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MOUNT FOREST LODGE – F25650

28'-6"

13'-7"

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

MOUNT FOREST LODGE

28'-2"

16'-2"

WARNING

To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, you must read and follow these instructions. Keep and refer to these instructions often and give them to any future owner of this play set. Manufacturer contact information provided below.

OBSTACLE FREE SAFETY ZONE -28’6 x 28’ 2”(9.45 x 8.53 m) area requires Protective Surfacing. See page 3.

MAXIMUM VERTICAL FALL HEIGHT - 7.1 ft. (2.16 m)

CAPACITY - 10 Users Maximum, Ages 3 to 10; Weight Limit 110 lbs. (49.9 kg) per child.

RESIDENTIAL HOME USE ONLY. Not intended for public areas such as schools, churches, nurseries, day cares or parks.

10 - 12 Hrs

FOR FORT & SWING

TWO PERSON

ASSEMBLY

3405650 Rev 11/27/2013

Cedar Summit c/o ©Solowave Design L.P.

Mount Forest, ON Canada

N0G 2L0 www.cedarsummitplay.com

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Customer Service

1-877-817-5682 (toll free)

1-519-323-2258

Table of Contents

Warnings and Safe Play Instructions . . . . . . . . . . .pg. 2

Protective Surfacing Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg. 3

Instructions for Proper Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .pg. 4

About Our Wood – Limited Warranty. . . . . . . . . . .pg. 5

Keys to Assembly Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg. 6

Part ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pg. 7

Step-By-Step Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 17

Installation of I.D./Warning Plaque . . . . . . . .Final Step

Warnings and Safe Play Instructions

CONTINUOUS ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. Most serious injuries and deaths on playground equipment have occurred while children were unsupervised! Our products are designed to meet mandatory and voluntary safety standards. Complying with all warnings and recommendations in these instructions will reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury to children using this play system. Go over the warnings and safe play instructions regularly with your children and make certain that they understand and follow them. Remember on-site adult supervision is required for children of all ages.

SERIOUS HEAD INJURY HAZARD

Installation over concrete, asphalt, dirt, grass, carpet and other hard surface creates a risk of serious injury or death from falls to the ground. Install and maintain shock absorbing material under and around play-set as recommended on page 3 of these instructions.

COLLISION HAZARD

Place play-set on level ground at least 6 feet from any obstruction such as a garage or house, fences, poles, trees, sidewalks, walls, landscape timbers, rocks, pavement, planters, garden borders, overhanging branches, laundry lines, and electrical wires. (See

OBSTACLE FREE SAFETY ZONE on cover)

WARNING

STRANGULATION HAZARD

• NEVER allow children to play with ropes, clotheslines, pet leashes, cables, chains or cord-like items when using this play-set or to attach these items to play-set.

• NEVER allow children to wear loose fitting clothing, ponchos, hoods, scarves, capes, necklaces, items with draw-strings, cords or ties when using this play-set.

• NEVER allow children to wear bike or sport helmets when using this play-set.

Failure to prohibit these items, even helmets with chin straps, increases the risk of serious injury and death to children from entanglement and strangulation.

CHOKING HAZARD/SHARP EDGES & POINTS

Adult assembly required. This product contains small parts and parts with sharp edges and points. Keep parts away from children until fully assembled.

TIP OVER HAZARD

Choose a level location for the equipment. This can reduce the likelihood of the play set tipping over and loose-fill surfacing materials washing away during heavy rains.

WARNING LABEL

Owners shall be responsible for maintaining the legibility of the warning labels.

DO NOT allow children to play on the play-set until the assembly is complete and the unit is properly anchored.

WARNING – Safe Play Instructions

Observe capacity limitations of your play-set. See front cover.

Dress children with well fitting and full foot enclosing footwear.

Teach children to sit with their full weight in the center of the swing seat to prevent erratic swing motion or falling off.

Check for splintered, broken or cracked wood; missing, loose, or sharp edged hardware. Replace, tighten and or sand smooth as required prior to playing.

Verify that suspended climbing ropes, rope ladders, chain or cable are secured at both ends and cannot be looped back on itself as to create an entanglement hazard.

On sunny and or hot days, check the slide and other plastic rides to assure that they are not very hot as to cause burns. Cool hot slide and rides with water and wipe dry prior to using.

Do not allow children to wear open toe or heel footwear like sandals, flip–flops or clogs.

Do not allow children to walk, in front, between, behind or close to moving rides.

Do not let children twist swing chains or ropes or loop them over the top support bar. This may reduce the strength of the chain or rope and cause premature failure.

Do not let children get off rides while they are in motion.

Do not permit climbing on equipment when it is wet.

Do not permit rough play or use of equipment in a manner for which it was not intended. Standing on or jumping from the roof, elevated platforms, swings, climbers, ladders or slide can be dangerous.

Do not allow children to swing empty rides or seats.

Do not allow children to go down slide head first or run up slide.

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Protective Surfacing - Reducing Risk of Serious Head Injury From Falls.

One of the most important things you can do to reduce the likelihood of serious head injuries is to install shock-absorbing protective surfacing under and around your play equipment. The protective surfacing should be applied to a depth that is suitable for the equipment height in accordance with ASTM F1292. There are different types of surfacing to choose from; whichever product you select, follow these guidelines:

Loose-Fill Materials

• Maintain a minimum depth of 9 inches of loose-fill materials such as wood mulch/chips, engineered wood fiber (EWF), or shredded/recycled rubber mulch for equipment up to 8 feet high; and 9 inches of sand or pea gravel for equipment up to 5 feet high. NOTE: An initial fill level of 12 inches will compress to about a 9-inch depth of surfacing over time. The surfacing will also compact, displace, and settle, and should be periodically raked and refilled to maintain at least a 9-inch depth.

• Use a minimum of 6 inches of protective surfacing for play equipment less than 4 feet in height. If maintained properly, this should be adequate. (At depths less than 6 inches, the protective material is too easily displaced or compacted.)

NOTE: Do not install home playground equipment over concrete, asphalt, or any other hard surface. A fall onto a hard surface can result in serious injury to the equipment user. Grass and dirt are not considered protective surfacing because wear and environmental factors can reduce their shock absorbing effectiveness. Carpeting and thin mats are not adequate protective surfacing. Ground level equipment -- such as a sandbox, activity wall, playhouse or other equipment that has no elevated play surface -- does not need any protective surfacing.

• Use containment, such as digging out around the perimeter and/or lining the perimeter with landscape edging. Don’t forget to account for water drainage.

• Periodically rake, check and maintain the depth of the loose-fill surfacing material. Marking the correct depth on the play equipment support posts will help you to see when the material has settled and needs to be raked and or replenished. Be sure to rake and evenly redistribute the surfacing in heavily used areas.

• Do not install loose fill surfacing over hard surfaces such as concrete or asphalt.

Poured-In-Place Surfaces or Pre-Manufactured Rubber Tiles

You may be interested in using surfacing other than loose-fill materials - like rubber tiles or poured-in-place surfaces.

• Installations of these surfaces generally require a professional and are not “do-it yourself” projects.

• Review surface specifications before purchasing this type of surfacing. Ask the installer/manufacturer for a report showing that the product has been tested to the following safety standard: ASTM F1292 Standard Specification for Impact Attenuation of

Surfacing Materials within the Use Zone of Playground Equipment. This report should show the specific height for which the surface is intended to protect against serious head injury. This height should be equal to or greater than the fall height - vertical distance between a designated play surface (elevated surface for standing, sitting, or climbing) and the protective surfacing below - of your play equipment.

• Check the protective surfacing frequently for wear.

Placement

Proper placement and maintenance of protective surfacing is essential. Refer to diagram on front cover. Be sure to;

• Extend surfacing at least 6 feet from the equipment in all directions.

• For to-fro swings, extend protective surfacing in front of and behind the swing to a distance equal to twice the height of the top bar from which the swing is suspended.

• For tire swings, extend surfacing in a circle whose radius is equal to the height of the suspending chain or rope, plus 6 feet in all directions.

2H 2H

H

6 ft.

6 ft.

Denotes Use Zone with Protective Surfacing

6 ft.

6 ft.

6 ft.

Denotes Use Zone with Protective Surfacing

L

6 ft.

6 ft.

Use Zone for Single-Axis Swings Use Zone for Multi-Axis Swings

From the CPSC Outdoor Home Playground Safety Handbook. At www.cpsc.gov/CPSCPUB/PUBS/324.pdf

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Instructions for Proper Maintenance

Your Cedar Summit Play System is designed and constructed of quality materials with your child’s safety in mind. As with all outdoor products used by children, it will weather and wear. To maximize the enjoyment, safety and life of your Play Set, it is important that you, the owner, properly maintain it.

Check the following at the beginning of the play season:

HARDWARE:

Check metal parts for rust. If found, sand and repaint using a non-lead paint complying with 16 CFR 1303.

Inspect and tighten all hardware. On wood assemblies DO NOT OVER-

TIGHTEN as to cause crushing and splintering of wood.

Check for sharp edges or protruding screw threads, add washers if required.

If Bolt protrudes beyond T-Nut

Use an extra

Flat Washer

SHOCK ABSORBING SURFACING:

Check for foreign objects. Rake and check depth of loose fill protective surfacing materials to prevent compaction and maintain appropriate depth. Replace as necessary.

(See Protective Surfacing, page 3)

GROUND STAKES (ANCHORS):

Check for looseness, damage or deterioration. Should firmly anchor unit to ground during use. Re-secure and or replace, if necessary.

SWING HANGERS:

Check that bolts are secure and tight. Quick clips should be completely closed and threaded clips screwed tight.

If squeaking occurs lubricate bushings with oil or WD-40®.

SWINGS, ROPES AND RIDES:

Reinstall if removed during cold season. Check all moving parts including swing seats, ropes, chains and attachments for wear, rust and other deterioration.

Replace as needed.

Check that ropes are tight, secure at both ends and cannot loop back as to create an entrapment.

WOOD PARTS:

Check all wood members for deterioration, structural damage and splintering. Sand down splinters and replace deteriorated wood members. As with all wood, some checking and small cracks in grain is normal.

Unprotected, they will appear weathered over time.

Periodic application of an exterior water repellent or stain

(water-based) will help improve appearance and life.

Check twice a month during play season:

HARDWARE:

Inspect for tightness. Must be firmly against, but not crushing the wood. DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.

This will cause splintering of wood.

Check for sharp edges or protruding screw threads.

Add washers if required.

Check once a month during play season:

SWING HANGERS:

Check that they are secure and orientated correctly. Hook should rotate freely and perpendicular to support beam.

If squeaking occurs lubricate bushings with oil or WD-40®.

SHOCK ABSORBING SURFACING:

Rake and check depth of loose fill protective surfacing materials to prevent compaction and maintain appropriate depth. Replace as necessary.

(See Protective Surfacing, page 3)

SWINGS AND RIDES:

Check swing seats, all ropes, chains and attachments for fraying, wear, excessive corrosion or damage.

Replace if structurally damaged or deteriorated.

Check at the end of the play season:

SWINGS AND RIDES:

To prolong their life, remove swings and store inside when outside temperature is below 32°F/0°C. Below freezing, plastic parts may become more brittle.

SHOCK ABSORBING SURFACING:

Rake and check depth of loose fill protective surfacing materials to prevent compaction and maintain appropriate depth. Replace as necessary.

(See Protective Surfacing, page 3)

If you dispose of your play set: Please disassemble and dispose of your unit so that it does not create any unreasonable hazards at the time it is discarded. Be sure to follow your local waste ordinances.

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About Our Wood

Cedar Summit Premium Play Systems uses 100% FSC wood. Although we take great care in selecting the best quality lumber available, wood is still a product of nature and susceptible to weathering which can change the appearance of your set.

What causes weathering? Does it affect the strength of my Play System?

One of the main reasons for weathering is the effects of water (moisture); the moisture content of the wood at the surface is different than the interior of the wood. As the climate changes, moisture moves in or out of the wood, causing tension which can result in checking and or warping. You can expect the following due to weathering. These changes will not affect the strength of the product:

1. Checking is surface cracks in the wood along the grain. A post (4” x 4”) will experience more checking than a board (1” x 4”) because the surface and interior moisture content will vary more widely than in thinner wood.

2. Warping results from any distortion (twisting, cupping) from the original plane of the board and often happens from rapid wetting and drying of the wood.

3. Fading happens as a natural change in the wood color as it is exposed to sun-light and will turn a grey over time.

How can I reduce the amount of weathering to my Play System?

At the factory we have coated the wood with a water repellent or stain. This coating decreases the amount of water absorption during rain or snow thus decreasing the tension in the wood. Sunlight will break down the coating, so we recommend applying a water repellent or stain on a yearly basis (see your local stain and paint supplier for a recommended product).

Most weathering is just the normal result of nature and will not affect safe play and enjoyment for your child. However if you are concerned that a part has experienced a severe weathering problem please call our consumer relations department for further assistance.

Complete and mail registration card to receive important product notifications and assure prompt warranty service.

10 Year Limited Warranty

Solowave Design warrants that this product is free from defect in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the original date of purchase. In addition, lumber is warranted for 10 years against structural failure due to rot and insect damage. All other parts, such as hardware, swings, rides, accessories, and slides carry a one-year warranty only.

This warranty applies to the original owner and registrant and is non-transferable.

Regular maintenance is required to assure the integrity of your Play System. This warranty does not cover any inspection cost.

This Limited Warranty does not cover:

• Labor for replacement of any defective item(s);

• Incidental or consequential damages;

• Cosmetic defects which do not affect performance or integrity;

• Vandalism; improper use or installation; acts of nature;

• Minor twisting, warping, checking, or any other natural occurring properties of wood that do not affect performance or integrity.

Solowave Design products have been designed for safety and quality. Any modifications made to the original product could damage the structural integrity of the unit leading to failure and possible injury. Solowave Design Inc. cannot assume any responsibility for modified products. Furthermore, modification voids any and all warranties.

This product is warranted for RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY. Under no circumstance should a

Solowave Design Play System be used in public settings such as schools, churches, playgrounds, parks, day cares and the like. Such use may lead to product failure and potential injury. Any and all public use will void this warranty.

Solowave Design disclaims all other representations and warranties of any kind, express or implied.

This Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights as well which vary from state to state or province to province. This warranty excludes all consequential damages, however, some states do not allow the limitation or exclusion of consequential damages, and therefore this limitation may not apply to you.

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Tools Required

• Tape Measure

• Carpenters Level

• Carpenters Square

• Claw Hammer

• Standard or Cordless Drill

Keys to Assembly Success

• #1 Philips, #2 Robertson, and Screwdriver

• Ratchet with extension

(1/2” & 9/16” sockets)

• Open End Wrench

(1/2” & 9/16”)

• Adjustable Wrench

• 1/8” & 3/16” Drill Bits

• Pencil

• 3/16” Hex Key

• 8’ Step Ladder

• Safety Glasses

• Adult Helpers and quantities required to complete the assembly step illustrated on that page. Here is a sample.

2X 012 Post 2 x 4 x 83”

Quantity Key Number Part Description,

Part Size

Key Number: represent the step number. The third digit represents the piece. Note that if the part is used in multiple steps then

Symbols it is used in.

Throughout these instructions symbols are provided as important reminders for proper and safe assembly.

Check that set or assembly is properly level before proceeding.

Use

Level special attention. Improper assembly could lead to an unsafe or dangerous condition.

Use

Help

Measure

Distance

Use

Help

Where this is shown, 2 or 3 people are required to safely complete the step. To avoid injury or damage to the assembly make sure to get help!

Check that assembly is square before tightening bolts.

Square

Assembly

Use a measuring tape to assure proper location.

Pre-drill 1/8” & 3/16” Bit

Pre-drill a pilot hole before fastening screw or lag to prevent splitting of wood.

Tighten

Bolts

This indicates time to tighten bolts, but not too tight! Do not crush the wood.

This may create splinters and cause structural damage.

No Yes

CAUTION – Protrusion Hazard

Once the assembly is tightened, watch for exposed threads. If a thread protrudes from the T-Nut, remove the bolt and add washers to eliminate this condition.

Extra washers have been provided for this purpose.

If Bolt protrudes beyond T-Nut

Use an extra

Flat W asher

Lag Assembly Proper Hardware Assembly

Lag screws require drilling pilot holes to avoid splitting wood. Only a

Lag Screw

Before mounting Lag Screw, use factory drilled holes as guides to drill 1/8” pilot holes installation liquid soap can be used on all lag-type screws.

For bolts, tap T-Nut into hole with hammer. Insert the hex bolt through

Flat Washer

Bolt Assembly then hole. Because the assemblies need to be squared do not completely tighten until instructed. Pay close attention to diameter of the bolts.

5/16” is slightly larger than 1/4”.

Note: Wafer head bolts with blue lock tight or a bolt with a Ny-Lok nut do

NOT require a lock washer.

Hex Bolt

Lock

Washer

Flat

Washer

T-Nut

(Hammer into place)

Do not crush wood!

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Your Key To Quick Assembly

SORTING WOOD PARTS INTO

EACH ASSEMBLY STEP WILL

SAVE TIME!

Step Step Step

SAVE TIME - TIP #1:

Wood parts are found in Box 2, 3, 4 & 5. Open each box with wood parts and look for the Key Number stamped on the end of the wood part (see chart below).

Sort each wood part into the different assembly steps.

2X 012 Post 2 x 4 x 83”

Part Quantity Key Number Part Description Part Size

Step Number

(This is Step 1)

01 2

Order Listed

(The order the part is listed in step 1)

Key Number: The first two digits represent the step number. The third digit represents the order in which the part is listed in the step.

Note that if the part is used in multiple steps then the key number only reflects the first step it is used in.

SAVE TIME - TIP #2:

In addition to the key number stamp, you can also identify the wood parts by using the Parts Identification pages in the manual or the Parts Identification weather resistant poster.

HARDWARE:

The majority of each hardware part comes packed in a separate bag so you do not need to sort the hardware. Each assembly step indicates which hardware (bolt, screw, washer etc.) you will require to complete the step.

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0

26

Panel SW Side

6

12 12

5

321

12

7 x4 187

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Door Hardware CS Panorama

3

16 x2

092

2

16 x2

160

Bracket Flat Panel

3

02

2

06

1

03

2

03

4

03

5

03 3

03

2

03

4

03

5

03 3

03

2

03

3

03

0

03

0

14

4

06

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

4pc. - 041 - Window Shutter FSC ⅝ x 3 x 15" - Box 2 - 4608778

4pc. - 187 - Side Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 8½" - Box 2 - 4638819

Nominal Size

1" x 4"

1" x 5"

1" x 6"

Actual Size

⅝" x 3¼"

⅝" x 4¼"

⅝" x 5¼"

2pc. - 186 - Centre Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 13½" - Box 2 - 4638820

1pc. - 023 - Ladder Gap FSC 1 x 4 x 15" - Box 2 - 4638828

1pc. - 030 - Board Access FSC 1 x 4 x 20½" - Box 4 - 4638826

8pc. - 166 - Wall Board FSC 1 x 4 x 26½" - Box 4 - 4638039

1pc. - 093 - Door Bottom FSC 1 x 4 x 33½" - Box 2 - 4638821

1pc. - 321 - Roof Board A FSC 1 x 5 x 22⅝" - Box 3 - 4638803

1pc. - 322 - Roof Board B FSC 1 x 5 x 23¼" - Box 3 - 4638804

1pc. - 164 - Centre Wall Board FSC 1 x 5 x 32" - Box 5 - 4638608

1pc. - 153 - Floor A FSC 1 x 5 x 36" - Box 2 - 4638796

3pc. - 151 - Slidenest Floor A FSC 1 x 5 x 42½" - Box 4 - 4638795

1pc. - 031 - Rock Bottom FSC 1 x 6 x 20½" - Box 3 - 4638827

3pc. - 032 - Rock Board A FSC 1 x 6 x 20½" - Box 5 - 4638822

3pc. - 033 - Rock Board B FSC 1 x 6 x 20½" - Box 5 - 4638823

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

2pc. - 034 - Rock Board C FSC 1 x 6 x 20½" - Box 5 - 4638824

2pc. - 035 - Rock Board D FSC 1 x 6 x 20½" - Box 5 - 4638825

Nominal Size

1" x 6"

5/4" x 3"

5/4 x 4"

Actual Size

⅝" x 5¼"

15/16" x 2¼"

15/16" x 3¼"

9pc. - 152 - Floor FSC 1 x 6 x 36" - Box 2 - 4638797

3pc. - 150 - Slidenest Floor FSC 1 x 6 x 42½" - Box 4 - 4638794

1pc. - 112 - SW Table Top FSC 5/4 x 3 x 31¾" - Box 3 - 4638811

1pc. - 025 - Top Ladder FSC 5/4 x 3 x 34¼" - Box 2 - 4638829

2pc. - 014 - Box Gusset FSC 5/4 x 4 x 8½" - Box 3 - 4638834

1pc. - 091 - Door Stop FSC 5/4 x 4 x 10" - Box 4 - 4638625

4pc. - 022 - Ladder Tread FSC 5/4 x 4 x 13¾" - Box 3 - 4638517

2pc. - 011 - Box End FSC 5/4 x 4 x 14¼" - Box 3 - 4638832

4pc. - 010 - Box Leg FSC 5/4 x 4 x 16" - Box 4 - 4638831

2pc. - 012 - Box Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 29" - Box 2 - 4638830

1pc. - 180 - Roof Support FSC 5/4 x 4 x 29" - Box 4 - 4638806

1pc. - 181 - Roof Support Left FSC 5/4 x 4 x 29" - Box 4 - 4638807

1pc. - 191 - Left Gable Angle FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31"

Box 4 - 4638818

1pc. - 190 - Right Gable Angle FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31"

Box 4 - 4638817

2pc. - 122 - Post FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31⅞" - Box 3 - 4638791

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

2pc. - 013 - Box Side FSC 5/4 x 4 x 32" - Box 3 - 4638833

1pc. - 127 - Front Top FSC 5/4 x 4 x 65½" - Box 3 - 4638798

Nominal Size

5/4" x 4"

5/4" x 5"

5/4" x 6"

Actual Size

15/16" x 3¼"

15/16" x 4¼"

15/16" x 5¼"

1pc. - 100 - Back Top FSC 5/4 x 4 x 65½" - Box 3 - 4638799

1pc. - 065 - Back Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 79¾" - Box 3 - 4638780

1pc. - 063 - Front Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 79¾" - Box 3 - 4638776

1pc. - 110 - Ground SW FSC 5/4 x 4 x 82⅝" - Box 3 - 4638782

1pc. - 123 - SL Top Right FSC 5/4 x 5 x 6½" - Box 4 - 4638788

1pc. - 120 - SL Top Left FSC 5/4 x 5 x 9¾" - Box 3 - 4638787

1pc. - 165 - Steering Wheel Dash FSC 5/4 x 5 x 12⅛" - Box 4 - 4638609

2pc. - 162 - Crowsnest Side FSC 5/4 x 5 x 16¾" - Box 4 - 4638815

1pc. - 125 - SL Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 30⅝" - Box 3 - 4638793

1pc. - 080 - Table Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 35½" - Box 3 - 4638801

1pc. - 370 - Middle Arch FSC 5/4 x 5 x 36¼" - Box 3 - 4638800

1pc. - 160 - Crowsnest Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 37⅞" - Box 2 - 4638813

2pc. - 185 - Sunburst FSC 5/4 x 6 x 10" - Box 2 - 4638614

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

2pc. 200 - Roof Spacer FSC 5/4 x 6 x 32¼" - Box 4 - 4638777

1pc. 092 - Floor End FSC 5/4 x 6 x 38½" - Box 2 - 4638786

Nominal Size

5/4" x 6"

1¼" x 1¼"

1½" x 1½"

1¼" x 2⅛"

2" x 3"

2" x 4"

Actual Size

15/16" x 5¼"

1¼" x 1¼"

1½" x 1½"

1¼" x 2⅛"

1¼" x 2¼"

1¼" x 3¼"

1pc. 082 - SL Post FSC 1¼ x 1¼ x 44⅞" - Box 3 - 4638790

2pc. 320 - Small Roof Support FSC 2 x 2 x 22½" - Box 2 - 4638802

1pc. 182 - Top Post Right FSC 1¼ x 2⅛ x 24⅝" - Box 4 - 4638809

1pc. 183 - Top Post Left FSC 1¼ x 2⅛ x 24⅝" - Box 4 - 4638808

2pc. 081 - Table Gusset FSC 2 x 3 x 3" - Box 2 - 4638805

2pc. 161 - Crowsnest Post FSC 2 x 3 x 28" - Box 3 - 4638812

2pc. 111 - Diagonal FSC 2 x 3 x 42¼" - Box 3 - 4638587

1pc. 124 - Short Floor Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 5¼" - Box 4 - 4638623

2pc. - 121 - Short Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 5¼" - Box 4 - 4638789

2pc. 163 - Crowsnest Bottom FSC 2 x 4 x 16¾" - Box 4 - 4638814

1pc. 126 - SL End FSC 2 x 4 x 28¾" - Box 3 - 4638792

1pc. 192 - Gable Bottom FSC 2 x 4 x 34½" - Box 3 - 4638816

1pc. 020 - Left Access Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62⅞" - Box 4 - 4638145

1pc. - 021 - Right Access Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62⅞" - Box 4 - 4638146

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

1pc. 024 - Rock Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62⅞" - Box 4 - 4638139

1pc. 140 - Floor Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 81" - Box 4 - 4638783

1pc. 062 - Front Floor FSC 2 x 4 x 81" - Box 4 - 4638784

1pc. 064 - Back Floor FSC 2 x 4 x 81" - Box 3 - 4638785

1pc. - 184 - SW Top FSC 1¼ x 5 x 36" - Box 3 - 4638810

1pc. - 271 - Block SW FSC 2½ x 3 x 15" - Box 3 - 4638507

1pc. 270 - SW Block Angle FSC 2½ x 3 x 15" - Box 3 - 4638508

1pc. 280 - Support Cross FSC 2½ x 3 x 64" - Box 4 - 4638510

1pc. 044 - SW Wall FSC 4 x 4 x 38½" - Box 3 - 4638779

2pc. 272 - SW Post FSC 4 x 4 x 105" - Box 3 - 4638166

1pc. 260 - Engineered SW Beam FSC 3 x 5¼ x 110" - Box 2 - 4638509

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Nominal Size Actual Size

2" x 4"

2" x 5"

3" x 6"

4" x 4"

1¼" x 3¼"

1¼" x 5"

3" x 5¼"

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Part Identification (Reduced Assembly Size)

2pc. 050 Narrow Window Panel FSC

1¼ x 16¾ x 99" - Box 3 - 47638702

1pc. 051 SL Side Window Panel FSC

1¼ x 30 x 54⅛"- Box 3 - 47638713

1pc. 060

Panel

Half Narrow Window

FSC 1¼ x 16¾ x 56"

Box 4 - 47638749

1pc. 043 SW Side Panel FSC

1¼ x 36 x 87¼" - Box 2 -47638775

1pc. 040 Cafe Wall Window Panel

1¼ x 35½ x 99"- Box 2 - 47638730

FSC

1pc. 042 Chalkwall Panel

1¼ x 16¾ x 56"

Box 4 - 47638767

FSC

1pc.

061 Door Wall Window Panel FSC

1¼ x 36 x 54⅛" - Box 2 - 47638737

1pc. 090 Door Window

Panel FSC Dark Brown

1¼ x 16¾ x 44-7/16"

Box 2 - 47608835

1pc.220 Transom Panel Front FSC

1¼ x 11½ x 35⅞" - Box 2 - 47638745

2pc. 211 Small Roof Panel FSC

1¼ x 31¾ x 32½" - Box 4 - 47638760

1pc. - 221 - Transom Panel Back FSC

1¼ x 11½ x 35⅞" - Box 2 - 47638742

2pc. 210 Large Roof Panel FSC

1¼ x 31¾ x 41" - Box 4 - 47638756

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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)

1x. - Rocks (10pk)

(3320210) -Green/Yellow/Burgundy

1x - Cedar Summit Plaque

(9320358)

1x -3 in 1 Bench Set (3320123)

2x - Steel Hand Grip

(9200211) -Yellow

1x - (6pk) Rebar Ground Stake 16"

(3200318)

1x - Steering Wheel

(3320255)

2x - Acro Handle

(9320131) Green

1x - Acro Bar

(9200130) Green

1x - Heavy Duty Swing Hangers with Clips

(3201950)

2x - Swing Belt Seat

(9320130) Green

1x - Clock

Assembly (3320124)

1x - Cedar Summit ID Plaque

(9320357)

1x - Spin Chalk Sign

(3320715)

4x 9201254

54" chain -Green

1x - Welded Chain Bag

(3200170) Green 2x 9201225

25" chain -Green

1x - Heavy Bracket Set

(3200150) Green

2x 9200151 (L-Bracket)

1x 9200152(T-Bracket)

1x 9200150 (G-Bracket)

1x - MFL Bracket Set

(3201700)

(4pk) 3200629

Corner Panel Brkt

(6pk) 3206570

Corner Bracket

(4pk) 3200628

Corner Panel Brkt

(5pk) 3200635

Flat Panel Brkt

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2x 9201713

Door Hinge -Green

9207713

Door Catch -Brown

1x Magnetic Catch

1x Catch Plate

2x 9207711

Door Handle -Green [email protected]

Hardware Identification (Actual Size)

10pc. -PB2 -Pan Bolt

1

4

x 1

1

4

- (53433212)

5pc. - WL3 -Wafer Lag

1

4

x 1⅜" - (52613216)

15pc. - WL5 -Wafer Lag

1

4

x 2½" - (52613222)

15pc. - WB2 -Wafer Bolt 5/16 x 1⅜" - (53613316)

20pc. - WB9 -Wafer Bolt 5/16 x 2⅛" - (53613324)

11pc. - WB8 -Wafer Bolt 5/16 x 2⅜" - (53613326)

18pc. - WB7 -Wafer Bolt 5/16 x 3" - (53613330)

2pc. - G1 Hex Bolt 5/16 x 1-1/2" - (53703312)

12pc. - G8 Hex Bolt 5/16 x 2" - (53703320)

4pc. G21 Hex Bolt 5/16 x 3¾" - (53703333)

12pc. - G13 Hex Bolt 5/16 x 6⅛" - (53703364)

5pc. - LS9 -Lag Screw 5/16 x 4¾" - (52213343)

1pc. - D4 -#2 x 2" Robertson Driver Bit

(9200014)

-

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Hardware Identification (Actual Size)

1pc. - G20 Hex Bolt 3/8 x 4" - (53703840)

4pc. - G17 Hex Bolt 3/8 x 6" - (53703860)

1pc. - G18 Hex Bolt 3/8 x 9" - (53703890)

**NOTE: Appoximately 2" removed from actual size**

1pc. - G26 Hex Bolt 3/8 x 9¼" - (53703891)

**NOTE: Appoximately 2" removed from actual size**

44pc. -S13 -Pan Screw #6 x

5

8

" - (52413908)

6pc. - S5 -Pan Screw #8 x ½" - (52433502)

14pc. -S10 -Pan Screw #8 x 1" - (52433510)

52pc. - S8 -Pan Screw #12 x ¾" - (52433603)

15pc. - S7 -Pan Screw #12 x 2" - (52433620)

4pc. -WH2 -Wafer Head Screw #12 x 1" - (52613610)

12pc. - TS -Trim Screw #6 x 30mm - (52953911)

55pc. -S15 -Wood Screw #8 x 1¾" - (52043513)

8pc. -S18 -Wood Screw #6 x 1" - (52013910)

234pc. -S20 - Wood Screw #8 x 1⅜" - (52043516)

76pc. - S3 -Wood Screw

28pc. - S4 -Wood Screw

#8 x 2½" - (52043522)

#8 x 3" - (52043530)

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Hardware Identification (Actual Size)

14pc. FW0 -3/16" Flat Washer - (51103100)

17pc. FW5 - Plastic Formed Washer - (3290000)

7pc. FW1 -1/4" Flat Washer - (51103200)

7pc. LN3 -

3

8" Lock Nut

- (54303800)

112pc. FW2 - 516" Flat Washer - (51103300)

10pc. BN1 -1/4" Barrel Nut - (54803200)

12pc. LN2 -516" Lock Nut - (54303300)

14pc. FW10 -

3

8" Flat Washer -Narrow - (51103800)

82pc. TN2 -516" T- Nut (54503300)

16pc. LW2 - 5/16" Lock Washer - (51303300) 10pc. LW1 - 1/4" Lock Washer - (51303200)

Accessory Identification (Reduced Size)

(1) Maze N Wave Slide

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First Step: Inventory Parts - Read This Before Starting Assembly

STOP STOP STOP STOP

A. This is the time for you to inventory all your hardware, wood and accessories, referencing the parts identification sheets. This will assist you with your assembly.

• The wood pieces will have the key number stamped on the ends of the boards.

Organize the wood pieces by step, as per the key numbering system below.

2X 012 Post 2 x 4 x 83”

Quantity Key Number Part Description,

Part Size

Key Number: The first two digits represent the step number. The third digit represents the piece. Note that if the part is used in multiple steps then the number only reflects the first step it is used in.

• Please refer to Page 6 for proper hardware assembly.

• Each step indicates which bolts and/or screws you will need for assembly, as well as any flat washers, lock washers, t-nuts or lock nuts.

B. If there are any missing or damaged pieces or you need assistance with assembly please contact the consumer relations department directly. Call us before going back to the store.

1-877-817-5682 [email protected]

C. Read the assembly manual completely, paying special attention to ANSI warnings; notes; and safety/maintenance information on pages 1 - 6.

D. Before you discard your cartons fill out the form below.

• The carton I.D. stamp is located on the end of each carton. The tracking number is located on the Cedar Summit ID Plaque (9320357).

• Please retain this information for future reference. You will need this information if you contact the Consumer Relations Department.

MODEL NUMBER: F25650

CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 1) CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 4)

CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 2) CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 5)

CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 3) CARTON I.D. STAMP: __ __ __ __ __ 14459 ___ (Box 6)

TRACKING NUMBER (from ID Plaque):

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Step 1: Sand and Water Table Assembly

Part 1

A: Loosely attach 1 (011) Box End to 2 (010) Box Legs using 2 (WB2) 5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut), as shown in fig. 1.1 and 1.2. Make sure (011) Box End is level and flush with ends of each (010) Box

Leg and the pilot holes in each (010) Box Leg are on the outside.

B: Loosely attach 1 (012) Box Ground to the (010) Box Legs using 4 (WB2) 5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut), as shown in fig. 1.1 and 1.2. Make sure (012) Box Ground is flush to the end of one (010) Box

Leg.

C: Repeat Steps A and B to create a second Box End Assembly so it is opposite to the first Box End Assembly. (fig. 1.1 and 1.2.)

WB2 5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” T-Nut

Fig. 1.1

011

Flush

010

010

Flush

WB2

Fig. 1.2

011

012

010

012

4 x

2 x

2 x

Wood Parts

010

011

012

Box Leg FSC 5/4 x 4 x 16”

Box End FSC 5/4 x 4 x 14-1/4”

Box Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 28”

Hardware

12 x

WB2

5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 1: Sand and Water Table Assembly

Part 2

D: With assistance from another adult, place 2 (013) Box Sides on the notched out edges of the (010) Box Legs so they are flush to the outside edges of legs and loosely attach using 2 (WB7) 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut) per board, as shown in fig. 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5.

E: Make sure the assembly is square then attach both (013) Box Sides to each (011) Box End using 2 (S15) #8 x

1-3/4” Wood Screws per end, as shown in fig. 1.6.

013

Fig. 1.3

Fig. 1.5

5/16” T-Nut

WB7

5/16” Flat

Washer 010

Flush

Fig. 1.4

010

013

Top View

S15

011

Fig. 1.6

013

013

2 x

Wood Parts

013

Box Side FSC 5/4 x 4 x 32”

010

S15

8 x

S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

4 x

WB7

5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 1: Sand and Water Table Assembly

Part 3

F: Turn the Table Assembly upside down and double check the assembly is still square.

G: On the inside of each front (010) Box Leg, and flat against (013) Box Side, attach 1 (014) Box Gusset to each front (010) Box Leg using 1 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw in the top hole and 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood

Screw in the bottom hole, per gusset. (fig. 1.7)

H: Attach both (014) Box Gussets to (013) Box Side with 1 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw and 1 (S3) #8 x

2-1/2” Wood Screw per gusset, as shown in fig. 1.8.

S15

010

Fig. 1.7

010

S15

Front

014

S3

013

S3

Fig. 1.8

010

014

S3

S20

Front

014

013

010

2 x

Wood Parts

014

Box Gusset FSC 5/4 x 4 x 8-1/2” 2 x

4 x

2 x

S15

S3

S20

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 1: Sand and Water Table Assembly

Part 4

I: Turn the Table Assembly right side up.

J: Place the Sand and Water Insert into the opening of the assembly then tighten all the bolts. (fig. 1.9)

K: Secure the Sand and Water Insert to the assembly using 6 (S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws as shown in fig. 1.10 and 1.11.

L: Place the Seat over the Sand and Water Insert.

Fig. 1.9

Seat

Fig. 1.10

S13

Sand and

Water Insert

Fig. 1.12

Seat

Fig. 1.11

S13

6 x

S13

Hardware

#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

1 x Seat

1 x Sand and Water Insert [email protected]

Step 2: Access Ladder / Rockwall Assembly

Part 1

A: Place (020) Left Access Rail on left hand side of 4 (022) Ladder Treads and (021) Right Access Rail on right hand side with the grooves facing in. (fig. 2.1)

B: Fit each (022) Ladder Tread into grooves on both (020) and (021) Access Rails, make sure the top edge of the treads are flush to the front of the Access rails. (fig. 2.1 and 2.2)

C: Pre-drill pilot holes with a 1/8” drill bit and attach Rails and Ladder Treads together using 4 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2”

Wood Screws per tread. (fig. 2.1)

021

Fig. 2.1

Right Side

S3

D: Attach Swing Brackets to the inside top of (020) and (021) Access Rails at angled edge using 1 (WB2)

5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolt (with flat washer and t-nut) per bracket. Edge of Swing Bracket is flush with edge of access rails. (fig. 2.1 and 2.3)

022

Swing

Bracket

Left Side

020

Fig. 2.2

End View

S3

022

Fig. 2.3

Top of Ladder View

WB2

5/16” Flat

Washer

1 x

1 x

4 x

020

021

022

Wood Parts

Left Access Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”

Right Access Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”

Ladder Tread FSC 5/4 x 4 x 13-3/4”

16 x

S3

2 x

WB2

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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021

5/16” T-Nut

Other Parts

2 x Swing Bracket [email protected]

Step 2: Access Ladder / Rockwall Assembly

Part 2

E: Place (023) Ladder Gap on each access rail so there is a 2-3/8” gap between (023) Ladder Gap and the top

(022) Ladder Tread. Attach using 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 2.4 and 2.5)

F: Place (024) Rock Rail on the ground next to (021) Right Access Rail so it matches the orientation of the two access rails as shown in fig. 2.6. Attach (025) Top Ladder to top of Access Ladder assembly and (024) Rock

Rail using 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. Notice that the holes in the board are towards the top and notched end is at (024) Rock Rail. (fig. 2.6)

G: Attach 1 Swing Bracket to the top angled edge of (024) Rock Rail, making sure the bracket faces out. Use 1

(WB2) 5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolt (with flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 2.6)

Fig. 2.4

Fig. 2.5

2-3/8” gap between top

Tread and Ladder Gap

021

021

023

023 S20

020

020

Fig. 2.6

021

024

023

5/16” Flat

Washer

WB2

Swing Bracket

5/16” T-Nut

025

S3

020

1 x

1 x

1 x

023

024

025

Wood Parts

Ladder Gap FSC 1 x 4 x 15”

Rock Rail FSC 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”

Top Ladder FSC 5/4 x 3 x 34-1/4”

3 x

S3

1 x

4 x

WB2

S20

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

5/16 x 1-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

#8 x 1-3/8 ” Wood Screw

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Other Parts

1 x Swing Bracket [email protected]

Step 3: Rockwall Assembly

Part 1

A: Place (030) Board Access at top of the Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly and (031) Rock Bottom at the bottom of the assembly as shown in fig. 3.1. Then place (032) Rock Board A, (033) Rock Board B, (034) Rock

Board C and (035) Rock Board D as shown in fig. 3.1. Do not screw boards down yet. Rock holes are to be staggered so they do not form a straight line and are at the top of the boards. Note: Rock Boards are to be flush to (021) Right Access Rail and pilot holes are centred over (024) Rock Rail. (fig. 3.1)

B: Make sure all boards fit together snugly and the assembly is square, then attach (030) Board Access and

(031) Rock Bottom using 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 3.1)

C: Fasten all the other boards with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 3.1)

D: Place EN71 Hand Rail 1” from front edge of (025) Top Ladder and on (020) Left Access Rail. Pre-drill holes

using a 3/16” drill bit then attach EN71 Hand Rail using 2 (WL3) 1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lags (with flat washer). (fig.

3.2 and 3.3)

WL3

Fig. 3.3

EN71

Hand Rail

WL3

025

Fig. 3.1

1/4” Flat

Washer

025

030

033 1”

EN71

Hand Rail

1/4” Flat

Washer

032

033

035

Fig. 3.2

020 020

034

EN71

Hand Rail

032

033

035

IMPORTANT! pattern

034

032

020

S20 x 4 per board

021

031

1 x

1 x

3 x

3 x

030

031

032

033

Wood Parts

Board Access FSC 1 x 4 x 20-1/2”

Rock Bottom FSC 1 x 6 x 20-1/2”

Rock Board A FSC 1 x 6 x 20-1/2”

Rock Board B FSC 1 x 6 x 20-1/2”

2 x

2 x

034

035

Rock Board C FSC 1 x 4 x 20-1/2”

Rock Board D FSC 1 x 6 x 20-1/2”

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024

48 x

S20

2 x

WL3

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag

(1/4” flat washer)

Other Parts

1 x EN71 Hand Rail [email protected]

Step 3: Rockwall Assembly

Part 2

E: Alternating colours and shapes, attach 1 rock to each rock board using 1 (PB2) 1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and barrel nut) and 1 (S10) #8 x 1” Pan Screw per rock. (fig. 3.4 and 3.5)

The Pan Screw is placed in the hole beneath the Pan Bolt. (fig. 3.4 and 3.5)

Note: Make sure all hardware is used to secure each rock properly.

Fig. 3.4

Fig. 3.5

1/4” Lock

Washer

3/16” Flat

Washer

1/4”

Barrel Nut

PB2

S10

10 x

10 x

PB2

S10

Hardware

1/4 x 1-1/4 Pan Bolt

(1/4” lock washer, 3/16” flat washer & 1/4” barrel nut)

#8 x 1” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

10 x Rocks (green/yellow/burgundy) [email protected]

Step 4: Panel Preparation

Part 1

A: On the outside of (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel place 2 (041) Window Shutters on each side of both windows.

This distance between the shutters should be 11”. (fig. 4.1 and 4.2)

B: Attach each (041) Window Shutter to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 3 (TS) #6 x 30 mm Trim Screws per shutter. (fig. 4.2) Note: 2 outer Shutters need to be flush to outside edge of panel. (fig.4.2)

Fig. 4.1

041

Fig. 4.2

040

Flush

TS x 3 per

Window Shutter

11”

11”

Flush

1 x

4 x

040

041

Wood Parts

Cafe Wall Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 35-1/2 x 99”

Window Shutter FSC 5/8 x 3 x 15”

12 x TS

Hardware

#6 x 30 mm Trim Screw

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Step 4: Panel Preparation

Part 2

C: Place the Clock on (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel lining the hole in the Clock to the hole in the 5th siding down from the top windows. Make sure the Clock is snug to the siding. Attach to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 4 (S10) #8 x 1” Pan Screws. (fig. 4.3 and 4.4)

D: Insert the Clock Knob from the back of (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel through the hole in the siding, then with 1 person on the back of the panel and 1 on the front place the Hour Hand over the Clock Knob making sure they are lined up properly. Finally, press the Minute Hand over the Hour Hand. (fig. 4.5 and 4.6)

5th Siding

Fig. 4.5

040

Fig. 4.3

Knob

Clock

Minute Hand

Fig. 4.6

040

Knob

Minute Hand

Hour Hand

Fig. 4.4

040

S10

Hour Hand

Clock

Clock

4 x

S10

Hardware

#8 x 1” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

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Step 4: Panel Preparation

Part 3

E: From the back of (042) Chalkwall Panel place the Spin Chalk Sign in the opening so it sits tight to the panel.

(fig. 4.7 and 4.8)

F: Attach Spin Chalk Sign to (042) Chalkwall Panel with 6 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws. (fig. 4.8)

Fig. 4.7

Fig. 4.8

042

042

S5

Front

Spin Chalk Sign

Back

1 x

042

Wood Parts

Chalkwall Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 16-3/4 x 56” 6 x S5

Hardware

#8 x 1/2” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

1 x Spin Chalk Sign [email protected]

Step 4: Panel Preparation

Part 4

G: Place (044) SW Wall at the top of the front of (043) SW

Side Panel and attach with 4 (G21) 5/16 x 3-3/4” Hex Bolts

(with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 4.9 and 4.10)

Fig. 4.9

044

043

Fig. 4.10

Front Side

G21

043

5/16” Lock

Washer

5/16” Flat

Washer

044

1 x

1 x

043

044

Wood Parts

SW Side Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 36 x 87-1/4”

SW Wall FSC 4 x 4 x 38-1/2”

5/16” t-nut

4 x

G21

Hardware

5/16 x 3-3/4” Hex Bolt

(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer & 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 5: Swing Side Panel Assembly

Part 1

A: Place 1 (050) Narrow Window Panel on the ground. Measure 3-1/4” up from the bottom of the panel on the left side and attach a 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket to the panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 5.1 and 5.2)

B: Measure 84” from the bottom of (050) Narrow Window Panel and attach a second 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel

Bracket with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 5.1 and 5.2)

Note: Bottom of 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket must sit at 84”.

Fig. 5.1

2 x 2-1/4”

Corner

Panel

Bracket

050

Fig. 5.2

2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel

Bracket

Flat edge up

S8

2”

050

84”

1 x

050

Wood Parts

Narrow Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 16-3/4 x 99” 4 x S8

Hardware

#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

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2 x 2-1/4”

Corner

Panel

Bracket

3-1/4”

Other Parts

2 x 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket [email protected]

Step 5: Swing Side Panel Assembly

Part 2

C: Place 1 (051) SL Side Window Panel on the ground. Measure 3-1/4” up from the bottom of the panel on the right side and attach a 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket to the panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 5.3 and 5.4)

D: Measure 48-3/4” from the bottom of (051) SL Side Window Panel and attach a second 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner

Panel Bracket with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 5.3 and 5.4)

Note: Bottom of 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket must sit at 48-3/4”.

Fig. 5.3

Note: Corner panel brackets must be on this side.

S8

Fig. 5.4

051

Flat edge up

1-1/2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel

Bracket

48-3/4”

1-1/2”

1 x

051

Wood Parts

SL Side Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 30 x 54-1/8” 4 x S8

Hardware

#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

Back View

3-1/4”

Other Parts

2 x 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket

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90

°

Step 5: Swing Side Panel Assembly

Part 3

E: Lay (043) SW Side Panel from Step 4, Part 4 on the ground, then with a helper hold (050) Narrow Window

90

°

F: Attach both Corner Panel Brackets to (043) SW Side Panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket.

(fig. 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7)

Fig. 5.5

050

S8

90

°

Fig. 5.7

050

Flush

043

Corner Panel Bracket

Fig. 5.6

043

050

043 Corner Panel Bracket

4 x

Hardware

S8 #12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

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Step 5: Swing Side Panel Assembly

Part 4

G: With a helper hold (051) SL Side Window Panel up against the left side edge of (043) SW Side Panel so the bottom edges are flush. Attach both Corner Panel Brackets to (043) SW Side Panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan

Screws per bracket. (fig. 5.8 and 5.9)

Note: Make sure panels are square and flush to each other. (fig. 5.10)

H: Pre-drill with a 3/16” drill bit, then fasten the (050) Narrow Window Panel and (051) SL Side Window Panel to

(043) SW Side Panel with 3 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lags per panel. (fig. 5.8)

90

°

Fig. 5.10

Corner Panel Bracket

Flush

043

Fig. 5.9

051

S8

051

Fig. 5.8

050

043

WL5

90

°

90

°

WL5

6 x

Hardware

WL5

1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag

4 x S8 #12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

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Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 1

A: Place 1 (042) Chalkwall Panel from Step 4, Part 3 on the ground. Measure 3-1/4” up from the bottom of the panel on the left side and attach a 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket to the panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan

Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 6.1 and

6.2)

B: Measure 50-3/4” from the bottom of (042) Chalkwall Panel and attach a second 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel

Bracket with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 6.1 and 6.2)

Note: Bottom of 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket must sit at 50-3/4”.

1-1/2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel

Bracket

Fig. 6.1

042

50-3/4”

Fig. 6.2

Flat edge up

1-1/2”

042

3-1/4”

1-1/2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel

Bracket

S8

1-1/2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel Bracket

Back View

4 x

Hardware

S8 #12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

2 x 1-1/2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket [email protected]

Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 2

C: Place 1 (060) Narrow Half Window Panel on the ground. Measure 3-1/4” up from the bottom of the panel on the right side and attach a 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket to the panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 6.3 and 6.4)

D: Measure 50-3/4” from the bottom of (060) Narrow Half Window Panel and attach a second 2 x 2-1/4” Corner

Panel Bracket with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. The flat edge of the bracket must be facing up and it must be installed on the correct side. (fig. 6.3 and 6.4)

Note: Bottom of 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket must sit at 50-3/4”.

Fig. 6.3

2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel Bracket

060

50-3/4”

Fig. 6.4

060

2”

3-1/4”

S8

Flat edge up

2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel Bracket

2 x 2-1/4”

Corner Panel Bracket

1 x

060

Wood Parts

Half Narrow Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 16-3/4 x 56” 4 x S8

Hardware

#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

Other Parts

2 x 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket

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Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 3

E: Lay (061) Door Wall Window Panel on the ground, then with a helper hold (042) Chalkwall Panel up against the right side edge of (061) Door Wall Window Panel so the bottom edges are flush. (fig. 6.5)

F: Attach both Corner Panel Brackets to (061) Door Wall Window Panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket. (fig. 6.5 and 6.7)

G: With a helper hold (060) Narrow Half Window Panel up against the left side edge of (061) Door Wall Window

Panel so the bottom edges are flush. Attach both Corner Panel Brackets to (061) Door Wall Window Panel with

2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket. (fig. 6.5 and 6.6)

Fig. 6.5

042

060

S8

042

060

Fig. 6.6

Corner Panel Bracket

061

Inside View

S8

Flush

061

1 x

061

Wood Parts

Door Wall Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 36 x 54-1/8” 8 x

Hardware

S8

#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

Fig. 6.7

061

Corner Panel Bracket

Flush

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90

°

Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 4

Note: Make sure panels are square and flush to each other. (fig. 6.9)

H: Pre-drill with a 3/16” drill bit, then fasten (042) Chalkwall Panel and (060) Narrow Half Window Panel to (061)

Door Wall Window Panel with 3 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lags per panel. (fig. 6.8)

042

060

061

Fig. 6.8

WL5

WL5

90

°

Fig. 6.9

6 x WL5

Hardware

1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag

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Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 5

I: Install 4 - 5/16” t-nuts in (062) Front Floor as shown in fig. 6.10.

J: Install 6 - 5/16” t-nuts in (063) Front Ground, (064) Back Floor and (065) Back Ground as shown in fig. 6.11,

6.12 and 6.13.

5/16” t-nut

Fig. 6.10

062 5/16” t-nut

Fig. 6.11

063

Fig. 6.12

064

5/16” t-nut

Fig. 6.13

065

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

062

063

064

065

Wood Parts

Front Floor FSC 2 x 4 x 81”

Front Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 79-3/4”

Back Floor FSC 2 x 4 x 81”

Back Ground FSC 5/4 x 4 x 79-3/4”

5/16” t-nut

Hardware

22 x 5/16” T-Nuts

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Step 6: Door Wall Assembly

Part 6

K: Starting at the bottom of the Door Wall Assembly, making sure the t-nuts are facing inward (fig. 6.15), loosely attach (063) Front Ground to (042) Chalkwall Panel with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) and

(065) Back Ground to (060) Half Narrow Window Panel with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) as shown in fig. 6.14.

L: Make sure the t-nuts are facing inward (fig. 6.15) and loosely attach (062) Front Floor to (042) Chalkwall

Panel with 2 (WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) and (064) Back Floor to (060) Half Narrow

Window Panel with 2 (WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) as shown in fig. 6.14.

.

Fig. 6.14

Notice T-Nuts are facing inward

Fig. 6.15

Notice T-Nuts are facing inward

065

063

064

WB9

Bottom

060

WB8 with 5/16”

Flat Washers

042

WB9 with 5/16”

Flat Washers WB8

062

Top

Door Wall

Assembly

4 x WB8

4 x

WB9

Hardware

5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

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Step 7: Join Door Wall and Swing Side Wall Assemblies

Part 1

A: With at least two helpers lift the Door Wall Assembly, as shown in fig. 7.1 and 7.2.

B: With at least two helpers lift the Swing Side Wall Assembly so it faces the Door Wall Assembly and slide both assemblies together so (062) Front Floor, (063) Front Ground, (064) Back Floor and (065) Back Ground are tight to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel as shown in fig. 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5.

040

Fig. 7.5

064

062

065

Fig. 7.1

063

Fig. 7.2

Fig. 7.4

Door Wall Assembly

Fig. 7.3

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Step 7: Join Door Wall and Swing Side Wall Assemblies

Part 2

C: Loosely attach (063) Front Ground and (065) Back Ground to (051) SL Side Window Panel and (050) Narrow

Window Panel with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) per board as shown in fig. 7.6, 7.7 and

7.8.

D: Loosely attach (064) Back Floor to (050) Narrow Window Panel with 2 (WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer) as shown in fig. 7.7.

050

Fig. 7.6

Fig. 7.7

with 5/16”

Flat Washer

WB8

064

051

Front

063

Fig. 7.8

065

Back

WB9 with 5/16”

Flat Washer

050

5/16”

Flat Washer

WB9

4 x

2 x

WB9

WB8

Hardware

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

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Step 8: Front Wall Assembly

Part 1

A: Fit (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel, from Step 4, in between (051) SL Side Window Panel and (042) Chalkwall

Panel. Make sure the panels are tight together. Loosely fasten (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel to (063) Front

Ground with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with 5/16” flat washer - t-nuts previously installed). (fig. 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3)

B: Loosely fasten (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel to (062) Front Floor with 2 (WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolts

(with 5/16” flat washer - t-nuts previously installed). (fig. 8.1 and 8.2 )

Fig. 8.2

Fig. 8.1

040

Swing Wall

051

063

(hidden)

042

062

Door Wall

WB8 with 5/16”

Flat Washer

5/16” Flat

Washer

Fig. 8.3

051

040

042

WB9

040

063

(hidden)

2 x

2 x

WB9

WB8

Hardware

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer)

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Step 8: Front Wall Assembly

Part 2

C: Make sure the assembly is on level ground and (051) SL Side Window Panel and (042) Chalkwall Panel are square and tight to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel.

D: Tighten all 10 Wafer Bolts on the front side as shown in fig. 8.4.

Fig. 8.4

040

062

051

Tighten

Front

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Step 8: Front Wall Assembly

Part 3

E: On the outside of the assembly place (080) Table Top in the opening of (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel, tight to the bottom half of the opening and tight to the corner of the panels, as shown in fig. 8.5 and 8.6. Attach (080)

Table Top to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 8.6.

F: On the outside of the assembly place 2 (081) Table Gussets tight to the bottom of (080) Table Top and tight to

(040) Cafe Wall Window Panel so they are centered over the pilot holes and attach from inside the assembly with

2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws and to (080) Table Top with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws as shown in fig.

8.6.

G: On the inside of the assembly attach (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel to (042) Chalkwall Panel and (051)

SL Side Window Panel using 2 Flat Panel Brackets in the places shown with 4 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket. (fig. 8.7)

Fig. 8.5

Fig. 8.6

S3

080

S15

051

S15

Front 042

081

Notice beveled edge faces out.

040

Front

Outside View

Fig. 8.7

040

Flat Panel

Bracket

1 x

2 x

080

081

Wood Parts

Table Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 35-1/2”

Table Gusset FSC 2 x 3 x 3”

042

Flat Panel

Bracket

S8 x 4 per bracket

051

Front Inside View

8 x

4 x

2 x

Hardware

S8 #12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

S15 #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Other Parts

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Step 8: Front Wall Assembly

Part 4

H: Attach (043) SW Side Panel to (062) Front Floor and to (064) Back Floor with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws per side as shown in fig. 8.8 and 8.9.

I: Tight to the top of (051) SL Side Window Panel attach (082) SL Post to (043) SW Side Panel with 3 (S3) #8 x

2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 8.8 and 8.9.

Fig. 8.9

Fig. 8.8

064

082

043

062

S4

S4

064

S3

062

Tight

051

1 x

082

Wood Parts

SL Post FSC 1-1/4 x 1-1/4 x 44-7/8” 4 x

3 x

S4

S3

Hardware

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

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Step 9: Door Wall Assembly

Part 1

A: On the inside of (090) Door Window Panel, measure 16” up from the bottom and attach Catch Plate using 2

(S18) #6 x 1” Wood Screws. (fig. 9.1 and 9.2)

B: On the inside of (090) Door Window Panel next to the Catch Plate attach 1 Door Handle using 2 (S13) #6 x

5/8” Pan Screws. (fig. 9.1 and 9.2)

Fig. 9.1

090

S13

Fig. 9.2

Catch Plate

16”

Inside View

Door Handle

S18

1 x

090

Wood Parts

Door Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 16-3/4 x 44-7/16” 2 x

2 x

S18

S13

Hardware

#6 x 1” Wood Screw

#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

1 x Door Handle

1 x Catch Plate [email protected]

Step 9: Door Wall Assembly

Part 2

C: On the outside of the (090) Door Window Panel attach the second Door Handle at approximately the same place as the one on the inside. Use 2 (S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws. (fig.9.3)

D: Attach 2 Door Hinges on the outside of the (090) Door Window Panel on the opposite side from the Door

Handle. Judge spacing based on fig. 9.3. Use 3 (S13) # 6 x 5/8” Pan Screws per Hinge.

Note: Hinge stops must be tight to (090) Door Window Panel. (fig. 9.4)

Fig. 9.3

Fig. 9.4

Top View

1/2”

090

S13

Hinge Stop

S13

Outside View

8 x

S13

Hardware

#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

1 x Door Handle

2 x Door Hinge [email protected]

Step 9: Door Wall Assembly

Part 3

E: In the opening for the door, measure 5/8” from the top of Door Wall Window Panel bottom and maximum 5/8” from right side of the opening which would be the Door Hinge side and attach the remaining side of the hinges to

(061) Door Wall Window Panel using 3 (S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws per hinge. (fig. 9.5, 9.6 and 9.7)

Fig. 9.7

S13

Fig. 9.5

Fig. 9.6

061

5/8”

5/8”

6 x

Hardware

S13

#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

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Step 9: Door Wall Assembly

Part 4

F: In the notched out opening of (091) Door Stop attach the Magnetic Catch using 2 (S18) #6 x 1” Wood Screws.

(fig. 9.8) Important: Use a hand held screw driver and DO NOT over tighten.

G: On the inside of the assembly, attach (091) Door Stop to (061) Door Wall Window Panel with 3 (S15) #8 x

1-3/4” Wood Screws, making sure (091) Door Stop overhangs (061) Door Wall Window Panel by 1-1/4” and is in position to receive the Catch Plate. (fig. 9.9, 9.10 and 9.11).

Fig. 9.8

Fig. 9.9

091

Fig. 9.10

090

S18

061

S15

Fig. 9.11

091

091

061

1 x 091

Wood Parts

Door Stop FSC 5/4 x 4 x 10” 2 x

3 x

Hardware

S18 #6 x 1” Wood Screw

S15 #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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1-1/4”

Other Parts

1 x Magnetic Catch [email protected]

Step 9: Door Wall Assembly

Part 5

H: On the outside of the assembly attach (092) Floor End to the top of (061) Door Wall Window Panel, (062)

Front Floor and (064) Back Floor with 4 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws, as shown in fig. 9.12 and 9.13. Notice the orientation of the pilot holes. Make sure the top of (092) Floor End measures 2” from top of both (062) Front

Floor and (064) Back Floor.

I: On the inside of the assembly attach (093) Door Bottom to the bottom of (061) Door Wall Window Panel with 8

(S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws, as shown in fig. 9.14 and 9.15.

Fig. 9.13

Fig. 9.12

2”

092

062

064

S4

061

Fig. 9.14

Flush

Fig. 9.15

Parts removed for clarity

093

061

S20

1 x

1 x

092

093

Wood Parts

Floor End FSC 5/4 x 6 x 38-1/2”

Door Bottom FSC 1 x 4 x 33-1/2”

8 x

4 x

S20

S4

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

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Step 10: Back Wall Assembly

Part 1

A: Place 1 (050) Narrow Window Panel beside (060) Half Narrow Window Panel on the back side. Make sure the panels are tight together. Loosely fasten (050) Narrow Window Panel to (065) Back Ground with 2 (WB9)

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with 5/16” flat washer - t-nuts previously installed) and to (064) Back Floor with 2

(WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolts (with 5/16” flat washer - t-nuts previously installed). (fig. 10.1 and 10.2)

B: Loosely attach (100) Back Top to the tops of both (050) Narrow Window Panels with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8”

Wafer Bolts (with 5/16” flat washer and 5/16” t-nut) per panel. (fig. 10.1, 10.3 and 10.4)

Fig. 10.1

Fig. 10.3

100 5/16” t-nut

100

5/16” Flat

Washer

WB8

050

WB9

050

064

050

065

Back

Fig. 10.4

5/16” t-nut

5/16” Flat

Washer

060

Fig. 10.2

100

WB9

050

060

5/16” Flat

Washer

WB9

Swing Wall

050

1 x

1 x

050

100

Wood Parts

Narrow Window Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 16-3/4 x 99”

Back Top FSC 5/4 x 4 x 65-1/2”

6 x WB9

Hardware

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt (5/16” flat washer, 4 x 5/16” t-nut)

2 x

WB8

5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt (5/16” flat washer)

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Step 10: Back Wall Assembly

Part 2

C: Make sure the assembly is square.

D: Tighten all 16 Wafer Bolts on the back side as shown in fig. 10.5.

Fig. 10.5

100

064

065

060

Tighten

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Step 10: Back Wall Assembly

Part 3

E: On the inside of the assembly attach (050) Narrow Window Panel to (060) Half Narrow Window Panel using 1

Flat Panel Bracket with 4 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws. (fig. 10.6 and 10.7)

Fig. 10.7

050

Fig. 10.6

Back

Front

060

Flat Panel Bracket

S8

4 x S8

Hardware

#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

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Other Parts

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Step 11: Swing Wall Assembly

Part 1

Keep all bolts loose in this step.

A: Loosely attach (110) Ground SW to the bottom of (043) SW Side Panel using 4 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 11.1, 11.2 and 11.3)

B: At each end of (110) Ground SW loosely attach 1 (111) Diagonal with 1 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per side. (fig. 11.1 and 11.2)

Fig. 11.1

Fig. 11.3

043

060

111

5/16” T-Nut

Inside

View

043

043 Fig. 11.2

050

111

110

111

1 x

2 x

110

111

Wood Parts

Ground SW FSC 5/4 x 4 x 82-5/8”

Diagonal FSC 2 x 3 x 42-1/4”

5/16” T-Nut

110

5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” Lock

Washer

6 x G8

Hardware

5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt

(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 11: Swing Wall Assembly

Part 2

C: Pre-drill pilot holes with a 3/16” drill bit then attach (111) Diagonal to (050) Narrow Window Panel and (060)

Half Narrow Window Panel with 1 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag (with flat washer) per diagonal. (fig. 11.4)

D: Tighten all 6 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolts from Step 11 A and B.

E: In the opening of (043) SW Side Panel attach (112) SW Table Top, tight to the corner of the panels, with 3

(S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 11.4.

Fig. 11.4

S3

060

1/4” Flat

Washer

WL5

111

112

WL5

111

050

1 x 112

Wood Parts

SW Table Top FSC 5/4 x 3 x 31-3/4”

043

2 x WL5

Hardware

1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag (1/4” flat washer)

3 x S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

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Step 12: Slide Top Assembly

Part 1

A: Loosely attach (120) SL Top Left to 1 (122) Post and (123) SL Top Right to another (122) Post with 1 (G1)

5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per post. (fig. 12.1 and 12.2)

B: Loosely attach 1 (121) Short Joist to the bottom of both (122) Posts with 1 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per post. (fig. 12.1 and 12.2)

Note: Make sure (120) SL Top Left, (123) SL Top Right and (121) Short Joists are level to the top and bottom of (122) Posts.

120

G1

Fig. 12.1

5/16” T-Nut

123

Fig. 12.2

5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” Lock

Washer

G1

Left Side

Post Assembly

122

121

Right Side

Post Assembly

122

G8

5/16” T-Nut

121

5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” Lock

Washer

G8

1 x

2 x

2 x

1 x

120

121

122

123

Wood Parts

SL Top Left FSC 5/4 x 5 x 9-3/4”

Short Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 5-1/4”

Post FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31-7/8”

SL Top Right FSC 5/4 x 5 x 6-1/2”

2 x

2 x

Hardware

G1 5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt (5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

G8 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 12: Slide Top Assembly

Part 2

C: Place Left Side Post Assembly tight to (043) SW Side Panel and (082) SL Post and Right Side Post Assembly tight to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel so both (121) Short Joists are flush to the top of (062) Front Floor and centred over the pilot holes then attach with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws per assembly. (fig. 12.3 and 12.4)

D: Place (124) Short Floor Joist flush to the top of (062) Front Floor and centred over the middle pilot holes then attach with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws. (fig. 12.3 and 12.4)

082

043

Fig. 12.3

Right Side

Post Assembly

Left Side

Post Assembly

040

S4

051

Front

121

043

040

Fig. 12.4

121

1 x

124

Wood Parts

Short Floor Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 5-1/4”

124

Flush

062

6 x

Hardware

S4

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

Inside View

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Step 12: Slide Top Assembly

Part 3

E: Make sure (120) SL Top Left is flush to the inside edge of the panel support then attach to (043) SW Side

Panel and attach (123) SL Top Right to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 12.5 and 12.6)

F: Make sure both (120) SL Top Left and (123) SL Top Right are level then tighten bolts on each Post Assembly.

Fig. 12.6

120

043

Panel Support

Flush

S15

Fig. 12.5

040

123

Hardware

4 x

S15

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 12: Slide Top Assembly

Part 4

G: Flush to the tops of each (122) Post attach (125) SL Top to (120) SL Top Left and (123) SL Top Right with 4

(S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 12.7)

H: Flush to the tops of (121) Short Joists and (124) Short Floor Joist attach (126) SL End with 6 (S4) #8 x 3”

Wood Screws. (fig. 12.7)

Flush

Fig. 12.7

123

125

120

Flush

122

S3

122

S4

121

124

121

Flush

126

1 x

1 x

125

126

Wood Parts

SL Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 30-5/8”

SL End FSC 2 x 4 x 28-3/4”

Flush

4 x

6 x

S3

S4

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

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Step 12: Slide Top Assembly

Part 5

I: Attach (127) Front Top to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut) as shown in fig. 12.8 and 12.9.

J: Attach (127) Front Top to (082) SL Post with 1 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw in the top hole. (fig. 12.8 and

12.9)

Fig. 12.8

127

082

040

5/16” T-Nut

5/16” Flat

Washer

Fig. 12.9

127

Flush

082

S15

Leave this hole empty.

1 x

127

Wood Parts

Front Top FSC 5/4 x 4 x 65-1/2”

WB9

1 x S15

2 x

WB9

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt (5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 13: Install Fort Ground Stakes

MOVE FORT TO FINAL LOCATION PRIOR TO STAKING

FINAL LOCATION MUST BE LEVEL GROUND

A: In the 4 places shown in fig. 13.1 drive the Rebar Ground Stakes 13” into the ground against (063) Front

Ground, (065) Back Ground and both (111) Diagonals. Be careful not to hit the washer while hammering stakes into the ground as this could cause the washer to break off.

B: Attach ground stakes to (063) Front Ground, (065) Back Ground and both (111) Diagonals using 1 (S7) #12 x 2”

Pan Screw per ground stake as shown in fig. 13.2 and 13.3.

C: After driving stakes into the ground, check for sharp edges caused by the impact of the hammer. Smooth any sharp edges from impact area and touch up with outdoor paint.

Warning!

To prevent tipping and avoid potential injury, stakes must be driven 13” into ground. Digging or driving stakes can be dangerous if you do not check first for under-ground wiring, cables or gas lines.

Fig. 13.1

Fig. 13.3

Inside View 111

111

063 and 065

S7

Ground Stake

13”

In Ground

Front

Fig. 13.2

110

111

109” 86”

S7

47”

In Ground

13”

Ground Stake

101”

SEE FRONT COVER FOR SAFETY CLEARANCE

4 x

S7

Hardware

#12 x 2” Pan Screw

Other Parts

4 x Rebar Ground Stake

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Step 14: Attach Floor Joist

A: With one person inside the assembly line (140) Floor Joist up to the pilot holes on the (092) Floor End then attach with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws. The joist should rest on (061) Door Wall Window Panel. (fig. 14.1 and

14.2)

B: Line (140) Floor Joist up to the pilot holes on the (043) SW Side Panel, making sure the top of the joist is flush to the top of the panel board shown in fig. 14.3 then attach with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws. (fig. 14.1,

14.3 and 14.4)

140

Fig. 14.1

Fig. 14.2

S4

092

061

Flush

Fig. 14.4

Inside View

Fig. 14.3

Note: Board removed for clarity.

140

Flush 043

1 x

140

Wood Parts

Floor Joist FSC 2 x 4 x 81”

043

4 x

Hardware

S4 #8 x 3” Wood Screw

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Step 15: Floor Board Assembly

Part 1

A: Place 3 (150) Slidenest Floors on (126) SL End, (062) Front Floor, (140) Floor Joist and (064) Back Floor.

These boards should be tight to (043) SW Side Panel. (fig. 15.1 and 15.2)

B: Place 3 (151) Slidenest Floor A’s next to (150) Slidenest Floors. (fig. 15.1 and 15.2)

C: These floor boards are between both (121) Posts and evenly spaced. Attach all 6 boards with 8 (S20) #8 x

1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 15.2)

Tight

Fig. 15.1

Top View

150 151

Swing Side Wall

043

Door Wall Side

121

Front

Fig. 15.2

043

121

S20 x 8 per board

064

140

3 x

3 x

150

151

Wood Parts

Slidenest Floor FSC 1 x 6 x 42-1/2”

Slidenest Floor A FSC 1 x 5 x 42-1/2”

126

48 x S20

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 15: Floor Board Assembly

Part 2

D: Next to (151) Slidenest Floor A place 9 (152) Floors followed by 1 (153) Floor A. Make sure all boards are evenly spaced and (153) Floor A is tight to (092) Floor End. (fig. 15.3)

E: Evenly space and attach the 10 unfastened floor boards to (062) Front Floor, (140) Floor Joist and (064) Back

Floor with 6 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 15.4)

Swing Side Wall

Fig. 15.4

151

Back

064

Fig. 15.3

092

153

140

(hidden)

Door Wall Side

152

Front

S20 x 6 per board

062

(hidden)

092

9 x

1 x

152

153

Wood Parts

Floor FSC 1 x 6 x 36”

Floor A FSC 1 x 5 x 36”

60 x S20

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 1

A: Loosely attach (160) Crowsnest Top flush to the top of 2 (161) Crowsnest Posts, noticing the bolt holes are at the top, with 2 (WB7) 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 16.1, 16.2 and 16.3)

B: Loosely attach 1 (162) Crowsnest Side flush to the top of each (161) Crowsnest Posts with 2 (WB9) 5/16 x

2-1/8” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 16.1, 16.2 and 16.3)

WB9

Fig. 16.2

5/16” T-Nut

Fig. 16.1

162

160

5/16” T-Nut (hidden)

5/16” Flat

Washer

162

WB9

161

5/16” Flat

Washer

WB7

161

162

Fig. 16.3

Top View

1 x

2 x

2 x

160

161

162

Wood Parts

Crowsnest Top FSC 5/4 x 5 x 37-7/8”

Crowsnest Post FSC 2 x 3 x 28”

Crowsnest Side FSC 5/4 x 5 x 16-3/4”

160

161

162

161

2 x

2 x

Hardware

WB7 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolt (5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

WB9

5/16 x 2-1/8” Wafer Bolt (5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 2

C: Tight to the top of (042) Chalkwall Panel place 1 (163) Crowsnest Bottom in between (040) Cafe Wall Window

Panel and (092) Floor End on the front of the assembly. Notice the pilot hole at the top of the board. Attach to

(062) Front Floor with 3 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 16.4 and 16.5).

D: Tight to the top of (060) Half Narrow Window Panel place a second (163) Crowsnest Bottom in between (050)

Narrow Window Panel and (092) Floor End on the back of the assembly. Notice the pilot hole at the top of the board. Attach to (064) Back Floor with 3 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 16.4 and 16.5)

Fig. 16.4

Back

Fig. 16.5

050

S7

Front

040

163

060

064

(hidden)

092

S7

2 x

163

Wood Parts

Crowsnest Bottom FSC 2 x 4 x 16-3/4”

042

062

(hidden)

6 x S7

Hardware

#12 x 2” Pan Screw

69

Notice hole location.

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 3

E: Place Crowsnest Frame Assembly from Step 16, Part 1 on the fort so the (161) Crowsnest Posts are tight to (092) Floor End and (163) Crowsnest Bottoms. (162) Crowsnest Sides should be tight to (040) Cafe Wall

Window Panel and (050) Narrow Window Panel, flush to the inside edges of each panel and level. Make sure

Crowsnest Frame Assembly is square then fasten (162) Crowsnest Sides to each (161) Crowsnest Post with 1

(S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw per post and (160) Crowsnest Top to each (161) Crowsnest Post with 1 (S3) #8 x

2-1/2” Wood Screw per post. (fig. 16.6)

F: Attach each (163) Crowsnest Bottom to each (161) Crowsnest Post with 1 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw per post. (fig. 16.6)

G: Attach (092) Floor End to both (161) Crowsnest Posts with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws then tighten all bolts from this step. (fig. 16.6)

H: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach (162) Crowsnest Sides to the panels using 1 Flat Panel Bracket with 4

(S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per side. (fig. 16.6)

Flat Panel Bracket

Fig. 16.6

162

S15

Flush

040

Flat Panel

Bracket

S8 x 4 per bracket

050

S3

162

160

161

092

163

S15

S15

S15

S3

163

161

4 x

4 x

8 x

Hardware

S15 #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

S3

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

S8 #12 x 3/4” Pan Screw

70

S3

Other Parts

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 4

I: Measure 14-1/2” from the inside edge of (161) Crowsnest Post and attach (164) Centre Wall Board to (160)

Crowsnest Top and (092) Floor End with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 16.7 and 16.8. (164)

Centre Wall Board should sit tight on top of (153) Floor A.

J: Place (165) Steering Wheel Dash on top of (160) Crowsnest Top, centred over (164) Centre Wall Board and attach to (160) Crowsnest Top with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws and to (164) Centre Wall Board with 2 (S20)

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 16.8)

Fig. 16.7

14-1/2”

S3

161

Fig. 16.8

160

164 S20

165

092

153

1 x

1 x

164

165

Wood Parts

Centre Wall Board FSC 1 x 5 x 32”

Steering Wheel Dash FSC 5/4 x 5 x 12-1/8”

2 x

6 x

S3

S20

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 5

K: Measure 2-3/4” from each (161) Crowsnest Post and attach 2 (166) Wall Boards to (160) Crowsnest Top and

(092) Floor End, tight to (153) Floor A, with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 16.9)

L: Evenly space 2 more (166) Wall Boards between (164) Centre Wall Board and the first (166) Wall Boards, tight to (153) Floor A, then attach to (160) Crowsnest Top and (092) Floor End with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood

Screws per board. (fig. 16.9)

164

160

2-3/4”

161

Fig. 16.9

161

166

4 x

166

Wood Parts

Wall Board FSC 1 x 4 x 26-1/2”

092

S20 x 4 per board

153

16 x S20

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 16: Crowsnest Assembly

Part 6

M: Measure 2-5/8” from both (161) Crowsnest Posts and attach 1 (166) Wall Board per side to (162) Crowsnest

Sides and (163) Crowsnest Bottoms, tight to (152) Floors, with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig.

16.10 and 16.11)

N: Evenly space 1 (166) Wall Board between (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel and (166) Wall Board and between

(050) Narrow Window Panel and (166) Wall Board, tight to (152) Floors, then attach to (162) Crowsnest Sides and (163) Crowsnest Bottoms with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 16.10 and 16.11)

Fig. 16.11

050

162

S20 x 4 per board

161

166

163

152

166

161

2-5/8”

152

162

Fig. 16.10

040

4 x

166

Wood Parts

Wall Board FSC 1 x 4 x 26-1/2” 16 x S20

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 17: Attach Steering Wheel and Telescope

A: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit, then attach Steering Wheel to (164) Centre Wall Board and (165) Steering Wheel

Dash with 1 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag (with flat washer). (fig. 17.1 and 17.2)

B: On the Front of the assembly attach Telescope to (161) Crowsnest Post and (162) Crowsnest Side with 2

(S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 17.1 and 17.3)

Fig. 17.1

Fig. 17.3

5/16” Flat

Washer

Front

Fig. 17.2

161

5/16” Flat

Washer

165

162

S15

WL5

Steering Wheel

Inside Fort View

1 x

2 x

WL5

Hardware

1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag

(5/16” flat washer)

S15 #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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164

WL5

Other Parts

1 x Steering Wheel

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Step 18: Roof Support Assembly

Part 1

A: Attach (180) Roof Support to (181) Roof Support Left at peak using 1 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screw. (fig. 18.1)

B: Place (182) Top Post Right and (183) Top Post Left on the ground with the notched out side facing up. Place

(184) SW Top over (182) and (183) Top Post Right and Left so the notches fit together. (fig. 18.2 and 18.3)

C: Place Roof Support Assembly over (184) SW Top with the counter sunk holes facing up then attach with 2

(G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). The angled edges of (182) and (183) Top Post

Right and Left should be flush to the outside edges of (180) Roof Support and (181) Roof Support Left and the tips of each (182) and (183) Top Post Right and Left should be flush to the top of (184) SW Top. (fig. 18.2 and

18.3)

Fig. 18.2

G8

5/16” Lock

Washer

5/16” Flat

Washer

181

180

Fig. 18.1

183 5/16” T-Nut

Notice countersunk hole facing up.

184

182

181

S4

180

180

Flush

Fig. 18.3

181

Flush

184

182

183

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

1 x

180

181

182

183

184

Wood Parts

Roof Support FSC 5/4 x 4 x 29”

Roof Support Left FSC 5/4 x 4 x 29”

Top Post Right FSC 1-1/4 x 2-1/8 x 24-5/8”

Top Post Left FSC 1-1/4 x 2-1/8 x 24-5/8”

SW Top FSC 1-1/4 x 5 x 36”

1 x S4

Hardware

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

2 x G8 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt

(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 18: Roof Support Assembly

Part 2

D: Place Roof Support Assembly on the ground with the front facing down then measure 12” from the centre of either bolt hole and 2” down from the top of (184) SW Top and attach 1 (185) Sunburst with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4”

Wood Screws to the outside of the assembly. (fig. 18.4 and 18.5)

180

Fig. 18.4

Inside View

181

184

2”

185

1 x

185

Wood Parts

Sunburst FSC 5/4 x 6 x 10”

180

12”

Fig. 18.5

Outside View

181

185

184

S15

2 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 18: Roof Support Assembly

Part 3

E: Place (186) Centre Gable on (185) Sunburst, tight to the top of (184) SW Top so the tip is centred at the peak of the Roof Support Assembly. (fig. 18.6)

F: Place 1 (187) Side Gable tight to each side of (186) Centre Gable so they are tight to the top of (184) SW Top.

(fig. 18.6)

G: Attach (186) Centre Gable with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws, and both (187) Side Gables, with 3 (S20)

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board, to (185) Sunburst, (180) Roof Support and (181) Roof Support Left, as shown in fig. 18.6.

S20 x 4

181

Fig. 18.6

187

180

186

187

S20 x 3

184

185

S20 x 3

1 x

2 x

186

187

Wood Parts

Centre Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 13-1/2”

Side Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 8-1/2”

Hardware

10 x S20 #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 19: Gable Angle Support Assembly

Part 1

A: Attach (190) Right Gable Angle to (191) Left Gable Angle at peak using 1 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screw. (fig.

19.1)

B: In the bolt holes on (192) Gable Bottom tap in 2 - 5/16” t-nuts then place (192) Gable Bottom on (190) Right

Gable Angle and (191) Left Gable Angle so it is flush to the outside edges of the boards. (fig. 19.2)

C: Flip the assembly over so the large counter sunk holes are facing up. Attach (192) Gable Bottom to (190)

Right Gable Angle and (191) Left Gable Angle with 2 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer and flat washer).

(fig. 19.2 and 19.3)

S4

Fig. 19.1

191

190

Fig. 19.2

191

G8

192

190

5/16” T-Nut

5/16” Lock

Washer

5/16” Flat

Washer

Flush

191

192

Fig. 19.3

190

Flush

1 x

1 x

1 x

190

191

192

Wood Parts

Right Gable Angle FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31”

Left Gable Angle FSC 5/4 x 4 x 31”

Gable Bottom FSC 2 x 4 x 34-1/2”

1 x S4

2 x G8

Hardware

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt

(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

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Step 19: Gable Angle Support Assembly

Part 2

D: Measure 8-1/2” from the centre of either bolt hole then place 1 (185) Sunburst on (192) Gable Bottom making sure it is flush to the bottom of (192) Gable Bottom, then attach with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws to the outside of the assembly. (fig. 19.4 and 19.5)

8-1/2”

Fig. 19.4

Inside View

185

190

Notice bolt side facing out.

192

191

Flush

Fig. 19.5

Outside View

190

185

1 x

185

Wood Parts

Sunburst FSC 5/4 x 6 x 10”

192

S15

2 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 19: Gable Angle Support Assembly

Part 3

E: Place (186) Centre Gable on (185) Sunburst, tight to the top of (192) Gable Bottom so the tip is centred at the peak of the Gable Angle Support Assembly. (fig. 19.6)

F: Place 1 (187) Side Gable tight to each side of (186) Centre Gable so they are tight to the top of (192) Gable

Bottom. (fig. 19.6)

G: Attach (186) Centre Gable with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws, and both (187) Side Gables, with 3 (S20)

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board, to (185) Sunburst, (190) Right Gable Angle and (191) Left Gable Angle, as shown in fig. 19.6.

190

Fig. 19.6

S20 x 3

186

S20 x 4

187 S20 x 3

187

192

Tight

185

191

1 x

2 x

186

187

Wood Parts

Centre Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 13-1/2”

Side Gable FSC 1 x 4 x 8-1/2”

Hardware

10 x S20 #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

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Step 20: Roof Spacer Assembly

A: Attach 1 (200) Roof Spacer to another at the peak using 1 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screw. Notice the pilot holes are towards the bottom of the board. (fig. 20.1)

B: Make sure the assembly is square.

S4

Fig. 20.1

Notice hole position.

200

2 x

200

Wood Parts

Roof Spacer FSC 5/4 x 6 x 32-1/4” 1 x S4

Hardware

#8 x 3” Wood Screw

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Step 21: Small and Large Roof Assemblies

Part 1

A: Connect 1 (210) Large Roof Panel to a second (210) Large Roof Panel so the one panel overlaps the other and the inside angle is square and tight. Attach panels together with 3 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per panel.

(fig. 21.1 and 21.2)

210

Fig. 21.1

S15

210

210

Notice overlap is flush.

Fig. 21.2

210

S15

2 x

Wood Parts

210

Large Roof Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 31-3/4 x 41” 6 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 21: Small and Large Roof Assemblies

Part 2

B: Connect 1 (211) Small Roof Panel to a second (211) Small Roof Panel so the one panel overlaps the other and the inside angle is square and tight. Attach panels together with 3 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per panel.

(fig. 21.3 and 21.4)

Fig. 21.4

211

211

S15

Fig. 21.3

211

211

S15

2 x

Wood Parts

211

Small Roof Panel FSC 1-1/4 x 31-3/4 x 32-1/2” 6 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 21: Small and Large Roof Assemblies

Part 3

C: Place Roof Spacer Assembly from Step 20, on top of the Small Roof Assembly, flush to the edge as shown in fig. 21.5.

D: Measure 1/2” in from the edge and 7” up from the bottom of each (211) Small Roof Panel and mark. Follow with 11” up from the first mark and then 11” up from the second mark. Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit at all 6 marks.

(fig. 21.6 and 21.7)

E: Attach Roof Spacer Assembly to Small Roof Assembly with 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws per side. (fig.

21.6 and 21.7)

Roof Spacer Assembly

Fig. 21.5

Flush

Roof Spacer Assembly

Fig. 21.6

7”

11” 11”

211

211

Fig. 21.7

S3 x 3 per side

6 x S3

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

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Step 22: Attach Transom Front and Back

Part 1

A: If the space is too tight loosen the bolt at the front of the assembly, as shown in fig. 22.2 then place (220)

Transom Panel Front on top of (082) SL Post and (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel, behind (127) Front Top so the outside edge is flush to the outside edge of (082) SL Post as shown in fig. 22.1 and 22.2.

B: From inside the assembly attach (220) Transom Panel Front to (127) Front Top with 3 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood

Screws. (fig. 22.2)

220

C: Retighten the bolt loosened in Step A if loosened.

Fig. 22.1

Front

220

Fig. 22.2

Flush

Loosen this bolt

040

S15

Inside View

Front Wall

1 x

220

Wood Parts

Transom Panel Front FSC 1-1/4 x 11-1/2 x 35-7/8” 3 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 22: Attach Transom Front and Back

Part 2

C: Place (221) Transom Panel Back on top of (050) Narrow Window Panel, behind (100) Back Top so the outside edge is flush to the outside edge of (050) Narrow Window Panel as shown in fig. 22.3 and 22.4.

D: From inside the assembly attach (221) Transom Panel Back to (100) Back Top with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood

Screws. (22.4)

221

Fig. 22.3

Back

Fig. 22.4

221

Front

050

100

S15

1 x

221

Wood Parts

Transom Panel Back FSC 1-1/4 x 11-1/2 x 35-7/8” 2 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

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Step 23: Attach Roof Support Assemblies

Part 1

A: Place Roof Support Assembly, from Step 18, Part 3, on the top of (043) SW Side Panel, flush to the front.

(fig. 23.1 and 23.2)

B: Attach (183) Top Post Left to (050) Narrow Window Panel with 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws and to (221)

Transom Back with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 23.1 and 23.2)

C: Attach (182) Top Post Right to (082) SL Post with 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw in the bottom hole and 1

(S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screw through (127) Front Top to (220) Transom Front with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws.

(fig. 23.1 and 23.2)

Roof Support Assembly

Fig. 23.1

Front View

Fig. 23.2

221

S3

S3

S4

S3

183

050 220

183 043 182

082

050

Flush

043

S3

S4

127

S3

182 Flush

082

6 x

Hardware

S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

1 x S4 #8 x 3” Wood Screw

87 [email protected]

Step 23: Attach Roof Support Assemblies

Part 2

D: Make sure the distance between (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel and (050) Narrow Window Panel is 36”. (fig.

23.3 and 23.4)

E: On the Door Wall Side, attach Gable Angle Support Assembly, from Step 19, Part 3, to the ends of (127) Front

Top, (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel, (100) Back Top and (050) Narrow Window Panel with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2”

Wood Screw per side as shown in fig. 23.4. (190) Right Gable Angle and (191) Left Gable Angle must be flush to the tops of (127) Front Top and (100) Back Top.

Fig. 23.3

Fig. 23.4

127

Flush 191

040

100

Door Wall

Gable Angle Support Assembly

190

Flush

S3

050

36”

4 x

Hardware

S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

88 [email protected]

Step 23: Attach Roof Support Assemblies

Part 3

F: From inside the assembly attach (190) Right Gable Angle to (050) Narrow Window Panel and (191) Left

Gable Angle to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel using 1 Corner Panel Bracket with 3 (S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws per side. (fig. 23.5)

Fig. 23.5

Flush

190

S13 x 3 per bracket

Corner Panel Bracket

(right one hidden)

050

191

040

6 x

Hardware

S13 #6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

89

Other Parts

2 x Corner Panel Bracket [email protected]

Step 24: Attach Roof Assemblies to Fort

Part 1

A: With 2 people on the ground and at least 1 person in the fort, lift the Small Roof Assembly with Roof Spacer

Assembly, from Step 21, Part 3, up and over the Back side of the fort. Guide the Roof Assembly onto the fort so the Roof Spacer Assembly sits flush to the top and outside edges of both (220) Transom Front and (221)

Transom Back. (fig. 24.1)

B: Attach each (200) Roof Spacer to (220) Transom Front and (221) Transom Back with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4”

Wood Screws per side. (fig. 24.1)

Fig.24.1

221

Roof Spacer

Assembly

220

200

S15

Back

Flush

S15

Gable Angle

Support Assembly

Hardware

4 x S15 #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

90 [email protected]

Step 24: Attach Roof Assemblies to Fort

Part 2

C: Make sure the Small Roof Assembly lays flat on the Gable Angle Support Assembly and it overhangs by 2”.

(fig. 24.2 and 24.3)

D: Measure 3/4” from the edge, 5” up from the ends of both panels and 5” down from the peak on each panel, pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach the Small Roof Assembly to the Gable Angle Support Assembly with 2 (S3)

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws per side, as shown in fig. 24.3.

Fig. 24.2

S3 2”

Fig. 24.3

3/4”

S3

5”

Small Roof Assembly

Gable Angle Support

Assembly

5”

4 x

Hardware

S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

91 [email protected]

Step 24: Attach Roof Assemblies to Fort

Part 3

E: With 2 people on the ground and at least 1 person in the fort, lift the Large Roof Assembly, from Step 21,

Part 1, up and over the Back side of the fort. Guide the Roof Assembly onto the fort so it sits on top of the Roof

Support Assembly, (220) Transom Front and (221) Transom Back and Roof Spacer Assembly. (fig. 24.6 and

24.7)

F: Make sure the Large Roof Assembly lays flat on the Roof Support Assembly and it overhangs by 2”. (fig.

24.7)

G: Using the factory drilled holes as a guide attach the Large Roof Assembly to the Roof Support Assembly and

Roof Spacer Assembly with 4 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws side as shown in fig. 24.6 and 24.7.

Fig. 24.6

Back

S3

Front

Large Roof Assembly

S3

Fig. 24.7

2”

Large Roof Assembly

Roof Support Assembly

221

Roof Spacer Assembly

220

Hardware

8 x S3 #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

92 [email protected]

Step 25: Attach Heavy T-Bracket to Fort

A: Attach Heavy T-Bracket to (044) SW Wall using 2 (WB7) 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut).

(fig. 25.1 and 25.2) g pp

Fig. 25.1

044

Swing Side Wall

044

Fig. 25.2

Heavy T-Bracket

WB7

5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” T-Nut

2 x

WB7

Hardware

5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

93

Other Parts

1 x Heavy T-Bracket [email protected]

Step 26: Swing Beam Assembly

A: Attach 6 Heavy Duty Swing Hangers to (260) Engineered SW Beam using 2 (G13) 5/16 x 6-1/8” Hex Bolt

(with 2 flat washers, plastic formed washer and lock nut) per swing hanger, as shown in fig. 26.1.

B: Attach 1 Quick Clip to each Heavy Duty Swing Hanger. (fig. 26.2)

Fig. 26.1

Fig. 26.2

Plastic

Formed

Washer

G13

5/16” Flat

Washer

Quick Clip

260

Heavy Duty Swing Hanger

5/16”

Lock Nut

5/16” Flat

Washer

C: Install 4 (WB7) 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut) in (260) Engineered SW Beam, as shown in fig. 26.3 and 26.4. A Wafer Bolt does not get installed on the Swing Side of the beam.

IMPORTANT! MAKE SURE ALL 4 BOLTS ARE ATTACHED. THEY WILL MINIMIZE CHECKING OF WOOD.

Fig. 26.3

Fort Side Does not get

Wafer Bolt

Fig. 26.4

WB7

260

5/16” Flat

Washer

5/16” T-Nut

9-3/4”

1 x 260

Wood Parts

Engineered SW Beam FSC 3 x 5-1/4 x 110”

12 x

4 x

G13

WB7

Hardware

5/16 x 6-1/8” Hex Bolt

(5/16” flat washer x 2, 5/16” lock nut

& plastic formed washer)

5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

94

Swing Side

Other Parts

6 x Heavy Duty Swing Hangers

6 x Quick Clips [email protected]

Step 27: Swing Post Assembly

Part 1

Fig. 27.1

Bottom View

A: Place (270) SW Block Angle on top of (271)

Block SW and attach 2 Heavy L-Brackets on top of

(270) SW Block Angle feeding 2 (G17) 3/8 x 6” Hex

Bolts (with 2 flat washers, plastic formed washer and lock nut) through both boards as shown in fig. 27.1 and 27.2.

3/8” Lock Nut

3/8” Flat

Washer

B: Attach 3 (WB7) 5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolts (with flat washer and t-nut) to all three holes in each (272) SW

Post as shown in fig. 27.3 and 27.4. IMPORTANT!

MAKE SURE ALL 6 BOLTS ARE ATTACHED TO

MINIMIZE CHECKING OF WOOD.

Fig. 27.2

Top View

Heavy L-Bracket

271

C: Place (270) SW Block Angle and (271) Block

SW assembly in between 2 (272) SW Post (Heavy

L-Brackets towards the outside). Place 1 Heavy

G-Bracket on the top (272) SW Post and attach with

(G26) 3/8 x 9-1/4” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers and

1 lock nut), as shown in fig. 27.5.

Fig. 27.3

Plastic

Formed

Washer

Fig. 27.5

3/8” Flat

Washer

G26

Heavy G-Bracket

Heavy L-Bracket

G17

270

3/8” Flat

Washer

272

WB7 5/16” Flat

Washer

Fig. 27.4

3/8” Lock Nut 5/16” T-Nut

1 x

1 x

2 x

270

271

272

Wood Parts

SW Block Angle FSC 2-1/2 x 3 x 15”

Block SW FSC 2-1/2 x 3 x 15”

SW Post FSC 4 x 4 x 105”

2 x

1 x

6 x

G17

G26

WB7

Hardware

3/8 x 6” Hex Bolt

(3/8” flat washer x 2, plastic formed washer & 3/8” lock nut)

3/8 x 9-1/4” Hex Bolt

(3/8” flat washer x 2 & 3/8” lock nut)

5/16 x 3” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer & 5/16” t-nut)

95

Other Parts

2 x Heavy L-Bracket

1 x Heavy G-Bracket [email protected]

Step 27: Swing Post Assembly

Part 2

D: Attach Cedar Summit plaque to centre of (260) Engineered SW

Beam (over top of t-nut) using 4 (S18) #6 x 1” Wood Screws. (fig.

27.6)

E: Place (260) Engineered SW Beam on Heavy T-Bracket and attach to fort with 1 (G17) 3/8 x 6” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers, plastic formed washer and lock nut) and 1 (G18) 3/8 x 9” Hex Bolt

(with 2 flat washers, plastic formed washer and lock nut) as shown in fig. 27.7 and 27.8.

F: Place (260) Engineered SW Beam (end without Wafer Bolt from

Step 26) in between Heavy L-Brackets assembled in Step A making sure holes are lined up then attach Swing Post Assembly to Swing

Beam Assembly using 1 (G20) 3/8 x 4” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers and lock nut) through Heavy L-Bracket. (fig. 27.9) g pp

Fig. 27.7

Cedar Summit

Plaque in front of beam

G: Attach (260) Engineered SW Beam to Heavy G-Bracket with 1

(G17) 3/8 x 6” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers, plastic formed washer and lock nut). (fig. 27.9)

S18 x 4

Fig. 27.6

Front View

Cedar Summit Plaque

T-Nut

G17

260

Plastic

Formed

Washer

Fig. 27.8

Heavy L-Bracket

G20

Fig. 27.9

Heavy G-Bracket

3/8” Flat

Washer

Plastic

Formed

Washer

G17

G18

Heavy

T-Bracket

3/8” Flat

Washer

3/8” Flat

Washer

3/8” Flat

Washer

3/8” Lock Nut

3/8” Lock Nut

260

4 x

1 x

S18

G20

Hardware

#6 x 1” Wood Screw

3/8 x 4” Hex Bolt

(3/8” flat washer x 2 & 3/8” lock nut)

2 x

1 x

G17

G18

3/8 x 6” Hex Bolt

(3/8” flat washer x 2, plastic formed washer & 3/8” lock nut)

3/8 x 9” Hex Bolt

(3/8” flat washer x 2, plastic formed washer & 3/8” lock nut)

Other Parts

1 x Cedar Summit plaque

96 [email protected]

Step 28: Attach Cross Support

Pre-drill all holes using a 3/16” drill bit before installing the lag screws.

A: Check to make sure the (260) Engineered SW Beam is level and the bottom of the beam to the ground measures 85”. (fig. 28.1)

B: To adjust for uneven ground, raise or lower the (280) Support Cross on the (272) SW Post. Make sure the

Support Cross is level prior to attaching with the lag screws. (fig. 28.2)

Fig. 28.1

Fig. 28.2

360

Fig. 38.1

260

280

85"

272

85"

C: Place (280) Support Cross between (272) SW Post at the previously determined spot and fasten with 1

(LS9) 5/16 x 4-3/4” Lag Screw (with flat washer) per side. (fig. 28.3 and 28.4) Notice one side is fastened on the outside and one on the inside. It is important that each side is positioned exactly the same as the diagram. (fig. 28.3) Tighten the lag screw when you are sure (280) Support Cross is level.

D: Attach 1 (WB8) 5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt (with flat washer and t-nut) to (280) Support Cross through the middle hole. (fig. 28.3) IMPORTANT! MAKE SURE THE BOLT IS ATTACHED TO MINIMIZE CHECKING OF

WOOD.

Fig. 28.4

Fig. 28.3

280

5/16” T-Nut

5/16” Flat

Washer

LS9

WB8

1 x 280

Wood Parts

Support Cross FSC 2-1/2 x 3 x 64”

280

5/16” Flat

Washer

2 x

1 x

LS9

WB8

Hardware

5/16 x 4-3/4” Lag Screw

(5/16” flat washer)

5/16 x 2-3/8” Wafer Bolt

(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)

97 [email protected]

Step 29: Final Swing Post Assembly

Pre-drill all holes using a 3/16” drill bit before installing the lag screws.

Note: Tighten all bolts from Step 27 series before installing lag screws.

A: Attach 1 (LS9) 5/16 x 4-3/4” Lag Screw (with flat washer) into each (272) SW Post, as shown in fig. 29.1.

B: Attach 1 (LS9) 5/16 x 4-3/4” Lag Screw (with flat washer) into remaining hole of the Heavy G-Bracket into

(260) Engineered SW Beam. (fig. 29.1)

Fig. 29.1

260

Heavy

G-Bracket

LS9

5/16” Flat

Washer

272

5/16” Flat

Washer

LS9

272

3 x LS9

Hardware

5/16 x 4-3/4” Lag Screw

(5/16” flat washer)

98 [email protected]

Step 30: Attach Swings

A: Using 1 Threaded Clip per chain, join 1 Long Swing Chain to each side of the swing belt seat. Make sure to close the Threaded Clip tightly using an adjustable wrench. (fig. 30.1 and 30.2).

B: Using 1 Threaded Clip per chain, join the Short Swing Chain to the Acro Bar and Acro Handle. Make sure to close the Threaded Clip tightly using an adjustable wrench. (fig. 30.2 and 30.3)

C: Attach the other end of the swing chains to the Quick Clips attached to the swing hangers. (fig. 30.1)

Fig. 30.1

Short

Swing

Chain

Quick Clip

Long Swing Chain

Swing Seat Swing Seat

Threaded Clip

Fig. 30.2

Threaded Clips attach to seat and

Acro bar.

Tighten Clip using adjustable wrench

99

Chain Link

Acro Bar

Fig. 30.3

Acro Handles

Other Parts

1 x Acro Bar

2 x Acro Handle

2 x Swing Belt Seat

2 x Short Swing Chain

4 x Long Swing Chain

6 x Threaded Clips [email protected]

Step 31: Attach Swing End Ground Stakes

A: In the 2 places shown in fig. 31.1 drive the Rebar Ground Stakes 13” into the ground against the boards. Be careful not to hit the washer while hammering stakes into the ground as this could cause the washer to break off.

B: Attach ground stakes to (272) SW Posts using 1 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screw per ground stake as shown in fig. 31.1.

C: After driving stakes into the ground, check for sharp edges caused by the impact of the hammer. Smooth any sharp edges from impact area and touch up with outdoor paint.

Warning!

To prevent tipping and avoid potential injury, stakes must be driven 13” into ground. Digging or driving stakes can be dangerous if you do not check first for under-ground wiring, cables or gas lines.

Fig. 31.1

272

Rebar

Ground

Stake

Rebar

Ground

Stake

S7 1 per ground stake

13” In Ground

2 x

Hardware

S7 #12 x 2” Pan Screw

100

Other Parts

2 x Rebar Ground Stake [email protected]

Step 32: Clock Roof Assembly

Part 1

A: Attach 1 (320) Small Roof Support to a second (320) Small Roof Support at peak using 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2”

Wood Screw. (fig. 32.1 and 32.2)

B: With a helper place (321) Roof Board A and (322) Roof Board B on top of (320) Small Roof Supports so (322)

Roof Board B overlaps (321) Roof Board A and forms a peak and the back edges are flush to each other. Attach with 3 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 32.3)

Fig. 32.1

320

Fig. 32.2

S3

Fig. 32.3

Flush

040

322

S20

Flush

Back

320

S20

321

2 x

1 x

1 x

320

321

322

Wood Parts

Small Roof Support FSC 2 x 2 x 22-1/2”

Roof Board A FSC 1 x 5 x 22-5/8”

Roof Board B FSC 1 x 5 x 23-1/4”

Hardware

1 x

6 x

S3

S20

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw

101 [email protected]

Step 32: Clock Roof Assembly

Part 2

C: Place Small Roof Support Assembly on (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel centred over the Clock so the bottom of the supports touches the tops of the Wafer Bolts on both sides as shown in fig. 32.1 and 32.4. Make sure the distance from (121) Short Joist to tip of Small Roof Support Assembly is 1-3/4”.

D: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach Small Roof Support Assembly to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 4

(S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 32.4)

Fig. 32.4

S3

Small Roof

Support Assembly

040

121

1-3/4”

Notice where this sits.

4 x S3

Hardware

#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw

102 [email protected]

Step 33: Attach Sand and Water Table to Fort

A: Centre Sand and Water Table from Step 1 between the two bolts on the bottom of (040) Cafe Wall Window

Panel. (fig. 33.1 and 33.2)

B: Attach (012) Box Grounds to (040) Cafe Wall Window Panel with 4 Corner Brackets using 3 (S13) #6 x 5/8”

Pan Screws per bracket. (fig. 33.2 and 33.3) Note: 2 Corner Brackets sit flush to the top of (012) Box Grounds, shown in fig. 33.2.

Fig. 33.1

Fig. 33.3

Flush

Corner Brackets

S13 x 3 per bracket

Fig. 33.2

012

012

Notice these two brackets are flush to top.

040

Hardware

12 x S13 #6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

103

Other Parts

4 x Corner Bracket [email protected]

Step 34: Attach Slide to Fort

Note: Pre-drill all holes using a 1/8” drill bit before installing the pan screws.

A: Place Slide centred in the opening between (121) Posts. (fig. 34.1 and 34.2)

B: Attach slide to fort through the floor boards and into (126) SL End using 3 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws.

(fig. 34.2 and 34.3)

Fig. 34.1

Fig. 34.3

Floor Boards

S7

Slide

Front 126

Floor Boards

S7 Fig. 34.2

121

121

(hidden)

126

3 x

Hardware

S7 #12 x 2” Pan Screw

104

Slide

Other Parts

1 x Slide [email protected]

Step 35: Attach Access Ladder Rockwall Assembly

Pre-drill all holes using a 1/8” drill bit before installing the Wafer Lags

A: Remove (030) Board Access from the Access Ladder Rockwall, previously assembled in Step 3. Set the board and screws aside, they will be re-attached. (fig. 35.2)

B: Place the Access Ladder Rockwall on the Back side of the fort and attach to (064) Back Floor with 1

(WL3) 1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag Screw (with flat washer) in each Swing Bracket. (fig. 35.1, 35.2 and 35.3).

C: Re-attach (030) Board Access to the same place it was removed. (fig. 35.2)

Fig. 35.3

Fig. 35.1

064

Fig. 35.2

1/4” Flat

Washer

WL3

Back

Important. Flush to Floor Boards.

030

064

3 x

WL3

Hardware

1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag

(1/4” flat washer)

105 [email protected]

Step 36: Attach Steel Hand Grips to Fort

Pre-drill all holes using a 1/8” drill bit before installing the Wafer Lags

A: Measure 6” from the top of (025) Top Ladder on each (050) Narrow Window Panel and attach 1 Steel

Hand Grip per panel with 2 (WH2) #12 x 1” Wafer Screw (with flat washer) per Steel Hand Grip. (fig. 36.1 and

36.2)

Fig. 36.2

050

WH2

050

Steel

Hand

Grip

Fig. 36.1

Steel Hand Grip

050

3/16” Flat

Washer

6”

4 x

WH2

Hardware

#12 x 1” Wafer Head Screw

(3/16” flat washer)

106

025

Other Parts

2 x Steel Hand Grip [email protected]

Step 37: Attach Middle Arch to Fort

A: Measure 28” from the top of (025) Top Ladder on each (050) Narrow Window Panel and attach (370)

Middle Arch with 4 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 37.1 and 37.2)

Fig. 37.1

S15

050

Fig. 37.2

050

370

28”

025

Warning!

Check entire play center for bolts protruding beyond T-Nuts. Use extra washers to eliminate this condition.

1 x 370

Wood Parts

Middle Arch FSC 5/4 x 5 x 36-1/4” 4 x S15

Hardware

#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw

107 [email protected]

Final Step: Attach I.D. Plaque

ATTACH THIS WARNING & I.D. PLAQUE

TO THIS LOCATION ON YOUR PLAY

EQUIPMENT!

This provides warnings concerning safety and important contact information. A Tracking Number is provided to allow you to get critical information or order replacement parts for this specific model.

ATTACH THIS WARNING & I.D. PLAQUE

TO THIS LOCATION ON YOUR PLAY

EQUIPMENT!

This provides warnings concerning safety and important contact information. A Tracking Number is provided to allow you to get critical information or order replacement parts for this specific model.

set that is easily seen and read by a supervising adult using 4

(S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws as shown below.

I.D. Plaque -

Cedar Summit

S13

!

WARNING

4 x

S13

Hardware

#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw

108

Other Parts

1 x I.D. Plaque - Cedar Summit [email protected]

NOTES

109 [email protected]

NOTES

110 [email protected]

NOTES

111 [email protected]

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