PDF Instructions - Right On Trailer

PDF Instructions - Right On Trailer
Revision: A2
LCI-879P Dolly Trailer
Shipping Weight: 180 lbs
Max Load Capacity: 300 lbs
Coupler Capacity: Class I, 1-7/8” ball
Tires: 4.80-8(D) tubeless, 4PR
Approximate Assembly Time
3 - 5 hours
Parts List & Assembly Instructions
Trailer Parts
No. Item
Qty
1 Coupler
1
2 Coupler Base
1
3 Chain
1
4 Towbar
1
5 Stand Base
1
6 Stand Leg
1
7 Brace
2
8 Orientation Bar
1
9 Handle Bracket
1
10 Right Side Rail
1
11 Left Side Rail
1
12 Connecting Plate
2
13 Roller Base
2
14 Roller
2
15 Connecting Rod
1
16 Side Running Light
2
17 Side Running Lens
2
18 Spring (single leaf)
2
19 Spring Plate
2
20 Axle
1
21 Hub Assembly
2
22 Tire/Rim Assembly
2
23 Fender
2
24 Left Wheel Bracket
1
25 Right Wheel Bracket
1
26 Tube Plug (wheel brackets)
4
27 Cross Member
1
28 Roller Spacer
1
29 License Plate Bracket
1
30 Left Tail Light
1
31 Right Tail Light
1
32 Wiring/Plug Assembly
1
2.5
Hardware
No. Item
Qty
A
Safety Pin (coupler)
1
B
Hairpin Cotter (coupler)
2
C
Pin ⅜" (Stand)
1
D
Bolt ⅜" x 1-½"
3
E
Bolt ⅜" x 2-½"
10
F
Bolt ⅜" x 3"
6
G
Bolt ⅜" x 3-½"
1
H
Bolt ⅜" x 4"
14
I
Bolt ⅜" x 6.5" (rollers)
2
J
Nut ⅜" (nylon lock)
48
K
Flat Washer ⅜" (chain)
1
L
Bolt 9/16" x 3-¼" (springs)
4
M
Nut 9/16" (nylon lock)
4
N
U-Bolt ⅜" x 2-⅝" (springs)
4
O
U-Bolt ⅜" x 4" (stand)
2
P
Lug Nut ½" (hub)
8
Q
Castle Nut ¾" (axle)
2
R
Flat Washer ¾" (axle)
2
S
Cotter Pin (axle)
2
T
Bearing L44643 (hub)
2
U
Dust Cap (hub)
2
V
Grease Fitting (dust cap)
2
W
Self-tap Screw (ground wire)
1
X
Nut ¼" (tail lights)
4
Y
Screw #8 (side running lights)
4
6.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
3.25
1.5
Y
W
Parts List
A
D
E
H
I
G
F
Bolts - (image not full scale)
L
1
The tools you will need:
- phillips head screw driver
- pliers
- wire stripper/cutter
- tape measure
- plastic/rubber mallet
- knife
-
box wrenches (7/16”, 9/16”, 3/4”)
sockets (9/16”, 9/16” deep, 11/16”, 3/4”, 7/8”)
adjustable wrench or channel lock pliers
torque wrench
grease gun
electrical tape
*Identify and layout all bolts and fasteners before starting assembly*
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14
10 12 13
H
H 15
25
31 27
E
14
13
28
26
9
8
D
E
24
H
30
29
2
D
X
4
O
H
R
A
S
V
22
P
1
20
18
N
19
L
K
B
B
3
32 6 5
W
C
F
F
12
7
11
16
Y
17
23 E
21
T
Q
U
G
EXPLODED PARTS VIEW
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4
STEP 1
32
STEP 1: Route tail end of Wire/Plug Assembly (32) into open hitch end of Towbar (4)
and out the 9/16” hole in the bottom. Tip Towbar and use gravity to help snake the
wires through. Alternately, to help feed/pull the wires through the Towbar, a wiring fish tape
can be constructed from 3 wire coat hangers that are twisted together end to end. (Final wiring
will be completed in subsequent steps; be careful not to damage wires during the
assembly process)
4
10 12
13 15
H
27
H
18 - 20”
J
12
11
STEP 2
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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STEP 2: Lay out Towbar (4), Right Side Rail (10), Left Side Rail (11), Connecting
Plates (12), Roller Base (13), Connecting Rod (15), and Cross Member (27) as shown.
Assemble using ⅜" x 4" Bolt (H) and ⅜" Nut (J) - quantity 13 of each. Do not fully
tighten nuts until all the parts (4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15 & 27) are positioned.
After bolts are tightened, turn frame upside down with the assistance of a helper. Use
temporary blocking to stabilize frame and prevent damage while assembling.
18
20
10
N
(large bolts)
STEP 3
M
J 19
L
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STEP 3: Insert Spring (18) into U-brackets of Right Side Rail (10) with the eye of the
spring forward as shown. Secure with two 9/16” Bolts (L) and 9/16” Nuts (M). Assemble
Spring (18) into Left Side Rail (11) in same manner.
Place Axle (20) on top of Springs (18) so the hex heads of bolts through the springs engage
into the locating holes in the Axle (20). Place Spring Plate (19) under Spring and pass two
U-Bolts (N) through Axle and Spring Plate. Secure together using ⅜" Nuts (J). Be sure
that center hole of Spring Plate is fit over the small locating bolt in the Spring. Assemble
both sides in the same manner. Fully tighten all Nuts.
ASSEMBLY STEPS
4
S
STEP 4A
STEP 4B
20
21
Q
T
R
Q
V
22
P
U
S
STEP 4C
STEP 4A: Clean Axle (20) bearing surfaces and apply extra grease on step surface where
the inner seal rides. Carefully slide Hub Assembly (21) onto Axle spindle. Then assemble
outer Bearing (T) and Flat Washer 3/4” (R) as shown. Repeat assembly on other side.
STEP 4B: Tighten Castle Nut (Q) snugly against Flat Washer (R) using a wrench.
STEP 4C: Back off Castle Nut until Cotter Pin (S) can be inserted through slot in the Castle
Nut (Q) and the hole in the Axle spindle. Insert Cotter Pin fully and bend over end of axle.
Assembled Hub should rotate freely but there should be no axial play between the hub and
axle. Repeat assembly on other side.
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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Step 4 Continued: Screw Grease Fitting (V) into Dust Cap (U). Fill Dust Cap ¼ full of
grease and carefully tap it into the Hub Assembly using a plastic or rubber mallet. Repeat
assembly on other side.
Slide Tire/Rim Assembly (22) onto Hub Assembly (21) with air valve facing outboard.
Assemble Lug Nuts ½” (P) with chamfered edge inward toward Rim and tighten to 80-90
ft*lbs. Repeat assembly on other side. Retorque Lug Nuts after first 50 miles of use.
Turn frame rightside up with the assistance of a helper. The trailer will be sitting
on its tires. Use temporary blocking to lift Towbar off the ground.
4
O
6.0
G
C
4
J
W
5
J
B
32
6
STEP 5A
STEP 5B
STEP 5A: Place the front edge of Stand Base (5) 6” from front edge of Towbar (4) and
fasten together with U-Bolts (O) and ⅜" Nuts (J) as shown. Place Stand Leg (6) over
Stand Base and fasten together with ⅜"x 3-½” Bolt (G) and ⅜" Nut (J) as shown.
Insert Pin (C) in top hole when Stand Leg is extended.
STEP 5B: Strip back approx. 1” of the insulation on the white ground wire of the
Wiring/Plug Assembly (32). Wrap wire under head of Self-tap Screw (W) and screw into
small hole on bottom of Towbar (4) as shown.
ASSEMBLY STEPS
6
14
J
7
8
9
J
D
14
27
E
13
I
28
102.50
7
F
I
STEP 6
STEP 6: Measure 102.5” from rear of trailer (Cross Member) and strike a line on the top
surface of the Towbar. Position the aft edge of the Orientation Bar (8) at this line. Fasten
Orientation Bar and Braces (7) using ⅜"x 3” Bolts (F) and ⅜" Nuts (J) as shown. The
Orientation Bar should be set at a 120˚ angle to the top surface of the Towbar.
Assemble the Handle Bracket (9) to the top of the Orientation Bar (8) using ⅜"x 1-½”
Bolts (D) and ⅜" Nuts (J) as shown. The top bolt in the Handle Bracket will pass
through the top hole in the Orientation Bar.
Assemble the front Roller (14) into the front Roller Base (13) and using a ⅜"x
6-½” Bolt (I) and ⅜" Nut (J). Grease can be applied to Bolt (I) to reduce rolling
friction.
Assemble the rear Roller Base (13) and Roller Spacer (28) to the Cross Member
(27) using ⅜"x 2-½” Bolts (E) and ⅜" Nuts (J) as shown. Assemble the rear
Roller (14) into the rear Roller Base (13) and using a ⅜"x 6-½” Bolt (I) and ⅜"
Nut (J). Grease can be applied to Bolt (I) to reduce rolling friction.
ASSEMBLY STEPS
7
23
25
E
J
STEP 7
J
24
23
E
STEP 7: Fasten Left Wheel Bracket to Cross Member using ⅜"x 2-½” Bolts (E) and ⅜"
Nuts (J) as shown. Fasten Fender (23) to Left Side Rail using ⅜"x 2-½” Bolts (E)
and ⅜" Nuts (J). Be sure that the rear Fender bolt also captures Left Wheel
Bracket. Repeat this procedure for the right side assembling the Right Wheel
Bracket.
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STEP 8
(view looking aft)
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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STEP 8: Route wires from hole in Towbar through Left and Right Side Rails and out the
holes in the Cross Member. Green/Brown Wires pass through the Right Side Rail and
Yellow/Brown Wires pass through the Left Side Rail. To help feed/pull the wires through
the side rails, a wiring fish tape can be constructed from 3 wire coat hangers that are
twisted together end to end. Adjust Wiring/Plug Assembly so the Plug is 18” to 20” from
the end of the Towbar.
10
16
Y
17
STEP 9A
STEP 9B
STEP 9A: Route black wire out of the bottom of Side Running Light (16) and fasten light
to Right Side Rail with #8 Screws (Y) as shown. Snap Side Running Lens (17) on to Side
Running Light. Repeat procedure for left side.
STEP 9B: Pull a loop of the Green/Brown wire through the hole in the Right Side Rail
located directly below the Side Running Light. Use a knife to carefully cut between the
insulation and separate the wires for a length of approx. 1-½”. The black wire of the Side
Running Light will connect to the brown wire. Use a pliers to squeeze the connector
closed and snap-over the connector latch. Wrap connection in electrical tape. Repeat
procedure for left side attaching Side Running Light to the Brown wire.
X
29
30
STEP 10A
ASSEMBLY STEPS
STEP 10B
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STEP 10A: Assemble Left Tail Light (30) and License Plate Bracket (29) with ¼” Nuts (X) as
shown. Assemble Right Tail Light (31) with ¼” Nuts (X) hand tight.
STEP 10B: Cut wires to length. Extra wire can be stuffed back into frame. Strip all wire
back ⅜ -½“ and connect using wire nuts. Soldering wire connections is also a good alternative. Match wire colors: left side will be yellow and brown-right side will be green and
brown. Wrap connections in electrical tape.
STEP 10C: Grounding of the Tail Lights is improved by running a jumper wire between
one ¼” Nut (X) and the ⅜” Wheel Bracket mounting bolt (E). Complete for both Tail
Lights and tighten ¼” Nuts (X). Note: Pre-cut jumper wires are not included with the
trailer at this time. 6-8 inches of wire can be obtained from shortening the Wiring/Plug
Assembly (32).
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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A
J
D
4
H
1
J
B
K
2
J
F
3
STEP 11: Insert Coupler Base (2) onto Towbar (4) as shown. Assemble Coupler (1) onto
Coupler Base and Towbar using ⅜"x 3” Bolts (F) and ⅜" Nuts (J) through the Coupler side. Insert a ⅜"x 4” Bolt (H) through the top hole and fasten through the
Towbar with a ⅜" Nut (J).
Assemble Chain (3) to Coupler (1) using ⅜"x 1-½” Bolt (D), Flat Washer ⅜" (K),
and ⅜" Nut (J). Find the center link so that Chain is the same length on each
side as shown. Fully tighten.
A
B
handle
trigger
1
1-⅞” ball hitch
adjustment nut
STEP 12
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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STEP 12: Coupler (1) can only be used with a 1-⅞” ball hitch and must be adjusted
before first use. Remove Hairpin Cotter (B), Safety Pin (A), release coupler handle, and
hitch to vehicle. Latch handle down until trigger lock engages. Pull up and down on the
coupler to see if the ball is captured snugly in the coupler. There should be no play
between the ball and coupler. If there is play, tighten the adjustment nut until no play is
present. If the nut is too tight, the handle will not lock.
Note: Grease can be used to reduce friction between the ball and hitch.
OPTIONAL ASSEMBLY STEP
STEP 13: When an unloaded Right-On Trailer is towed, the Leaf Springs (18) will rattle in
the Side Rail supports as the trailer passes over bumps. This rattling noise is not a maintenance or safety issue. However, this rattle can be quieted by lashing the Leaf Spring
(18) against the Side Rails (10,11) as shown below. Lashing will not affect the performance of the trailer when it is loaded or unloaded.
STEP 13
ASSEMBLY STEPS
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SAFE USE AND OPERATION OF THE LCI-879 P DOLLY TRAILER
1. Double Check Assembly Steps:
- Recheck that the instructions were followed and all fasteners are tightened.
- Confirm that all lights are working.
- Confirm that coupler is adjusted properly and fits snugly to 1-⅞” ball hitch.
- Confirm tire pressure of 30-60 PSI
2. Trailer Licensing:
- Consult your State Department of Motor Vehicles for information on proper
licensing.
- Prior to assembling your trailer take out “CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN FOR A
VEHICLE” from the packaging which will be needed for the application. This
document is shipped with the Towbar (4) in the 74”x4”x4” carton.
3.
Towing Vehicle:
- Make sure vehicle is capable of towing the load.
- Excessive speed increases chances of a car-trailer accident. Recommended
maximum speed is 60 M.P.H.
- Know how to properly control your towing vehicle-trailer combination under all
conditions. Remember the loaded weight of the trailer will increase braking
and stopping distances.
4. Safety Chains:
- Be sure to use Safety Chains. Do not allow chains to drag on ground.
- Check that both Safety Chains are the same length and are not damaged.
5. Loading:
- This is a dolly trailer. Never load a boat directly onto the trailer.
- Never overload the trailer. The maximum load for the trailer is 300lbs.
- Never carry a passenger on the trailer.
- Check that load is properly strapped-down to the trailer.
- Handle of dolly should be securely strapped to Handle Bracket of trailer.
- Nylon strap should be secured tightly across boat/dolly at the dolly wheels.
SAFE USE
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6. Lights:
- Check that lights are working before every use and periodically during trips.
- Replace and broken lenses, reflectors, or bulbs.
- Bulbs used in Tail Lights are No. 1157 - Stop and Tail.
- Bulbs used in Running Lights are No. 1895
7. Tires:
- Check tires for wear and proper inflation before every use and periodically during
trips.
- Tire pressure should be kept at 30-60PSI
- Check and tighten Lug Nuts. Torque 80-90 ft*lbs. (Retorque after first 50 miles)
8. Maintenance:
- Inspect hitch and ball for damage before every use.
- Disassemble, inspect, and repack wheel bearings with automotive grease yearly
or every 4000 miles. This dolly trailer should never need to be submerged in the
water during use.
- If you are unable to repack wheel bearings, take trailer to service garage
for advice and service.
Reporting safety defects
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Long Chih Industrial
Company Limited.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of
vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems
between you, your dealer, or Long Chih Industrial Company Limited.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1–888–327–4236 (TTY: 1–800–424–9153); go to
http://www.safercar.gov ; or write to: Administrator, NHTSA, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590. You can
also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.safercar.gov.
Long Chih USA Customer Service Center: Toll Free: 800-576-7888 for advice and service.
LCI-879P Dolly Trailer
Right-On Trailer Co. LLC
3025 McCully Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30345
rightontrailer@comcast.net
www.rightontrailer.com
SAFE USE
Manufactured for Right-On Trailer Co. by
Long Chih Industrial, LTD
P.O. Box 22793
Taipei, Taiwan
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1. Flip-down dolly gunwale supports if present. Tie bow
of boat to dolly as shown below.
Seitech dolly
Intensitysails.com dolly
2. Move Right-On Trailer to flat open area and hitch to vehicle or chock both
tires. Roll dolly to rear of trailer and set dolly tongue on rear roller.
3. Stand at transom and roll dolly forward onto trailer. Before transom
touches ground, lift boat/dolly and continue pushing forward with dolly
tongue riding on front trailer roller. Don’t stop until boat/dolly is
fully loaded with wheels sitting in wheel brackets and handle captured
in front bracket.
Note: It is best to have a 2nd person “spot” for the first few times that you load
your Right-On Trailer. Loading is easier than a roll tack but takes some practice.
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4. Lash handles of dolly to front bracket as shown.
Seitech dolly
Intensitysails.com dolly
5. Use a nylon ratchet strap across the wheel brackets to secure the boat/
dolly to the trailer. Secure the strap tightly so the dolly tires slightly
compress into the wheel brackets.
6. To unload boat/dolly, remove strapping but keep boat tied to dolly. Reverse
loading steps.
Right-On Dolly Trailer will never need to be put in the water. Never load
a boat hull directly onto the dolly trailer. Dolly trailer should only be used with
Seitech and Intensitysails.com dollys. Alternate trailer wheel brackets will be
required for Seitech dolly type “Fat” tire configuration. Refer to Parts List
and Assembly Instructions for trailer maintenance and safety information.
Loading Instructions
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