3
These are the tools and lubes that the NAUTILUS support team uses to properly assemble, maintain and repair
the S CHWINNIndoor Cycling bikes. Whether you will perform all of the functions “in house” or through a
service contract with an authorized NAUTILUS dealer, we strongly recommend that you keep each of these
items in stock.
The items in the maintenance kits will provide your facility with the tools and SCHWINNparts to keep your
bikes in top condition.
RECOMMENDED REPAIRS ON COMMON MOVING P ARTS ON THE SCHWINN INDOOR CYCLING BIKES
Recommended Tools & Lubes
Tools needed
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
40.
11.
12.
13.
14.
14.
16.
17.
17.
Torque wrench w/ 8-mm Allen Key socket: used to tighten the crank bolts of crank arms to 480 lbf/in.
(Torque wrench part #74523)
Pedal wrench: Has 15-mm and 9/16" wrench to tighten and loosen pedals (part #71695)
Crank puller: needed to take off right and left crank arms (part #71699)
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12 x 1.0 (part# 71715).
Bottom bracket tool for ISIS Overdrive BB: used to take out bottom bracket from frame (part #71717)
Adjustable wrench: used to tighten or loosen the pop pin assembly from frame.
17-mm wrench: used to adjust the inside axle nuts closest to the flywheel bearings
15-mm wrench: used to loosen the outside axle nut on each side of the flywheel when tightening
chain
14-mm wrench: used to tighten the nuts of the seat bracket
13-mm wrench: needed during assembly for the front and back stabilizers nuts and bolts
11-mm wrench: used to tighten the larger bolt of the brake assembly
10-mm wrench: used to adjust chain tensioner bolts during chain tightening, transport wheel nut and
bolt, and front nut of the resistance assembly when centering brake pads.
8-mm wrench: goes to the smaller resistance knob nylon nut (older models) and smaller brake
assembly bolt
7-mm wrench: used to loosen guide rod nut when replacing guide rod springs
5-mm Allen wrench: Used to tighten the bolts on Evolution stabilizers.
4-mm Allen wrench: used to loosen the bolt of the brake pads and the Allen chain guard screws
(newer models)
3-mm Allen wrench: used for the screws of the water bottle cages
Smart Release™ adjusting tool: High quality tool specifically designed for use with the new adjustable
Smart Release™ mechanism. (2002+ model bikes and newer). (Part$ 71719).
Lubes needed
1.
SCHWINNFit-Tech Silicone Spray: recommended for the brake pads and all moving parts I.E., handle
bar post, seat post & slide, pop-pins, resistance knob etc. (part #72016)
2.
3.
SCHWINNEquipment Polish: recommended on a damp cloth when wiping down the frame after use
(part #73200)
SCHWINNCitrus Chain Wax: recommended to lubricate the chain through the rear hole in the chain
guard as the flywheel is rotating (part #72013)
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4.
SCHWINNQuick Shot: recommended for the threads of stabilizer bolts and pedals before tightening
to crank arms (part #72012)
H OW TO CHANGE A CHAIN IN THE 2006 S CHWINNINDOOR CYCLING P ROTM/ELITETM/EVOLUTION/SR BIKES
Tools needed
1.
14-mm Wrench or Socket
2.
10mm Wrench
3.
4-mm Allen wrench
Procedure
Caution: Never touch the chain with a cloth our your hand while the chain is moving. Use the 4mm Allen wrench to remove the 3 screws of the outer chain guard and take off the guard. The outer guard
slides off easiest with the right pedal at 10 o'clock. Use the 14-mm wrench or socket to remove each axle
nut from the flywheel axle. Remove the chain tensioner bolts with a 10-mm wrench, which will allow you to
take off each chain adjustment bracket. Carefully lower the flywheel to the bottom of the frame. You can
now take the old chain off and put the new chain on. Carefully lift the flywheel back into place on the frame.
Reinstall each bracket to the axle and tighten each bolt evenly so the flywheel stays aligned with the frame.
Adjust the chain tension by locating the point where the chain is tightest during one revolution of the crank.
Check the tension; you should be able to move the chain up/down a total of 3/8” (in either direction), at the
tightest point. Once the chain is adjusted, reattach the outside chain guard using the three 4-mm Allen
head screws. Make sure the chain is properly lubricated prior to testing the bike. Listen for any grinding,
which could be caused by the chain tension being too tight or the flywheel being out of alignment with the
frame. Make any final adjustments.
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HOW TO C HANGE A B OTTOM B RACKET IN THE 2006 SCHWINNI NDOOR C YCLING PRO /E LITE /EVOLUTION /SR
BIKES
Tools needed
1.
Bottom Bracket Tool
2.
Pedal Wrench
3.
Crank Puller
4.
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12 x 1.0
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Torque Wrench
14-mm Wrench
10-mm Wrench
4-mm Allen Wrench
3/8” drive Socket Wrench
Adjustable Wrench
11.
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12 x 1.0
11.
8-mm Allen Key wrench
Procedure
(Part-#71717)
(#71695)
(#71699)
17175
(#74523) w/8mm Allen key socket
(#71717)
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Caution: Never touch the chain with a cloth our your hand while the chain is moving. Use the 4mm Allen wrench to remove the 3 screws of the outer chain guard and take off the guard. Use the 14-mm
wrench to loosen each of the axle nuts. Use the 10-mm wrench to turn each of the chain tensioner bolts to
the left 2 half turns. This will loosen the chain tension enough to facilitate removal later. Carefully take the
chain off the right crank sprocket. Remove each crank bolt using the 8mm Allen Key wrench. Be certain to
remove the crank bolt washer from the crank arm before proceeding with the next step. Insert the ISIS
Insert plug into the BB spindle, thread into spindle using 8mm Allen Key until it is flush with the end of the
spindle. Screw the crank puller into the right crank arm snug the crank puller to the crank using an
adjustable wrench, turn the arm of the puller clock-wise until the crank slides off (repeat this step for the left
crank arm). Use your Bottom Bracket tool for ISIS Overdrive (#71717) with you adjustable wrench to
remove the “non-drive side” BB cup first. (The non-drive side BB is right hand threaded). Turn the wrench
counter clock-wise (left) to remove the cup. Repeat this step on the “drive side” of the bike (sprocket side),
this time turning the wrench clock-wise (right) to loosen the cup. (This cup is REVERSE threaded.) Before
putting the new bottom bracket into the frame, it is a good idea to inspect the threads for damage and to
apply blue LocTite to the cups for best results.
Install the new BB by threading the cartridge in from the drive side first. Carefully thread the BB in by hand
to ensure you do not cross the threads (remember the drive side threads are REVERSE, so turn the BB
counter clock-wise to tighten.) Use your torque wrench and BB tool to apply 570 lbf/in. (48 lbf/ft.). Repeat
this step on the non-drive side, remember the non-drive side BB threads are standard and tighten in the
clock-wise direction. Torque non-drive side BB cup to 570 lbf/in. with the torque wrench. Replace the crank
arms and torque crank bolts to 480 lbf/in . Carefully rotate the chain back onto the sprocket and retighten
the chain tensioner bolts. Be sure to tighten each bolt evenly so the flywheel stays aligned with the frame.
Reinstall the chain guard, make sure the chain tension and flywheel alignment are correct, (for instructions
on this, see the procedure on how to change a chain above.)
H OW TO CHANGE THE LEFT CRANK ARM OF THE SCHWINNINDOOR CYCLING BIKE
Tools needed
1.
Pedal Wrench
2.
8-mm Allen wrench
(SCHWINNPart -#71695)
(#74523) w/ 8mm Allen Key
3.
Torque Wrench
Socket
4.
Crank Puller
(#71699)
5.
Adjustable Wrench
6.
3/8” Socket Wrench
7.
ISIS Insert Plug for Crank Puller, M12 x 1.0
(#71715)
Procedure
Remove the left pedal using the 15-mm side of the pedal wrench, by turning wrench (clockwise) toward the
back of the bike. Remove the crank bolt using the 8mm Allen Key wrench, be careful to also remove the
washer from inside the crank arm before proceeding to the next step. Insert the ISIS plug into the spindle,
using the 8mm Allen Key wrench, thread the plug into the spindle until it is flush with the spindle end.
Thread the crank puller into the left crank arm, snug crank puller down using an adjustable wrench. Rotate
the handle of the puller clockwise until the left crank comes off. Apply a liberal amount of grease to the
spliced ends of the ISIS Overdrive spindle, it is MANDATORY that these splines be well greased before
installing the crank arm. Place the new left crank onto the bottom bracket. Grease the threads of the crank
bolt and tighten the crank bolt to 480 lbf/. Re-lube the threads of the left pedal and tighten turning the
pedal wrench toward the front of the bike (counterclockwise).
H OW TO ADJUST THE NEW ADJUSTABLE SMART RELEASE ™ MECHANISM
Tools needed
1.
Smart Release™ Adjusting Tool
Procedure
(SCHWINN Part -#71709)
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Only a mechanic trained to work on SCHWINN® IC bicycles should perform this procedure.
Adjustments to release pressure of the patented Smart Release™ mechanism should only be performed to
restore the mechanism to factory specifications. Never attempt to lock out the Smart Release™ mechanism
by over tightening the adjustment plate. Adjustments to the Smart Release™ mechanism can be performed
without disassembling the bike. The only tool necessary is the Smart Release™ adjusting tool (Part #
71709): It is advisable to have a 45 or 50 LB dumbbell available.
Prior to adjusting the release pressure of the mechanism it is recommended to ride the bike and purposely
force the Smart Release™ mechanism to break free. Do this by pedaling up to a moderate cadence with
little or no resistance on the flywheel, applying back pressure to the cranks sufficient to release the
mechanism (ONLY PERFORM THIS PROCESS IF YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH AND TRAINED TO
WORK ON SCHWINN® SMART RELEASE™MECHANISM). Repeat this process several times to ensure
that the mechanism is up to operating temperature and to feel the initial setting of the mechanism.
To adjust the mechanism, insert the Smart Release™ adjusting tool from the front of the bike into the space
between the chain guard and the flywheel. Rotate the flywheel until the 7-mm-diameter hole in the Smart
Release™ adjusting plate (#66 in the Fig. 1 below) is visible from the front of the bike. Secure the flywheel
from rotating by tightening the resistance mechanism until it provides significant force on the flywheel. In
order to reproduce the factory setting in the field; place a 45- or 50 LB dumbbell on the right side pedal
(chain guard side) with the crank in the 9 o’clock position. When properly adjusted the Smart Release™
mechanism should break free allowing the crank arm to rotate down under this amount of load. With the
dumbbell in place and the flywheel locked from rotating, Insert the tool such that the bend in the tool
corresponds to the shape of the flywheel (see Fig. 2 below). Carefully insert the pin of the tool into the hole
of the Smart Release™ adjusting plate (#66). Hold the tool with your left-hand, hold the outer edge of the
flywheel with your right hand. To increase the release pressure (make the breakaway force higher) pull the
handle of the tool UP toward the top of the flywheel (see Fig. 3). Only small movements in the adjusting
ring are necessary to effect the release pressure, generally no more than 45 – 50 degrees movement of the
tool handle are required for proper adjustment of the release pressure. To decrease the release pressure
(make the breakaway force lower), push the handle of the adjusting tool DOWN toward the bottom of the
flywheel (see Fig. 3). Once the proper tension has been achieved, the technician should test ride the bike to
ensure the factory specified resistance has been achieved.
Attempts to over tighten the Smart Release™ mechanism can result in damage to the pin of the
Smart Release™ adjusting tool, adjusting plate #66 or the conical spring #64. The adjustable
Smart Release™ mechanism is NOT designed to be locked up completely. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
TIGHTEN THE MECHANISM BEYOND FACTORY SPECIFIED SETTINGS!
Fig 1 Ref. Page 15
70
54
66
67
53
55
54
64
37
7
Fig. 2.
Fig. 3
Up to tighten
Down to loosen
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MAINTENANCE
D AILY MAINTENANCE
Every day at the end of your last Indoor Cycling Class, have each member release the brake resistance on
the S CHWINN® bike so the brake pads do not contact the flywheel, and wipe down the bike using SCHWINN®
equipment polish (#73200) with a clean, damp cloth. This will help clean and protect your SCHWINN® bike.
We also suggest you remove the handlebars from the head tube to allow the handlebar tube and sleeve to
dry properly. (Note: Never operate the bike without brake resistance! Always increase the brake resistance
prior to use.
After each class, wipe down your SCHWINN ® bike with a clean cloth. Pay special attention to the hardware
areas where perspiration could settle. Example: handlebars.
It is also a good idea to reapply Schwinn Fit-Tech Silicone Spray to the Handle bar and Seat post sliders to
keep them running smooth in the sleeves.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
Inspect your S CHWINN® Indoor cycling bike for loose parts, nuts, bolts, etc. Pay special attention to the brake
assembly and both the seat and handlebar pop-pins. This action will help prolong the service life of your
SCHWINN® Indoor Cycling bike.
Lubricate the chain using Schwinn Citrus Chain Wax or other chain lubricant containing Teflon®.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE CHECK
Check the chain to ensure that it is properly adjusted. Move the crank arms back and forth; if there is more
than ¼” movement in the chain before the flywheel turns, you will need to tighten the chain. To do this,
simply loosen the flywheel axle nuts (# 21) then rotate the chain tensioner bolts (#27) clockwise by a ½
turn. NOTE: Make sure that you adjust both sides equally so that the flywheel remains in alignment with the
frame.
Check the crank bolts with a torque wrench (#74523) to ensure that the bolts remain tight but torque does
not exceed 480 lbf/.
Ensure that both pedals are secured and properly attached to the crank arms. Crossed threads can be
caused by allowing your clients to change their own pedals. Trained personnel must do pedal changes.
Crossed threads do not qualify for warranty replacement.
Check all handlebar and seat pop-pins to ensure that they are tight and operating smoothly.
WARNING
Use extreme care when servicing the Schwinn® Indoor cycling bike with the chain guard
removed. If your fingers or other parts of the body come into contact with moving parts
inside the bike, amputation or other serious injury may occur. Prior to commencing any
maintenance on the chain drive, familiarize yourself with all moving parts. Never leave a
Schwinn® bike unattended with the chain guard removed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
A loud squealing sound from the brake pads – Using a 4-mm Allen Wrench, take off the bolt and spring
then slide pads out of the assembly. There is no need to remove the shroud from the Evolution model in
order to remove the pads. If the pads look glossy or shiny, you will need to rough up the surface with a wire
brush. After doing so, the pads need to be saturated with S CHWINN ® Fit-Tech Silicone (#72016). Tighten the
bolt and spring to the pads only finger-tight. This will create longer life for the brake pads on your bike.
Tight resistance assembly – (The brake pads touching the flywheel with the resistance knob turned all the
way to the left). Turn the resistance knob all the way to the right and let sit over night. This will relax the
guide rod springs allowing space between the pads and the flywheel.
Brake pads off-center - Use a 10-mm wrench to loosen the nylon nut (# 95456) on the front of the bike.
This will allow you adjust the brake assembly until the brakes are evenly spaced from the flywheel. Retighten
the nylon nut using moderate torque.
Play in the Chain - (chain is too loose). Use a 14-mm wrench or socket to loosen each axle nut of the
flywheel. Use a 10-mm wrench and turn each chain tensioner bolt ¼ turn to the right. Get on the bike and
check for any play in the chain by rocking back and forth on the pedals. Once the pedals and the flywheel are
moving as one, tighten the axle nuts on the flywheel. Make sure the flywheel remains in alignment with the
frame.
Grind in the Chain – (chain is too tight or flywheel is out of alignment with frame). Loosen each axle nut
using a 14-mm wrench. Adjust the 10-mm chain tensioner bolts to align the flywheel with the frame. Make
sure that the chain tension is adjusted properly without being too tight. Adjust the chain tension by locating
the point where the chain is tightest during one revolution of the crank. Check the tension; you should be
able to move the chain up/down a total of 3/8” (in either direction). Ensure that the chain is properly
lubricated, then test-ride the bike.
Bike wobbling or uneven while riding – Check the foot levelers on the bottom of the stabilizers. Adjust
until the bike is square on the floor. Securing the leveler nut will prevent leveler from loosening.
Tight fit on the handlebar or seat post – Ensure that the handlebar/seat post extension tube and frame
sleeves are both clean and lubricated with SCHWINN® Fit-Tech Lube. If fit remains tight, try switching the
handlebar or seat post with one from another bike. If this does not fix the problem order new sleeve
(#84966 for IC bikes, #8001 for Evolution bikes.)
Ordering Parts
An authorized dealer, distributor, parts & service provider may order replacement parts through Nautilus
Service Representative at 1-800-785-9073
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2006 SCHWINN IC EVOLUTION® BIKE EXPLODED D RAWING
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2006 SCHWINN® IC EVOLUTION® BIKE P ARTS LIST
1
FRAME
84985
36
PLASTIC BALL RING
80004
2
CHAINGUARD (INNER)
84986
37
REAR STABILIZER
84984
3
CHAINGUARD (OUTER)
84982
38
HEX NUT FOR LEVELING FEET 3/8
80016
4
SHROUD (RIGHT)
80011
39
STAINLESS HEX HEAD BOLT M8X1.25X50L 80030
5
SHROUD (LEFT)
80010
40
FRONT STABILIZER
6
RUBBER RING FOR OUTER CHAINGUARD
80003
41
BOLT TRANSPORT WHL M8X1.25X45L SS 80028
7
STAINLESS STEEL AXLE NUT 3/8X26TX11T 80022
42
PEDALS 9/16"
95129
8
CHAIN ADJUST BRACKET (LEFT)
84987
43
FRAME PLUG FOR BRAKE ASSM.
92206
9
SLEEVE FOR FRAME
80001
44
T-HANDLE POP PIN DOUBLE LEAD
84994
10
STAINLESS CHAIN TEN. BOLT M6X1.0X60L 84988
45
SEAT, 7777-1, BLACK
92202
11
12
BOTTLE HOLDER
CHAIN ADJUST BRACKET (RIGHT)
80012
84989
46
47
YELLOW PLASTIC BUSHING SET OF 2
SQUARE NUT
92204
98022
13
RUBBER FRAME GUARD
80014
48
BRAKE PADS
92874
14
STAINLESS SELF-TAPPING SCREW M5X12L 80040
49
LEVELER FOOT
84995
16
PROTECTIVE PLASTIC STICKER (B)
80041
50
WASHER 19 X 8.5 X 1MM SS
94526
17
PROTECTIVE PLASTIC STICKER (A)
80042
51
SCREW NUT M8 X 1.25 SS
80049
18
MACHINE SCREW M5X.08X12L SS
84957
52
TRANSPORTATION WHEEL
92210
19
EMERGENCY BRAKE LEVER
80009
53
CHAIN 106L 1/2X3/32"
80043
20
B.B. SET, OVERDRIVE W/BOLTS 68X113L
84990
54
FLYWHEEL COMPLETE SET
84996
21
STAINLESS WASHER 16 X 6.5 X1
95431
55
HUB SHELL PLASTIC COVER
92451
22
RIGHT CRANK W/SPOCKET, ISIS M12
80034
56
SPOCKET 16t (BLACK)
84997
23
LEFT CRANK ARM , ISIS
80035
57
SPROCKET WASHER
95457
24
STAINLESS HEX HEAD BOLT M6X1.0X12L
80029
58
LOCK NUT
95450
25
HANDLEBAR BLACK TEXTURED
84991
60
AXLE SET
95125
26
SEAT POST, STAINLESS
84992
61
BADGE SCHWINN LOGO 33MM
80047
27
SEAT ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
84993
63
CRANK BOLT - 1EA M12
80044
28
SLEEVE FOR SEAT SLIDER
80002
66
BOTTLE CAGE BOLT M5X.8 X16L
95428
29
SEAT RETAINING PIN
80006
67
BOTTLE CAGE
84998
30
RETAINING PIN COVER
80013
68
RUBBER FRAME GUARD STRIP
84999
31
RESISTANCE ASSEMBLY
80008
69
BADGE SCHWINN LOGO 40MM
80048
32
TENSION ADJUSTING KNOB
80017
33
TENSION KNOB RING
80005
34
ROD CARRIER
80007
35
NUT FOR RES. ASSM. M6X1.0 SS
80015
Indoor Cycling Optional Accessories
DWG #
DESCRIPTION
84983
PART #
TRIPLE LINK PEDAL SYSTEM
95150
IC/Evo. TECH MANUAL 2004
84951
CHAINGUARD WARNING STICKER SHEET OF 12
92215
PLASTIC SHIM SHEET OF 12
92217
DECAL SET 2003/2204 Evolution
80045
12
2006 SCHWINN® IC EVOLUTION ® SR BIKE EXPLODED DRAWING
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2006 SCHWINN® IC EVOLUTION® SR BIKE P ARTS LIST
DWG
#
1
DESCRIPTION
PART #
DWG # DESCRIPTION
PART #
FRAME
84985
36
PLASTIC BALL RING
80004
2
3
CHAINGUARD (INNER)
CHAINGUARD (OUTER)
84986
84982
37
38
REAR STABILIZER
HEX NUT FOR LEVELING FEET 3/8
84984
80016
4
5
6
SHROUD (RIGHT)
SHROUD (LEFT)
RUBBER RING FOR OUTER CHAINGUARD
80011
80010
80003
39
40
41
STAINLESS HEX HEAD BOLT M8X1.25X50L 80030
FRONT STABILIZER
84983
BOLT TRANSPORT WHL M8X1.25X45L SS 80028
7
8
STAINLESS STEEL AXLE NUT 3/8X26TX11T 80022
CHAIN ADJUST BRACKET (LEFT)
84987
42
43
PEDALS 9/16"
FRAME PLUG FOR BRAKE ASSM.
95129
92206
9
10
SLEEVE FOR FRAME
STAINLESS CHAIN TEN. BOLT M6X1.0X60L
80001
84988
44
45
T-HANDLE POP PIN DOUBLE LEAD
SEAT, 7777-1, RED
84994
92202
11
12
BOTTLE HOLDER
CHAIN ADJUST BRACKET (RIGHT)
80012
84989
46
47
YELLOW PLA STIC BUSHING SET OF 2
SQUARE NUT
92204
98022
13
14
16
RUBBER FRAME GUARD
80014
STAINLESS SELF-TAPPING SCREW M5X12L 80040
PROTECTIVE PLASTIC STICKER (B)
80041
48
49
50
BRAKE PADS
LEVELER FOOT
WASHER 19 X 8.5 X 1MM SS
92874
84995
94526
17
18
PROTECTIVE PLASTIC STICKER (A)
MACHINE SCREW M5X.08X12L SS
80042
84957
51
52
SCREW NUT M8 X 1.25 SS
TRANSPORTATION WHEEL
80049
92210
19
20
EMERGENCY BRAKE LEVER
B.B. SET, OVERDRIVE W/BOLTS 68X113L
80009
84990
53
54
CHAIN 106L 1/2X3/32"
FLYWHEEL COMPLETE SET
80043
84996
21
22
STAINLESS WASHER 16 X 6.5 X1
RIGHT CRANK W/SPOCKET, ISIS M12
95431
80034
55
56
FLANGED HUB LOCK NUT
BEARING RETAINER RING
92214
92458
23
24
LEFT CRANK ARM , ISIS
STAINLESS HEX HEAD BOLT M6X1.0X12L
80035
80029
57
58
HUB SHELL PLASTIC COVER
INNER ADJ SR PLATE
92451
92452
25
26
27
HANDLEBAR BLACK TEXTURED
SEAT POST, STAINLESS
SEAT ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
84991
84992
84993
59
60
61
CONICAL SPRING
INTERFACING PLATE TO BRAKE PADS
SR BRAKE PAD SET, WHITE U.H.P.
92208
92453
92213
28
29
SLEEVE FOR SEAT SLIDER
SEAT RETAINING PIN
80002
80006
62
63
HUB SPOCKET W/BEARING
CRANK BOLT - 1EA M12
98419
80044
30
31
RETAINING PIN COVER
RESISTANCE ASSEMBLY
80013
80008
64
65
AXLE SET
BADGE SCHWINN LOGO 33MM
98414
80047
32
33
34
35
TENSION ADJUSTING KNOB
TENSION KNOB RING
ROD CARRIER
NUT FOR RES. ASSM. M6X1.0 SS
80017
80005
80007
80015
66
67
68
69
BOTTLE CAGE BOLT M5X.8 X16L
BOTTLE CAGE
RUBBER FRAME GUARD STRIP
BADGE SCHWINN LOGO 40MM
95428
84998
84999
80048
Indoor Cycling Optional Accessories
DWG #
DESCRIPTION
PART #
TRIPLE LINK PEDAL SYSTEM
95150
IC/Evo. TECH MANUAL 2004
84951
CHAINGUARD WARNING STICKER SHEET OF 12
92215
PLASTIC SHIM SHEET OF 12
92217
DECAL SET 2003/2204 Evolution-SR
80046
14
NAUTILUS INC LIMITED WARRANTY
All Nautilus products are warranted to the original purchaser (end-user) to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship.
Product repairs that are related to, or identified as, the result of normal user wear are not covered by this
warranty.
TIME P ERIOD:
Warranty coverage extends to the original purchaser (end-user) from the date of original
purchase and while owned by the original retail purchaser:
 The IC Pro and IC Elite products sold for and used in a commercial or institutional
setting are covered for: 2 years for parts and 15 years for the structural frame, from
the date of original purchase and while owned by the original purchaser (end-user).
 The IC Evolution and Evolution SR products sold and used in a commercial setting
are covered for: 3 years for parts and 15 years for the structural frame, from the date
of original purchase and while owned by the original purchaser (end-user).

THIS W ARRANTY D OES NOT COVER :
1.
Any component on original equipment, which carries a separate consumer warranty
provided by the component part’s supplier/manufacturer.
2.
Normal wear and tear (please see the definition of “Wear Items” below).
3.
Any damage, failure or loss caused by accident, misuse, neglect, abuse, improper
assembly, improper maintenance, use of an improper or unauthorized replacement part, or
failure to follow instructions or warnings in Owner’s Manual.
4.
Use of products in a manner for which they were not designed or intended to be of use.
5.
Use of any product in other than a home or residential setting, unless otherwise noted in
the Owner’s Manual.
 Wear Items are parts/components that might need to be replaced due to normal use during the life of
the product. User-life for wear items will vary depending on uncontrolled parameters (i.e., placement
environment, frequency of use, type of user, scheduled maintenance, etc.). Wear items vary for each
product but will include, and not be limited to: computer overlays, grips, belts, drive-train components,
brake pads, pedals, pedal straps, toe clips, upholstery, and bearings, etc.
 A defect in materials and/or workmanship is best described as a problem related to structural
failure, weakness, or deficiency in manufacturing quality. These are factors controlled through the
product development, production and quality control process. A true defect in materials and/or
workmanship will usually be recognized within a short period of initial product use.
SUPPORT P ARAMETERS
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An authorized NAUTILUS dealer or service facility will perform warranty service (unless
otherwise noted). An original, dated “Proof of Purchase” must be provided.
Transportation to and from the authorized NAUTILUS dealer is the responsibility of the
purchaser.
NAUTILUS has the option, at its sole discretion, of either repairing or replacing, at no
charge, any product requiring warranty service, or repaying an amount equal to the
purchase price of the affected product.
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NAUTILUS is not responsible for dealer labor charges for component changeovers when
a frame is replaced or for installing replacement or repaired parts (unless verified for
labor warranty coverage).
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If you elect to repai r a product or replace a part yourself, use the services of someone
other than an authorized NAUTILUS dealer or service provider, or if you use a
replacement part not supplied by NAUTILUS, the product warranty is voided and the
NAUTILUS will not be liable for any damages, failure or loss caused by such improper
replacement, repair or service.
(PARTS) WARRANTY R EPLACEMENT P ROCEDURES
Commercial fitness facilities and direct purchase customers have two warranty claim options available. Both
can be used to confirm warranty coverage and reimbursement of applicable costs associated with warranty
issues.
LIMITATIONS:
The foregoing warranties are in lieu of and exclude all other warranties not expressly set forth herein,
whether express or implied by operation of law or otherwise, including but not limited to any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness. NAUTILUS shall in no event be liable for incidental or consequential
loss, damages or expenses in connection with exercise products. NAUTILUS’ S liability hereunder is expressly
limited to the replacement of goods not complying with this warranty or, at its election, to the repayment of
an amount equal to the purchase price of the exercise equipment product in question.
Some states do not permit the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or consequential damages so the
preceding limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state
to state.
Information concerning warranty policies, procedures, and limitations can be found in all each product’s
owner’s manual or determined by contacting an authorized service representative.
Contact Information (Domestic)
Nautilus GSA
GSA Toll Free Direct 1-800-785-9073
Fax: 1-330-405-1289