Burley We! Ski Kit User manual

Burley We! Ski Kit User manual
Burley Limited Warranty
Owner’s Instruction Manual
The Burley We! Ski Kit is warranted from date of purchase against defects in materials and
workmanship as follows: skis and waist harness belt for one year, and remaining parts for
two years.
Your original dated sales or delivery receipt showing the date of purchase is your proof
of purchase. If a defect in materials or workmanship is discovered during the Limited
Warranty period, we will, at our sole option, repair or replace your product at no cost to you.
This warranty is only valid in the country in which the product was purchased. The Limited
Warranty extends only to the original retail purchaser of this product and is not transferable
to anyone who obtains ownership of the product from the original purchaser. The Limited
Warranty does not cover claims resulting from misuse, failure to follow the instructions,
installation, improper maintenance and use, abuse, alteration, involvement in an accident,
and normal wear and tear. The Limited Warranty does not cover products which are
used in rental operations and Burley will not be liable for any incidental or commercial
damages relating to such use. TO THE GREATEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, WRITTEN
OR ORAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURSOSE. The duration of any
implied warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose that may exist during the express warranty period are expressly limited
to the limited warranty period. Some states and countries do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts; therefore, the above limitations and exclusions may
not apply to you. THE CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY OR OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR OF ANY OTHER OBLIGATION ARISING
BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE SHALL BE LIMITED AS SPECIFIED HEREIN TO
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT OUR SOLE OPTION. IN ANY EVENT, RESPONSIBILITY FOR
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. Some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may have other rights that vary from state to state or country.
For warranty service or replacement part information for the USA or Canada, please
contact Burley directly by calling 800-311-5294 or emailing [email protected] For
warranty service or replacement part information outside the USA and Canada please
contact the place of purchase for warranty service. Please be prepared to provide the
product model, serial number and a description of the warranty issue. Some replacement
parts may be available for purchase after this limited warranty expires. Please visit us at
www.burley.com or call us at 541-687-1644 for more information.
Burley Design
1500 Westec Drive
Eugene, OR 97402 USA
P. 541.687.1644 800.423.8445 F. 541.687.0436
[email protected] Burley.com
Copyright ©2011 by Burley Design LLC
“Burley” is a registered trademark of Burley Design LLC
“We! Ski” is a trademark of Burley Design LLC
Rev 08/11 We! Ski Instructions 2011 Rev 1
We! Ski Kit
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WARNING
It is very important to read these instructions and the Burley trailer
owner’s manual before use. If you have any questions, please contact
us. Failure to observe any of the safety guidelines in the trailer
owner’s manual could result in an accident and serious injury or death.
WARNING
Trailers can tip over, causing damage to trailer and serious injury to passengers.
AVOID causes of tip over, especially:
• Children leaning or bouncing
• Hitting large bumps, holes, other obstructions
• Taking turns too fast
• Sudden swerving
• Improper ski and pole installation
IMPORTANT
The We! Ski Kit is compatible with these Burley Trailers:
2007 and newer D’Lite, D’Lite ST, Solo, Solo ST, Encore
2008 and newer Cub and Tail Wagon
2009 and newer Nomad and Flatbed
Assembly
1. Remove wheels and tow bar from trailer.
2. For trailers with Push Button axles: Insert the Push Button axle on the skis
into the trailer axles by pressing the brass button on the ski axle. Pull firmly
on ski to confirm the axle is fully engaged.
For trailers with Quick Release lever axles: In order to use the We! Ski kit on
trailers with QR axles, the push button axles provided must be replaced with
QR axles. These can be ordered separately (part number 864001), or removed
from your wheels and installed on the ski kit.
To remove the QR axles from your wheels, simply unscrew the nut at the end
of the axle while holding the QR lever then slide the axle out of the hub. To
remove the push button axles from the ski kit, unscrew the large nut on the
inside while gripping the flats on the opposite end of the axle with a wrench.
Install the QR axle into the ski leg bushings as shown in Figure 1. Insert the
QR axle into the trailer axle and close the QR lever such that it points toward
the rear of the trailer. You should feel strong resistance in the second half of
closing the QR lever; adjust the closing tension by turning the nut on the tip of
the QR axle.
Photo 1
Figure 1
Safety Guidelines
• The We! Ski Kit is designed for cross country use by experienced skiers and for
snowshoeing. Do not use for downhill skiing or tow it with a snowmobile.
• Do not exceed maximum loaded weight: 75 lb./34 kg. for Solo, 100 lb./45 kg. for
double trailers. Note: Only tow a load you are comfortable pulling; this may be
less than maximum weights.
• Before using We! Ski with your children, load it with weights and practice using it
over varied terrain.
• Always use and properly secure the trailer’s shoulder harness and lap belts.
• Never leave your children unattended.
• Use caution when passing others and when stopping.
• Adjust the length of the We! Ski Kit poles so that your skis or poles do not contact
the trailer.
• Always use the cover to protect your children from debris and weather.
• Always use the safety flag for visibility.
• The use of ski or trekking poles is recommended.
3. Insert poles into tow bar receivers. Slide retaining pins through tow bar
receivers/pole holes, and close securely. Check attachment before each use.
See photo 1.
4. Choose pole length to allow for ski and pole clearance. Adjust pole length by
depressing button,
Photo 2
sliding pole to
position and releasing
Binding posts
button to lock in hole.
5. To adjust width of
pole attachment to
harness, unscrew the bolt/binding post using a 4mm hex key and Phillips
screwdriver, then reattach to the other grommets. See photo 2.
6. Fasten harness around your waist and couple the side release buckle. Tighten
by pulling the free ends of the belt webbing. Harness can be reversed (to place
the bottle holder in the front) by detaching the poles from the harness as
described above, reversing the harness, and reattaching the poles.
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