RADROVER REAR RACK INSTALLATION MANUAL
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Welcome
Thanks you for purchasing the RadRover Rear Rack from Rad Power BikesTM. We take pride in bringing you a quality product that will offer years of
enjoyment.
Using This Manual
This manual contains details of the product, its equipment, and information on its operation and maintenance. Read it carefully and familiarize yourself
with the Rear rack before using it in order to ensure a safe use and prevent tragic accidents. Be sure to retain this manual as your convenient Rear rack
information source.
This Manual contains Warnings and Cautions concerning the safe operation and consequences if safe setup, operation and
maintenance are not performed. All information in this manual should be carefully reviewed and if you have any questions you
should contact Rad Power Bikes immediately. The notes, warnings and cautions contained within the manual and marked by this
triangular Caution Symbol should also be given special care. Users should also pay special attention to information marked in this
manual beginning with NOTICE.
Because it is impossible to anticipate every situation or condition which can occur while riding, this manual makes no representations about the safe use
of bicycles under all conditions. There are risks associated with the use of any bicycle which cannot be predicted or avoided, and which are the sole
responsibility of the rider. You should save this manual, along with any other documents that were included with your bicycle, for future reference,
however all content in this manual is subject to change or withdrawal without notice. Visit www.radpowerbikes.com to download the latest version. Rad
Power Bikes makes every effort to ensure accuracy of its documentation and assumes no responsibility of liability if any errors or inaccuracies appear
within. Assembly and first adjustment of your Rad Power Bike requires special tools and skills and it is reccomended that this should be done by a trained
bicycle mechanic if possible.
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Table of Contents
Welcome ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Using This Manual ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Assembly Instructions ....................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Required Tools: ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4
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4mm Allen Wrench............................................................................................................................................................... 4
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8mm Box Wrench ................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Step 1: ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Step 2: ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Step 3: ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Step 4: ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Limited Warranty .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
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Assembly Instructions
NOTICE: The following assembly steps are only a general guide to assist in the assembly of your Rear rack and is not a complete or comprehensive manual
of all aspects of assembly, maintenance and repair. We recommend you consult a bicycle repair specialist to assist in the assembly, repair and
maintenance of your bicycle and all accessories.
Required Tools:
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4mm Allen Wrench
8mm Box Wrench
Step 1: Remove rack from packaging and rotate front mounting bracket out, so that it looks like the photo below. Using the
two longest screws provided with the rack, and one washer for each screw, secure the front bracket to the threaded mounts
near the seat post as shown. Use a drop of blue Loctite on each screw, and tighten securely.
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Step 2: Slightly loosen the bolts clamping the front bracket to the rear rack main structure. This will allow you to move the
rack to position the lower mounts of the rack to the lower mounting tabs. Once slightly loosened you can rotate the rack
backwards and forwards as well as up and down. You want to get the rack so the top surface is horizontal to the ground (flat)
and the lower mounting points align on the bike frame.
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Step 3: Slowly thread the remaining two bolts into mounting tab with the washers in place. Be careful to not cross thread the
bolt into the aluminum tab. Once the bolt begins to stick out of the other side of the tab, install one of the included locknuts
on the exposed threads as shown. Complete this operation for both sides and tighten securely.
Do not overtighten. Hardware should securely fasten the rack to the bike frame but be careful to not overtighten as damage
can occur
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Step 4: Tighten the sliding clamp bolts on the top of the rack to complete the installation.
Closely inspect all components and hardware for proper tightness before each ride. If you identify any loose hardware, tighten
before use, or contact Rad Power Bikes or your local bicycle repair specialist for assistance.
Limited Warranty
WARRANTY INFO
Every Rear rack is covered under our manufacturer's one year all-inclusive warranty for the original owner against all
manufacturing defects. Rad Power Bikes warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship as follows:
RAD POWER BIKES LIMITED 1 YEAR WARRANTY
Rad Power Bikes’ rear racks and hardware are warrantied to be free from manufacture defects in materials and/or
workmanship for a 1 year period from the date of original purchase.
Wear and tear is not covered under warranty.
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TERMS OF WARRANTY
This warranty only applies to the original owner. This warranty does not apply to rental or commercial use bicycles. This
warranty is expressly limited to the replacement of defective parts at the sole discretion of Rad Power Bikes. This warranty
does not cover any damage or defects resulting from failure to follow instructions in the owner’s manual, acts of God,
accident, misuse, neglect, abuse, commercial use, alterations, modification, improper assembly, wear and tear, installation of
parts or accessories not originally intended or compatible with the bicycle as sold, operator error, water damage, extreme
riding, stunt riding, or improper follow-up maintenance. This warranty does not include consumables or normal wear and tear
parts (tires, tubes, brake pads, cables and housing, grips). Rad Power Bikes will not be liable and/or responsible for any
damage, failure or loss caused by any unauthorized service or use of unauthorized parts. In no event shall Rad Power Bikes be
responsible for any direct, indirect or consequential damages, including without limitation, damages for personal injury,
property damage, or economic losses, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence, or product liability in connection with
their products. All claims to this warranty must be made through Rad Power Bikes. Proof of purchase may be required with
any warranty request.
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