Yakima Bikes and Accessories Installation Instruction

WB200
16” - 45 1/4”
406mm - 1150mm
min. - max.
Bikes & Accessories
CONTENTS
WRENCH (1)
SKEWER (1)
SHORT WHEEL STRAP (1)
LONG WHEEL STRAP (1)
ROUND/SQUARE BAR ADAPTER (2)
KEY (2)
WB200 (1)
A
1
B
A B
B
2X
A
B
4X
A B
4Nm
(3ft-lb)
4Nm
(3ft-lb)
2X
A
A B
2X
2X
INSTALLATION
1
3
4
2
5
6
7
Test the installation. If the carrier
moves remove the carrier (see steps
19 through 21) Then repeat steps 2 - 6.
REVERSIBLE
SKEWER
B
A
A
B
9mm
QR15
LOADING
8
9mm
B
A
Safety tabs on front wheel fork of bike are required. Do not use this product to carry
bikes without these safety tabs.
9
9mm
Adjust knob to achieve firm resistance
when closing the lever.
LOADING
10
QR15
Check 15mm fork/axle compatibility at:
whispbar R15
11
QR15
B
A
Skewer not
needed for QR15.
12
9mm
QR15
13
9mm
QR15
UNLOADING
14
15
16
17
9mm
18
QR15
REMOVAL
19
21
20
XX kg
MAX.
XX kg
MAX.
37 lbs.
(17 kg)
MAX.
9.5 lbs.
(4,2 kg)
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
Rack Installation
Inadequately secured loads and incorrectly mounted roof
racks and accessory racks can come loose during travel
and cause serious accidents! Therefore, installation,
handling and use must be carried out in accordance with
product and vehicle instructions.
In addition to these instructions, review the mounting
instructions for the roof rack and the operating instructions
of the vehicle.
When transporting any load, the speed of the vehicle must
take into account all conditions such as the state of the
road, the surface of the road, traffic conditions, wind, etc.
Vehicle handling, cornering, braking and sensitivity to side
winds will change with the addition of roof top loads.
Off-road driving is not recommended and could result in
damage to your vehicle or your bike.
These instructions should be kept together with the
vehicle’s operating instructions and carried in the vehicle
when in use and en route.
Maintenance
The accessory rack should be carefully cleaned and
maintained, particularly during the winter months. Use
only a solution of water and standard car wash liquid
without any alcohol, bleach or ammonium additives.
For your own safety, you should only use tested (e.g. GStested) roof racks that are authorized for use with your
vehicle.
For reasons of fuel economy and the safety of other road
users, the accessory rack and roof rack should be removed
when not in use.
Check attachment hardware and load for tight fit and
function:
• Before the start of any journey.
• After driving a short distance following rack or load
install.
• At regular intervals on longer journeys.
• More frequently on rough terrain.
• After interruption of a journey during which the vehicle
was left unsupervised. (check for damage due to
outside intervention)
Rack Loading
Do not exceed the maximum load specified for the roof
rack, accessory rack or the maximum load recommended
by the vehicle manufacturer.
Max Roof Load = weight of roof rack + weight of
accessory racks + weight of load.
Bicycle parts, such as handlebars or pedals, shall not
project beyond the contours of the vehicles.
All loose and removable parts, must be removed from
bicycles prior to loading onto bike rack.
Do not transport bicycles with attached baby seats,
panniers, wheel covers, full bike covers or motors.
Do not carry tandem or recumbent bicycles.
Vehicle Driving and Regulations
The speed driven must be suited to the load transported
and to official speed limits. In the absence of any speed
limits, we recommend a maximum speed of 60 mph.
Periodically inspect accessory rack for damage. Replace
lost, damaged or worn parts. Use only original spare
parts obtained from a stocking specialist, dealer or
manufacturer.
Any changes made to the roof racks and accessory racks
as well as the use of spare parts or accessories other
than those supplied by the manufacturer will lead to the
lapsing of the manufacturer’s warranty and liability for any
material damage or accidents. You should observe these
instructions to the letter and only use the original parts
supplied.
Record Your Key Number:
(located on the set of
locking keys)
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