KidKraft Abbeydale Clubhouse Wooden Playset - Assembly Included Assembly Instruction

KidKraft Abbeydale Clubhouse Wooden Playset - Assembly Included Assembly Instruction
ABBEYDALE CLUBHOUSE–F23920
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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 system. Manufacturer contact information provided
below.
30'-0"
18'-0"
OBSTACLE FREE SAFETY ZONE - 30’ x 25’-6” area requires Protective Surfacing. See page 3.
7'-8"
25'-6"
MAXIMUM VERTICAL FALL HEIGHT - 7’-0”
CAPACITY - 12 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.
Abbeydale Clubhouse H:10ft - 6
Playset Dimensions:
L: 18ft -0” x W: 7ft -8”
Obstacle Free Safey Zone:
L: 30ft -0” x W: 25ft -6”
10-14 Hrs
TWO PERSON
ASSEMBLY
Cedar Summit
c/o ©Solowave Design L.P.
Mount Forest, ON Canada
N0G 2L0
9403920
www.cedarsummitplay.com
support@cedarsummitplay.com
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
Metric Conversion Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 7,8
Part ID. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 9
Step by Step Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 20
Installation of I.D./Warning Plaque. . . . . . . . Final Step
Rev 11/28/2014
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.
WARNING
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.
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.
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)
Failure to prohibit these items, even helmets with chin
straps, increases the risk of serious injury and death to
children from entanglement and strangulation.
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.
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.
DO NOT allow children to play on the play-set until the
assembly is complete and the unit is properly anchored.
WARNING LABEL
Owners shall be responsible for maintaining the legibility
of the warning labels.
WARNING – Safe Play Instructions
Observe capacity limitations of your play-set. See
front cover.
Do not allow children to wear open toe or heel footwear
like sandals, flip–flops or clogs.
Dress children with well fitting and full foot enclosing
footwear.
Do not allow children to walk, in front, between, behind
or close to moving rides.
Teach children to sit with their full weight in the center
of the swing seat to prevent erratic swing motion or
falling off.
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.
Check for splintered, broken or cracked wood; missing,
loose, or sharp edged hardware. Replace, tighten and or
sand smooth as required prior to playing.
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.
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 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.
6 ft.
Denotes Use Zone with Protective Surfacing
6 ft.
6 ft.
6 ft.
6 ft.
6 ft.
Denotes Use Zone with Protective Surfacing
6 ft.
Use Zone for Single-Axis Swings
Use Zone for Multi-Axis Swings
From the CPSC Outdoor Home Playground Safety Handbook. At http://www.playgroundregs.com/resources/CPSC%20324.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:
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.
Applying a water repellent or stain (water-based) on a yearly
basis is important maintenance to maintain maximum life
and performance of the product.
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 OVERTIGHTEN 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)
Check twice a month during play season:
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)
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®.
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:
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:
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.
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 only premium playset lumber, ensuring the safest product for your children’s
use. 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, applying a water repellant or
stain on a yearly basis is important maintenance. (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.
5 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 5 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. Failure by the owner
to maintain the product according to the maintenance requirements may void this warranty. 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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Keys to Assembly Success
Tools Required
Shovel
Measuring
Tape
Drill (1/8”
3/16” Bit)
Safety
Glasses
Hammer
Part Identification Key
On each page, you will find the parts and
quantities required to complete the assembly
step illustrated on that page. Here is a sample.
Ratchet 1/2”,
7/16” & 9/16”
Level
#2 & #3 Phillips
or Robertson
Square
Ruler
Step
Ladder
2X 1234 Post 2 x 4 x 83”
Symbols
Throughout these instructions symbols are provided as important reminders for proper and safe assembly.
This identifies information that requires special
attention. Improper assembly could lead to an
unsafe or dangerous condition.
Use
Help
Measure
Distance
Use
Help
Check that set or assembly is properly level
before proceeding.
Pre-drill
1/8” Bit
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.
Pre-drill a pilot hole before
fastening screw or lag to prevent
splitting of wood.
This indicates time to tighten bolts, but
not too tight! Do not crush the wood.
This may create splinters and cause
structural damage.
Square
Assembly
Use
Level
Tighten
Bolts
Use a measuring tape to assure
proper location.
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.
Proper Hardware Assembly
Lag screws require drilling pilot
holes to avoid splitting wood. Only
a flat washer is required. For ease of
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
lock washer first then flat washer 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”.
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5/16" (8mm)
Flat Washer
1/4" (6mm)
Lock Washer
5/16" (8mm)
T-Nut
1/4" (6mm)
T-Nut
1/4" (6mm)
Flat Washer
5/16" (8mm)
Flat Washer
For example:
BOLT LENGTH 4½ (4.5) inches long
1 inch = 25.4mm
LENGTH CONVERSION
0.31 inches x 25.4mm = 8mm
BOLT DIAMETER 5/16 (0.31) inches
For example:
1 inch = 25.4mm
DIAMETER CONVERSION
HARDWARE LENGTH CHART
inches
vs
millimetres
6
152
5½
140
5
127
114
4½
4
102
3½
89
3
76
2½
64
2
51
1½
38
1¼
32
1-1/8
29
1
25.4
7/8
22
3/4
19
1/2
12.7
SOLO)WAVE DESIGN HARDWARE
5/16"(.31) = 8mm Hex Bolt
5/16" (8mm) Lock Washer
1/4"(0.25) = 6mm Hex Bolt
1/4" (6mm) Flat Washer
1/4"(0.25) = 6mm Lag Screw
5/16"(.31) = 8mm Lag Screw
3/8"(.38) = 9.5mm Lag Screw
3/8" (9.5mm)
Flat Washer
4.5 inches x 25.4mm = 114mm long
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63.5
2 1/2"
5/4 x 3
88.9
3 1/2"
5/4 x 4
114.3
4 1/2"
5/4 x 5
139.7
5 1/2"
5/4 x 6
88.9
3 1/2"
4x4
38.1
1 1/2"
34.9
1 3/8"
34.9
1 3/8"
38.1
1 1/2"
38.1
1 1/2"
2x6
136.5
5 3/8"
2x4
85.7
3 3/8"
2x3
63.5
2 1/2"
2
x2
15.9
5/8"
82.6
3 1/4"
34.9
1 3/8"
60.3
2 3/8"
85.7
3 3/8"
114.3
4 1/2"
136.5
5 3/8"
1/2 x 4
1x2
1x3
1x4
1x5
1x6
LENGTH CONVERSION
1 inch = 25.4mm
For example:
BOARD LENGTH 59¼ (59.25) inches
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
11.1
.44
SOLO)WAVE DESIGN WOOD PROFILES
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
88.9
3 1/2"
Dimensions in brackets
[mm] represent millimetres.
59.25 inches x 25.4mm = 1505mm
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
6pc. - 0318 - - Ground Stake 1-1/4 x 1-1/2 x 14" - Box 1 - 3650318
1pc. - 8073 - 1 x 2 x 22" - Dormer Bottom - Box 4 - 3638073
Nominal Size Actual Size
1-1/4 x 1-1/2 1-1/4 x 1-1/2
1x2
5/8 x 1-3/8
1x3
5/8 x 2-3/8
1x4
5/8 x 3-3/8
1x5
5/8 x 4-3/8
2pc. - 8072 - 1 x 3 x 6-3/4" - Dormer Side Burst - Box 4 - 3638072
1pc. - 8071 - 1 x 3 x 10-3/4" - Dormer Centre - Box 4 - 3638071
2pc. - 8070 - 1 x 3 x 13-5/8" - Dormer Side - Box 4 - 3638070
2pc. - 8613 - 1 x 4 x 10-15/16" - Gable Board A - Box 4 - 3638613
1pc. - 8612 - 1 x 4 x 16-1/8" - Centre Gable Board - Box 4 - 3638612
1pc. - 8513 - 1 x 4 x 22-1/8" - Board Access - Box 2 - 3638513
3pc. - 8039 - 1 x 4 x 26-1/2" - Wall Board - Box 3 - 3638039
1pc. - 2505 - 1 x 4 x 29-3/4" - Top End Nest - Box 3 - 3632505
1pc. - 8074 - 1 x 4 x 5-1/2" - Dormer Burst - Box 4 - 3638074
9pc. - 2514 - 1 x 5 x 27" - Floor Board - Box 3 - 3632514
2pc. - 2503 - 1 x 5 x 32-1/2" - Wall Board - Box 4 - 3632503
1pc. - 2479 - 1 x 5 x 38-1/2" - Floor Board - Box 2 - 3632479
1pc. - 2494 - 1 x 5 x 57" - Middle Back - Box 3 - 3632494
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
1pc. - 2522 - 1 x 6 x 21" - Gable A - Box 3 - 3632522
Nominal Size
Actual Size
1x6
5/4 x 2
5-1/4
15/16 x 1-1/2
5/4 x 3
15/16 x 2-1/4
5/4 x 4
15/16 x 3-1/4
5pc. - 8511 - 1 x 6 x 22-1/8" - Board Rock A - Box 2 - 3638511
5pc. - 8512 - 1 x 6 x 22-1/8" - Board Rock B - Box 2 - 3638512
1pc. - 8515 - 1 x 6 x 22-1/8" - Access Rock Bottom - Box 2 - 3638515
2pc. - 2519 - 1 x 6 x 31" - SW Nest Wall - Box 3 - 3632519
12pc. - 2478 - 1 x 6 x 38-1/2" - Floor - Box 2 - 3632478
1pc. - 2480 - 1 x 6 x 57" - Back Top - Box 3 - 3632480
2pc. - 2339 - 1 x 6 x 25-3/8" - Crowsnest Floor - Box 3 - 3632339
2pc. - 2517 - 5/4 x 2 x 17" - Spindle - Box 4 - 3632517
20pc. - 2515 - 5/4 x 2 x 33" - Long Spindle - Box 3 - 3632515
2pc. - 2483 - 5/4 x 3 x 34-1/4" - SW Table Top - Box 3 - 3632483
1pc. - 8516 - 5/4 x 3 x 35 -7/8" - Top Ladder - Box 2 - 3638516
2pc. - 2508 - 5/4 x 4 x 7-3/4" - Short Rail - Box 4 - 3632508
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
2pc. - 2512 - 5/4 x 4 x 11-1/4" - End Nest Board - Box 3 - 3632512
1pc. - 2495 - 5/4 x 4 x 13-5/8" - Bench Support - Box 3 - 3632495
Nominal Size
Actual Size
5/4 x 4
15/16 x 3-1/4
5/4 x 5
15/16 x 4-1/4
4pc. - 8517 - 5/4 x 4 x 13-3/4" - Ladder Tread - Box 2 - 3638517
1pc. - 8514 - 5/4 x 4 x 15" - Gap Ladder - Box 2 - 3638514
1pc. - 2498 - 5/4 x 4 x 24-1/4" - Cafe Top - Box 3 - 3632498
1pc. - 2506 - 5/4 x 4 x 29-3/4" - Bottom Nest End - Box 3 - 3632506
1pc. - 2520 - 5/4 x 4 x 29-3/4" - End Nest Top - Box 3 - 3632520
2pc. - 2507 - 5/4 x 4 x 33-7/8" - Side Nest Top - Box 3 - 3632507
2pc. - 2499 - 5/4 x 4 x 34" - Roof Support Left - Box 3 - 3632499
2pc. - 2518 - 5/4 x 4 x 34" - Roof Support Right - Box 3 - 3632518
2pc. - 2509 - 5/4 x 4 x 39-1/4" - Lower Side - Box 3 - 3632509
1pc. - 2493 - 5/4 x 4 x 54-1/2" - Back Ground - Box 3 - 3632493
2pc. - 2492 - 5/4 x 4 x 57" - Front Top Bottom - Box 3 - 3632492
1pc. - 2474 - 5/4 x 4 x 88-43/64" - Ground SW - Box 3 - 3632474
1pc. - 2487 - 5/4 x 5 x 15-5/8" - Crowsnest Bottom Front - Box 2 - 3632487
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
2pc. - 2488 - 5/4 x 5 x 15-5/8" - Crowsnest Top Front - Box 3 - 3632488
Nominal Size Actual Size
5/4 x 5
5/4 x 6
5/4 x 4
2x3
2x4
1pc. - 2524 - 5/4 x 5 x 32-7/8" - SL Bottom - Box 3 - 3632524
15/16 x 4-1/4
15/16 x 5-1/4
1 x 3-1/2
1-1/2 x 2-1/4
1-1/2 x 3-1/4
1pc. - 2481 - 5/4 x 5 x 34-1/8" - Lower Back - Box 2 - 3632481
2pc. - 2485 - 5/4 x 6 x 5" - Seat Side - Box 2 - 3632485
1pc. - 8614 - 5/4 x 6 x 10" - Sunburst - Box 4 - 3638614
1pc. - 2497 - 5/4 x 6 x 29-1/2" - Seat - Box 3 - 3632497
2pc. - 2337 - 5/4 x 4 x 25-1/2" - Crowsnest Back - Box 4 - 3632337
2pc. - 2341 - 5/4 x 4 x 34-3/8" - Crowsnest Upright - Box 3 - 3632341
2pc. - 2516 - 2 x 3 x 25" - SW Nest Access Post - Box 3 - 3632516
1pc. - 2491 - 2 x 3 x 42-1/4" - Diagonal - Box 3 - 3632491
1pc. - 2496 - 2 x 4 x 3-1/4" - Seat Block - Box 4 - 3632496
2pc. - 2513 - 2 x 4 x 9" - Gusset - Box 4 - 3632513
1pc. - 2484 - 2 x 4 x 13-1/2" - Bench Leg - Box 4 - 3632484
1pc. - 8168 - 2 x 4 x 26-1/4" - SL Support - Box 3 - 3638168
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
1pc. - 2486 - 2 x 4 x 29" - SW Mount - Box 3 - 3632486
Nominal Size Actual Size
2x4
1 3/8 x 3-3/8
1-1/4 x 3-3/8 1-1/4 x 3-3/8
1pc. - 2490 - 2 x 4 x 33-1/8" - Rockwall Spacer - Box 2 - 3632490
2pc. - 2510 - 2 x 4 x 38" - Floor Support - Box 3 - 3632510
2pc. - 2500 - 2 x 4 x 38-3/8" - Crowsnest Post - Box 4 - 3632500
1pc. - 2489 - 2 x 4 x 38-1/2" - Floor End - Box 2 - 3632489
1pc. - 8611 - 2 x 4 x 41" - Gable Bottom - Box 4 - 3638611
1pc. - 2482 - 2 x 4 x 47-7/8" - Back Wall Support - Box 4 - 3632482
1pc. - 8139 - 2 x 4 x 62-7/8" - Rock Rail - Box 2 - 3638139
1pc. - 8145 - 2 x 4 x 62-7/8" - Left Access Rail - Box 2 - 3638145
1pc. - 8146 - 2 x 4 x 62-7/8" - Right Access Rail - Box 2 - 3638146
1pc. - 2475 - 2 x 4 x 68" - FR Floor Support - Box 2 - 3632475
1pc. - 2476 - 2 x 4 x 68" - Floor Joist - Box 2 - 3632476
1pc. - 2477 - 2 x 4 x 68" - Back Floor Support - Box 2 - 3632477
2pc. - 2473 - 2 x 4 x 102" - Post - Box 4 - 3632473
2pc. - 2521 - 1-1/4 x 3-3/8 x 23-3/4" - SW Side Post - Box 4 - 3632521
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
Nominal Size Actual Size
1pc. - 2523 - 2 x 6 x 31-3/4" - Lower Gable - Box 3 - 3632523
2x6
2x3
2x4
2x2
2x6
2 x 3-3/8
4pc. - 2511 - 2 x 3 x 37-5/8" - Nest Post - Box 3 - 3632511
1-1/4 x 5-1/4
1-3/8 x 2-1/2
1-3/8 x 3-3/8
1-1/2 x 1-1/2
1-1/2 x 5-3/8
2 x 3-3/8
1pc. - 4919 - 2 x 4 x 5-3/8" - SW Rail Block - Box 4 - 3644919
3pc. - 2340 - 2 x 4 x 8-5/8" - Crowsnest Joist - Box 4 - 3632340
1pc. - 8069 - 2 x 4 x 10" - Dormer Cleat - Box 3 - 3638069
2pc. - 2338 - 2 x 4 x 27-1/2" - Crowsnest Face - Box 3 - 3632338
1pc. - 2501 - 2 x 4 x 38-1/2" - Crowsnest Top - Box 3 - 3632501
1pc. - 2502 - 2 x 4 x 38-1/2" - Crowsnest Floor End - Box 3 - 3632502
1pc. - 2472 - 2 x 4 x 46-1/2" - Heavy SW Support - Box 3 - 3632472
1pc. - 1856 - 2 x 4 x 48-5/16" - SW Upright - Box 3 - 3641856
2pc. - 2504 - 2 x 2 x 13-3/8" - SW Ladder Step - Box 3 - 3632504
1pc. - 1248 - 2 x 6 x 94" - Front Beam - Box 3 - 3631248
1pc. - 1249 - 2 x 6 x 94" - Back Beam - Box 3 - 3631249
2pc. - 2471 - 2 x 3-3/8 x 86-11/16" - Heavy SW Post - Box 4 - 3632471
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
1pc. - 8068 - - Dormer Roof Set - Box 4 - 3638068
2pc. - 2525 - 1-1/4 x 35-7/16 x 64" - Roof Panel - Box 2 - 37632525
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
1pc. - 2724 - 1-1/4 x 28-1/2 x 102"
Cafe Panel - Box 4 - 37632724
1pc. - 2527 - 1-1/4 x 28-1/2 x 102"
Chalkwall Panel - Box 4 - 37632527
1pc. - 2528 - 1-1/4 x 38-1/2 x 83"
SW Wall Panel - Box 2 - 37632528
1pc. - 2529 - 1-1/4 x 38-1/2 x 54-1/8"
SL Side Panel - Box 2 - 37632529
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Hardware Identification (Actual Size)
6pc. H2 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 2" - (9277220)
35pc. H10 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 2-1/4" - (9277221)
21pc. H3 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 2-1/2" - (9277222)
4pc. H11 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 2-3/4" - (9277223)
3pc. H12 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 3" - (9277230)
3pc. H13 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 3-1/2" - (9277232)
17pc. WL5 - Wafer Lag 1/4 x 2-1/2" -
8pc. WL3 - Wafer Lag 1/4 x 1-3/8" - (9266216)
(52632222)
1pc. H8 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 4-1/4" - (9277241)
5pc. LS2 - Lag Screw 1/4 x 2-1/2" - (9272222)
4pc. H7 - Hex Bolt 1/4 x 5-1/2" - (9277252)
9pc. G1 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 1-1/2" - (9277312)
2pc. G4 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 4" - (9277340)
4pc. G5 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 4-1/2" - (9277342)
2pc. G8 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 2" - (9277320)
3pc. G6 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 4-3/4" - (9277343)
4pc. G7 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 5-1/2" - (9277352)
2pc. G25 - Hex Bolt 5/16 x 7-1/4" - (9277471)
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Hardware Identification (Actual Size)
18pc. FW0 - 3/16" Flat Washer - (9251100)
18pc. LW2 - 5/16" Lock Washer - (9253300)
93pc. LW1 - 1/4" Lock Washer - (9253200)
83pc. TN1 - 1/4" T - Nut -(9285200)
94pc. FW1 - 1/4" Flat Washer - (9251200)
18pc. TN2 - 5/16" T- Nut - (9285300)
89pc. LN1 - 1/4 Lock Nut - (9283200)
42pc. FW2 - 5/16" Flat Washer - (9251300)
12pc. LN2 - 5/16" Lock Nut - (9283300)
89pc. PB1 - Pan Bolt 1/4 x 3/4"
10pc. BN1 - 1/4" Barrel Nut - (9248200)
13pc. PB2 - Pan Bolt 1/4 x 1-1/4"
- (53452203)
8pc. FW6 - #12 Screw Bezel - (9299500)
- (53432212)
5pc. PB6 - Pan Bolt 1/4 x 1" - (9274210)
4pc. S18 - Wood Screw #6 x 1" - (9264010)
22pc. S1 - Wood Screw #8 x 1-1/8" - (9290514)
18pc. S5 - Pan Screw #8 x 1/2" - (9264504)
230pc. S20 - Wood Screw #8 x 1-3/8" - (9260516)
12pc. S10 - Pan Screw #8 x 1" - (9264510)
91pc. S15 - Wood Screw #8 x 1-3/4" - (9260513)
40pc. S8 - Pan Screw #12 x 3/4" - (9264603)
15pc. S6 - Pan Screw #12 x 1" - (9264610)
73pc. S3 - Wood Screw #8 x 2-1/2" - (9290522)
52pc. S7 - Pan Screw #12 x 2" - (9264620)
28pc. S4 - Wood Screw #8 x 3" - (9290530)
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
1x - TNR 2 Slide Exit
(3310220)
2x - Space Glider Handle
(3320177) Green
1x - Space Glider Body
(3320268) Yellow
1x - Telescope w/ Mount
(3320161)
1x - TNR 2 Post Mount
(9200203)
2x - Hand Grip (2Pk)
(3320240) -Yellow
1x - (5pk) Swing Bracket Set
1x. - Rocks (10pk)
(3201531) -Green
(3320210) -Green/Yellow/Burgundy
1x - Cedar Summit Plaque
(9320358)
1x - Cedar Summit ID Plaque
(9320357)
10x - TNR 2 Slide Clamp Ring
(3300220)
9x - TNR 2 Slide Elbow
(3310221)
1x - Quadrex Driver
(9200015)
1x - 2x2 Robertson
Driver
(9200014)
1x - EN71 Hand Rail
(9200223) -Yellow
1x - Triangle Plate (4pk)
(3200184) Green
1x - TNR 2 Slide Exit Top
(3310224)
1x - TNR 2 Slide Rt Flange
(3310223)
1x - TNR 2 Slide Support
(9200226)
1x - TNR 2 Slide Lt Flange
(3310222)
1x - Bolt Thru Swing
Hanger (4Pk)
(3202000)
1x - Bayfield Retreat Brkt Set
(3203910)
1x - Spin Chalk Sign
(3320715)
1x Glider Hanger (2pk)
(3200202)
9201580
1X - Wall Angle
Bracket
2x - 42" Belt Swing w/
Welded Chain
(3724943) Yellow
1x - 39" Glider Rope & Chain
(4Pk)
(3533860)
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4X - Corner
Bracket
9200633
2X - Flat Panel
Brkt
9200628
8X - Corner Panel
Brkt
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Step 1: Inventory Parts - Read This Before Starting Assembly
STOP
A.
STOP
STOP
STOP
his is the time for you to inventory all your hardware, wood and accessories,
T
referencing the parts identification sheets. This will assist you with your assembly.
• The wood pieces will have the four digit key number stamped on the ends of the
boards. The wood pieces are referenced throughout the instructions with this number.
• 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.
1-877-966-3738
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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 Big Backyard ID Plaque (3320356).
• Please retain this information for future reference. You will need this information if you
contact the Consumer Relations Department.
MODEL NUMBER: F23920
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 2: Access Ladder / Rockwall Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (8145) Left Access Rail on left hand side of 4 (8517) Ladder Treads and (8146) Right Access Rail on
right hand side with the grooves facing in. (fig. 2.1)
B: Fit each (8517) Ladder Tread into grooves on both (8145) and (8146) 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)
Fig. 2.1
D: Attach Swing Brackets to the inside top of (8145)
and (8146) Access Rails at angled edge using 1 (G1)
5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer
and t-nut) per bracket. Edge of Swing Bracket is flush
with edges of Access Rails. (fig. 2.1 and 2.3)
S3
Left Side
8145
8517
8146
Swing
Bracket
Right Side
S3
G1
Fig. 2.3
5/16” Lock
Washer
Top of Ladder View
Fig. 2.2
End View
5/16” Flat
Washer
8517
8146
Flush to
edges
5/16” T-Nut
Wood Parts
1x
8145
Left Access Rail 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”
1x
8146
Right Access Rail 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”
4x
8517
Ladder Tread 5/4 x 4 x 13-3/4”
Hardware
16 x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
2x
G1
5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
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Step 2: Access Ladder / Rockwall Assembly
Part 2
E: Place (8514) Gap Ladder on each access rail so there is a 2-1/8” gap between (8514) Gap Ladder and the
top (8517) Ladder Tread. Attach using 4 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 2.4)
F: Place (8139) Rock Rail on the ground next to (8145) Left Access Rail so it matches the orientation of the two
access rails as shown in fig. 2.5. Attach (8516) Top Ladder to top of Access Ladder assembly and (8139) Rock
Rail using 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. Notice that the holes in the board are towards the top. (fig. 2.5)
G: Attach 1 Swing Bracket flush to the top angled edge of (8139) Rock Rail, making sure the bracket faces out.
Use 1 (G1) 5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 2.5)
Fig. 2.4
S3
8146
8514
8145
8517
2-1/8” gap between top
Tread and Gap Ladder
Fig. 2.5
8146
8145
Notice holes
towards top of
board
5/16” Lock
Washer
G1
8139
S3
5/16” T-Nut
8516
Swing Bracket
5/16” Flat
Washer
S3
Wood Parts
1x
8514
Gap Ladder 5/4 x 4 x 15”
1x
8139
Rock Rail 2 x 4 x 62-7/8”
1x
8516
Top Ladder 5/4 x 3 x 35-7/8”
Hardware
7x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
1x
G1
5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
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1 x Swing Bracket
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Step 3: Rockwall Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (8513) Board Access at top of the Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly and (8515) Access Rock Bottom
at the bottom of the assembly as shown in fig. 3.1. Then place (8511) Board Rock A and (8512) Board Rock B 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 (8145) Left Access Rail and (8139)
Rock Rail. (fig. 3.1)
B: Make sure all boards fit together snugly and the assembly is square, then attach (8513) Board Access and
(8515) Access Rock Bottom using 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. Fasten all the other boards with 4
(S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 3.1)
C: Place EN71 Hand Rail 1” from front edge of (8516) Top Ladder and on (8146) Right 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. (fig. 3.1)
WL3
8516
Fig. 3.1
8513
1”
8512
IMPORTANT!
Follow hole
pattern
8511
8512
S20
8511
x 4 per
board
8512
8511
EN71Hand
Rail
8512
8511
8512
8511
WL3
8139
8515
8145
Wood Parts
Hardware
8513
Board Access 1 x 4 x 22-1/8”
48 x
5x
8511
Board Rock A 1 x 6 x 22-1/8”
5x
Board Rock B 1 x 6 x 22-1/8”
2x
8512
1x
8515
Access Rock Bottom 1 x 6 x 22-1/8”
1x
8146
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
WL3
1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag
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Step 3: Rockwall Assembly
Part 2
D: Alternating colours and shapes, attach 1 rock to each rock board using 1 (PB2) 1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt (with
1/4” lock washer, 3/16” flat washer and 1/4” barrel nut) and 1 (S10) #8 x 1” Pan Screw per rock. (fig. 3.2 and 3.3)
The Pan Screw is placed in the hole beneath the Pan Bolt. (fig. 3.2 and 3.3)
Note: Make sure all hardware is used to secure each rock properly.
Fig. 3.2
Fig. 3.3
3/16” Flat
Washer
1/4”
Barrel Nut
1/4” Lock
Washer
PB2
S10
Rock
Hardware
Other Parts
10 x
PB2
1/4 x 1-1/4 Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 3/16” flat washer & 1/4” barrel nut)
10 x
S10
#8 x 1” Pan Screw
10 x Rocks (green/yellow/burgundy)
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Step 4: Swing Wall Panel Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (2528) SW Wall Panel on the ground then measure 4” up from the bottom of the panel and 4” down
from the top of the panel on both sides and attach four 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Brackets to the panel with 2 (S8)
#12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket. The flat edges of the brackets sit flat against the panel. (fig. 4.1 and 4.2)
B: With a helper hold (2724) Cafe Panel up against the right side edge of (2528) SW Wall Panel so the bottom
edges are flush. Attach Corner Panel Brackets to (2724) Cafe Panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per
bracket. (fig. 4.1 and 4.2)
C: Place (2473) Post up against the left side of (2528) SW Wall Panel so the bottom edges are flush, noticing
the hole locations in the top of the board, then attach Corner Panel Brackets to (2473) Post with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4”
Pan Screws per bracket. (fig. 4.1 and 4.2).
Fig. 4.2
Fig. 4.1
S8
x 4 per
bracket
2 x 2-1/4”
Corner
Panel
Bracket
Flat edge
Notice holes
facing up
2724
2528
2 x 2-1/4”
Corner Panel
Bracket
2473
2 x 2-1/4”
Corner Panel
Bracket
4”
2 x 2-1/4” Corner
Panel Bracket
Flush
Flush
Bottom
Wood Parts
1x
1x
1x
2724
2528
2473
Cafe Panel 1-1/4 x 28-1/2 x 102”
SW Wall Panel 1-1/4 x 38-1/2 x 83”
Post 2 x 4 x 102”
Hardware
16 x
S8
#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw
Other Parts
4x
25
2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket
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Step 4: Swing Wall Panel Assembly
Part 2
Note: Make sure panels are square and flush to each other. (fig. 4.3)
D: Pre-drill with a 3/16” drill bit, then fasten the (2724) Cafe Panel and (2473) Post to (2528) SW Wall Panel with
5 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lags per panel. (fig. 4.3)
2724
Fig. 4.3
2528
2473
WL5
WL5
Hardware
10 x
WL5
1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag
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Step 5: Slide Wall Panel Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (2529) SL Side Panel on the ground then measure 4” up from the bottom of the panel and 4” down from
the top of the panel on both sides and attach four 2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Brackets to the panel with 2 (S8) #12 x
3/4” Pan Screws per bracket. The flat edge of the bracket must be sitting flat against the panel. (fig. 5.1 and 5.2)
B: With a helper hold (2527) Chalkwall Panel up against the left side edge of (2529) SL Side Panel so the bottom
edges are flush. Attach Corner Panel Brackets to (2527) Chalkwall Panel with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per
bracket. (fig. 5.1 and 5.2)
C: Place (2473) Post up against the right side of (2529) SL Side Panel so the bottom edges are flush, noticing the
hole locations in the top of the board, then attach Corner Panel Brackets to (2473) Post with 2 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan
Screws per bracket. (fig. 5.1 and 5.2).
S8 x 4 per
bracket
Notice holes
facing up
Fig. 5.1
Fig. 5.2
2527
2473
2 x 2-1/4”
Corner Panel
Bracket
Flat edge
2529
2 x 2-1/4” Corner
Panel Bracket
2 x 2-1/4” Corner
Panel Bracket
4”
4”
Flush
Flush
Bottom
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
1x
1x
2527
2529
2473
Chalkwall Panel 1-1/4 x 28-1/2 x 102”
SL Side Panel 1-1/4 x 38-1/2 x 54-1/8”
Post 2 x 4 x 102”
16 x
S8
#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw
Other Parts
4x
27
2 x 2-1/4” Corner Panel Bracket
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Part 2
Note: Make sure panels are square and flush to each other. (fig. 5.3)
D: Pre-drill with a 3/16” drill bit, then fasten the (2527) Chalkwall Panel and (2473) Post to (2529) SL Side Panel
with 3 (WL5) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lags per panel. (fig. 5.3)
2527
Fig. 5.3
2473
2529
WL5
WL5
Hardware
6x
WL5
1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag
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Step 6: Join Slide Wall and Swing Wall Assemblies
A: With a helper lift the Swing Wall Assembly and Slide Wall Assembly so the (2724) Cafe Panel and (2527)
Chalkwall Panel are tight together. (fig. 6.1)
B: Attach 1 (2492) Front Top Bottom to the bottom and 1 to top of (2724) Cafe Panel and (2527) Chalkwall Panel
with 4 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per board as shown in fig. 6.1.
C: Attach (2475) FR Floor Support to the centre of (2724) Cafe Panel and (2527) Chalkwall Panel so one end
extends past the Slide Side using 4 (H3) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) as shown
in fig. 6.1.
Fig. 6.1
Swing Side
Back
1/4” T-Nut
1/4” Flat Washer
2492
1/4” Lock Washer
H10
1/4” T-Nut (hidden)
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4” Lock Washer
H3
2475
Extended on
this side
2724
2492
2529
H10
Slide Side
Front
2527
Wood Parts
2x
1x
2492
2475
Front Top Bottom 5/4 x 4 x 57”
FR Floor Support 2 x 4 x 68”
Hardware
8x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
4x
H3
1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 7: Top Swing Side Wall Assembly
A: Place 1 (2521) SW Side Post tight to the top and flush to the front face of (2528) SW Wall Panel and flush to
the outside edge of (2724) Cafe Panel. Attach with 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 7.1 and 7.2)
B: Place a second (2521) SW Side Post tight to the top and flush to the front face of (2528) SW Wall Panel and
flush to the outside edge of (2473) Post. Attach with 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 7.1 and 7.2)
Fig. 7.1
Back
2521
2473
2528
Fig. 7.2
Notice orientation of
angles
2473
S3
Front
2521
Swing Side
2724
Flush
2528
S3
2724
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
2521
SW Side Post 1-1/4 x 3-3/8 x 23-3/4”
Flush
6x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 8: Back Wall Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (2493) Back Ground in between both (2473) Posts on the inside of the assembly. Attach (2493) Back
Ground to (2473) Post on the Swing Side with 1 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and
t-nut). (fig. 8.1)
B: Place (2524) SL Bottom on the outside of (2473) Post on the Slide Side and attach to (2473) Post and (2493)
Back Ground with 1 (H12) 1/4 x 3” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) in the bottom hole. (fig. 8.1)
C: Attach (8168) SL Support to extended end of (2524) SL Bottom with 1 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock
washer, flat washer and t-nut) in the top hole. (fig. 8.1)
D: Make sure (2524) SL Bottom is square to (2473) Post and (8168) SL Support then attach with 2 (S15) #8 x
1-3/4” Wood Screws in remaining holes. (fig. 8.1)
Fig. 8.1
Slide Side
2473
8168
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4”
T-Nut
2524
H10
S15
H10
Swing Side
2493
H12
2473
Back
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
2493
Back Ground 5/4 x 4 x 54-1/2”
2x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1x
2524
SL Bottom 5/4 x 5 x 32-7/8”
1x
H12
1/4 x 3” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1x
8168
SL Support 2 x 4 x 26-1/4”
2x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 8: Back Wall Assembly
Part 2
E: From inside the assembly loosely attach (2477) Back Floor Support to both (2473) Posts with 2 (H3) 1/4 x
2-1/2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). Notice that the bolt on the Swing Side is installed from
inside the assembly and the bolt on the Slide Side is installed from outside the assembly. (fig. 8.2)
F: Loosely attach (2480) Back Top to the top of both (2473) Posts and (2494) Middle Back below (2480) Back
Top using 2 (H2) 1/4 x 2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per board in the top holes. (fig. 8.2)
G: Loosely attach (2482) Back Wall Support on the inside of (2480) Back Top and (2494) Middle Back with 2
(H2) 1/4 x 2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) and to the outside of (2477) Back Floor Support
with 1 (H3) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) as shown in fig. 8.2.
H: Attach (2528) SW Wall Panel to (2477) Back Floor Support and (2475) FR Floor Support with 2 (S4) #8 x 3”
Wood Screws per board. (fig. 8.2)
I: Make sure assembly is square then tighten all bolts. (fig. 8.2)
2480
Fig. 8.2
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4”
T-Nut
H2
2528
x 3 per board
2494
2482
2477
2475
(hidden)
H3
Slide Side
x3
S4
Notice
this bolt is
inverted
Swing Side
2473
Wood Parts
1x
1x
1x
1x
2480
2494
2477
2482
Back Top 1 x 6 x 57”
Middle Back 1 x 5 x 57”
Back Floor Support 2 x 4 x 68”
Back Wall Support 2 x 4 x 47-7/8”
Hardware
3x
H3
1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
6x
H2
1/4 x 2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
4x
S4
#8 x 3” Wood Screw
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Step 9: Attach Spin Chalk Sign and Secure Assembly
A: From inside the assembly place the Spin Chalk Sign in the opening of (2527) Chalkwall Panel so it sits tight
to the panel and attach with 6 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws as shown in fig. 9.1 and 9.2.
B: Make sure assembly is square then on the inside of the assembly attach (2724) Cafe Panel to (2527)
Chalkwall Panel using 2 Flat Panel Brackets with 4 (S8) #12 x 3/4” Pan Screws per bracket as shown in fig. 9.1
and 9.3.
C: Attach (2480) Back Top and (2494) Middle Back to both (2473) Posts and (2482) Back Wall Support with 3
(S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 9.1 and 9.4)
2527
Fig. 9.4
2480
Fig. 9.1
2724
Fig. 8.5
2473
S20
x 3 per
board
Fig. 9.3
2494
2527
2724
Fig. 9.2
2482
Flat Panel
Bracket
S8
x 4 per
bracket
2527
2473
S5
x6
Spin Chalk
Sign
Hardware
8x
S8
#12 x 3/4” Pan Screw
6x
S5
#8 x 1/2” Pan Screw
6x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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2 x Flat Panel Bracket
1 x Spin Chalk Sign
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Step 10: Attach Joist and Floor End
Part 1
A: Install one 5/16” T-Nut into (2528) SW Wall Panel as shown in fig. 10.1 and 10.2.
Fig. 10.1
Fig. 10.2
2528
5/16”
T-Nut
Hardware
1 x 5/16” T-nut
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Step 10: Attach Joist and Floor End
Part 2
B: At the end of (2477) Back Floor Support and (2475) FR Floor Support attach (2489) Floor End, flush to the
ends, with 4 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws. (fig. 10.3 and fig. 10.4)
C: Measure 5/8” down from the spot shown on (2528) SW Wall Panel and attach (2476) Floor Joist to (2528)
SW Wall Panel and flush to top of (2489) Floor End with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws per end. (fig. 10.3 and fig.
10.5)
Fig. 10.5
Fig. 10.3
2475
Fig. 10.4
Flush
S4
Outside View
S4
2528
2475
2489
5/8”
2489
S4
x6
Flush
2476
2477
Wood Parts
1x
2489
Floor End 2 x 4 x 38-1/2”
1x
2476
Floor Joist 2 x 4 x 68”
Hardware
8x
S4
#8 x 3” Wood Screw
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Step 11: Floor Board Assembly
Part 1
A: Place 1 (2478) Floor tight to (2528) SW Wall Panel and 1 (2478) Floor flush to the face and ends of (2489)
Floor End then attach with 6 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 11.1 and 11.2)
Fig. 11.1
S20
Fig. 11.2
2478
2475
2528
Flush
2489
2475
S20
x 6 per board
2478
2489
2476
2478
Flush
2477
Wood Parts
2x
2478
Floor 1 x 6 x 38-1/2”
Hardware
12 x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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Step 11: Floor Board Assembly
Part 2
B: Starting at Swing Side place 5 (2478) Floors next to the previously installed (2478) Floor then place 1 (2479)
Floor Board followed by the remaining 5 (2478) Floors. Make sure the boards are evenly spaced then attach with
6 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 11.3 and 11.4)
Fig. 11.3
Fig. 11.4
S20
Flush
Swing Side
2479
2478
S20
2478
x 6 per board
Flush
2478
2478
2479
2478
Wood Parts
10 x
1x
2478
2479
Floor 1 x 6 x 38-1/2”
Floor Board 1 x 5 x 38-1/2”
Hardware
66 x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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Step 12: Swing Wall Assembly
Part 1
A: Loosely attach (2474) Ground SW to the bottom of (2528) SW Wall Panel using 4 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex
Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 12.1)
B: On the Front of the assembly loosely attach (2491) Diagonal to the end of (2474) Ground SW with 1 (H10)
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 12.1)
C: Pre-drill pilot hole with a 3/16” drill bit then attach (2491) Diagonal to (2724) Cafe Panel with 1 (WL5) 1/4 x
2-1/2” Wafer Lag (with flat washer). (fig. 12.1)
D: Attach (2485) Seat Side and (2496) Seat Block to (2491) Diagonal with 1 (H13) 1/4 x 3-1/2” Hex Bolt (with
lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) and 1 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw as shown in fig. 12.1 and 12.2. The tops
of (2485) Seat Side and (2496) Seat Block must be flush to each other and both level.
E: Tighten all bolts in this step.
Fig. 12.1
Fig. 12.2
2496
2491
2528
H13
Flush
1/4”
T-Nut
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4” Lock
Washer
2474
2724
1/4” Flat
Washer
WL5
S15
Front
2485
H10
2491
Swing Side
Wood Parts
1x
2474
Ground SW 5/4 x 4 x 88-43/64”
5x
1x
2491
Diagonal 2 x 3 x 42-1/4”
1x
1x
2485
Seat Side 5/4 x 6 x 5”
Seat Block 2 x 4 x 3-1/4”
2496
Hardware
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1x
H13
1/4 x 3-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1x
WL5
1/4 x 2-1/2” Wafer Lag (1/4” flat washer)
1x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 12: Swing Wall Assembly
Part 2
F: In the opening of (2528) SW Wall Panel attach (2483) SW Table Top, tight to the corners of the panel opening,
with 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 12.3.
G: Attach (2486) SW Mount to (2528) SW Wall Panel with 2 (G5) 5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat
washer and t-nut). Note the bottom bolt uses the t-nut previously installed in Step 10, Part 1. (fig. 12.3)
Fig. 12.3
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16”
T-Nut
5/16” Lock
Washer
G5
2486
G5
Tight
S3
Note: Bottom bolt uses
5/16” t-nut previously
installed
Tight
Wood Parts
1x
1x
2483
2486
SW Table Top 5/4 x 3 x 34-1/4”
SW Mount 2 x 4 x 29”
2528
2483
Hardware
3x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
2x
G5
5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
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Step 13: Cafe Seat Assembly
Part 1
A: Attach (2485) Seat Side to (2484) Bench Leg with 1 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer
and t-nut) and 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 13.2. The top of (2485) Seat Side must be level
and flush to (2484) Bench Leg.
B: Attach (2495) Bench Support to (2484) Bench Leg with 1 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat
washer and t-nut) and 1 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw as shown in fig. 13.2.
C: Place Bench Leg Assembly in front of (2724) Cafe Panel and hold (8039) Wall Board against Bench Leg
Assembly so it is tight to both (2485) Seat Sides. Attach to (2484) Bench Leg and (2496) Seat Block with 4 (S20)
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 13.1 and 13.3)
D: Place (2497) Seat on top of each (2485) Seat Side, tight to (2491) Diagonal so the angled edges face out and
attach to (2484) Bench Leg and (2496) Seat Block with 4 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws. (fig. 13.1 and 13.3)
Fig. 13.1
2485
Fig. 13.2
H10
2495
S15
2484
1/4”
T-Nut
1/4” Flat
Washer
H10
1/4” Lock
Washer
2491
2497
2724
Tight
2496
(hidden)
Fig. 13.3
2485
S3
8039
x4
Tight
2495
Tight
S20
2484
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
Wood Parts
2484
2495
2485
8039
2497
Bench Leg 2 x 4 x 13-1/2”
Bench Support 5/4 x 4 x 13-5/8”
Seat Side 5/4 x 6 x 5”
Wall Board 1 x 4 x 26-1/2”
Seat 5/4 x 6 x 29-1/2”
Hardware
2x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
3x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
4x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
4x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 13: Cafe Seat Assembly
Part 2
E: Attach 1 Corner Bracket to (2492) Front Top Bottom and to outside of (2495) Bench Support under the bolt
with 2 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws and 1 (S10) #8 x 1” Pan Screw as shown in fig. 13.4 and 13.5. (S5) #8 x 1/2”
Pan Screws installed into (2495) Bench Support.
F: Attach 1 Corner Bracket flush to the top of (2492) Front Top Bottom and to inside of (2495) Bench Support
with 2 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws and 1 (S10) #8 x 1” Pan Screw as shown in fig. 13.4 and 13.6. (S5) #8 x 1/2”
Pan Screws installed into (2495) Bench Support.
G: In the opening of (2724) Cafe Panel attach (2498) Cafe Top, tight to the corners of the panel opening, with 2
(S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 13.4.
S3
Tight
2498
Fig. 13.4
Tight
2724
2492
Fig. 13.5
Corner Bracket
Flush
2492
2495
2492
Fig. 13.6
S5
2495
S5
Corner
Bracket
S10
S10
2495
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
2498
Cafe Top 5/4 x 4 x 24-1/4”
4x
S5
#8 x 1/2” Pan Screw
2x
S10
#8 x 1” Pan Screw
2x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 14: Attach Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly
Part 1
A: Place (2490) Rockwall Spacer in between (2473) Post and (2482) Back Wall Support flush to the top of the
(2478) Floors then attach to (2477) Back Floor Support with 3 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. Bottom bolt in
(2482) Back Wall Support may have to be loosened to fit (2490) Rockwall Spacer. Do no forget to retighten the
bolt. (fig. 14.1 and 14.2)
Fig. 14.2
2478
2490
2482
Flush
2473
2477
Fig. 14.1
S15
2482
May have to loosen Back
Wall Support
2473
2490
2477
Back
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
2490
Rockwall Spacer 2 x 4 x 33-1/8”
3x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 14: Attach Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly
Part 2
Pre-drill all holes using a 3/16” drill bit before installing the Lag Screws.
B: Remove (8513) Board Access from the Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly. Set the board and screws
aside, they will be re-attached. (fig. 14.3 and 14.5)
C: Place the Access Ladder/Rockwall Assembly on the Back of the fort, flush to top of (2478) Floors and
flush to outside edge of (2473) Post then attach to (2473) Post and (2490) Rockwall Spacer with 1 (LS2) 1/4 x
2-1/2” Lag Screw (with flat washer) in each Swing Bracket. (fig. 14.3 and 14.4).
D: Re-attach (8513) Board Access to the same place it was removed. (fig. 14.5)
E: Make sure the edges of (2474) Ground SW and (8139) Rock Rail are flush then attach with 2 (S15) #8 x
1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 14.3 and 14.6)
Fig. 14.3
Fig. 14.4
2490
2478
2482
Flush
2473
2477
2477
2490
LS2
2473
1/4” Flat
Washer
Fig. 14.5
Back
2474
8139
2474
8139
Fig. 14.6
Flush
S15
8513
Hardware
3x
LS2
2x
S15
1/4 x 2-1/2” Lag Screw
(1/4” flat washer)
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 15: Crowsnest Assembly
Part 1
A: In the opening of (2529) SL Side Panel attach (2483) SW Table Top, tight to the corners of the panel opening,
ledge facing in, with 3 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 15.1 and 15.2.
B: Attach 1 (2500) Crowsnest Post to (2475) FR Floor Support and (2477) Back Floor Support with 1 (H3) 1/4 x
2-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per side. (fig. 15.1 and 15.3)
C: Make sure the (2500) Crowsnest Posts are square then flush to the front and tight to the top of (2489) Floor
End attach (2502) Crowsnest Floor End to both (2500) Crowsnest Posts with 2 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws per
post as shown in fig. 15.1 and 15.3.
D: Flush to the front and top of both (2500) Crowsnest Posts attach (2501) Crowsnest Top to posts with 2 (S4)
#8 x 3” Wood Screws per post as shown in fig. 15.1 and 15.3.
Fig. 15.1
S4
Fig. 15.3
2501
2475
(hidden)
2500
2500
2501
2500
2502
S4
1/4”
T-Nut
(hidden)
2489
H3
2502
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
2529
Tight
Slide SIde
Tight and Flush
S3
2477
2489
2475
(hidden)
Note orientation,
ledge faces inward
Tight
Fig. 15.2
2529
2483
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
2x
1x
1x
2483
2500
2502
2501
SW Table Top 5/4 x 3 x 34-1/4”
Crowsnest Post 2 x 4 x 38-3/8”
Crowsnest Floor End 2 x 4 x 38-1/2”
Crowsnest Top 2 x 4 x 38-1/2”
2x
H3
1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
8x
S4
#8 x 3” Wood Screw
3x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 15: Crowsnest Assembly
Part 2
E: Flush to the top of the floor and flush to the end of (2500) Crowsnest Post on the Back of the assembly attach
(2481) Lower Back to (2500) Crowsnest Post, (2473) Post and (2482) Back Wall Support with 6 (S7) #12 x 2”
Pan Screws. (fig. 15.4 and 15.5)
F: Flush to the top and end of (2500) Crowsnest Post on the Back of the assembly attach 1 (2488) Crowsnest
Top Front with 1 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 15.4 and 15.5)
G: Make sure (2488) Crowsnest Top Front is level then attach to (2500) Crowsnest Post and (2473) Post with 3
(S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 15.4 and 15.5)
H: Repeat Steps F & G for the Front of the assembly attaching (2488) Crowsnest Top Front to (2500) Crowsnest
Post and (2527) Chalkwall Panel. (fig. 15.4 and 15.6)
I: Flush to the top of the floor and flush to the end of (2500) Crowsnest Post on the Front of the assembly attach
(2487) Crowsnest Bottom Front to (2500) Crowsnest Post and (2527) Chalkwall Panel with 4 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan
Screws. (fig. 15.4 and 15.6)
2488
Fig. 15.6
1/4” T-Nut
Front
Fig. 15.4
(hidden)
2527
1/4” Flat
Washer
Fig. 15.5
S7
2482
x3
S7
2500
2488
H10
H10
Flush
Back
2527
1/4” Lock
Washer
2473
S7
2482
x4
2500
S7
x6
Flush
2488
2487
Lower Back 5/4 x 5 x 34-1/8”
Crowsnest Top Front 5/4 x 5 x 15-5/8”
Crowsnest Bottom Front 5/4 x 5 x 15-5/8”
2473
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
2x
1x
2487
2481
Flush to Floor
Boards
2481
x3
2x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
16 x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
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Step 15: Crowsnest Assembly
Part 3
J: On the Back of the assembly, 1” down from the top of (2488) Crowsnest Top Front and centred between
(2500) Crowsnest Post and (2473) Post attach 1 (2503) Wall Board to (2488) Crowsnest Top Front and (2481)
Lower Back with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.7 and 15.8)
K: 1” down from the top of (2494) Middle Back and evenly spaced between (2473) Post and (2482) Back Wall
Support attach 2 (8039) Wall Boards to (2494) Middle Back and (2481) Lower Back with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood
Screws per board. (fig. 15.7 and 15.8)
L: On the Front of the assembly, 1” down from the top of (2488) Crowsnest Top Front and centred between
(2500) Crowsnest Post and (2527) Chalkwall Panel attach 1 (2503) Wall Board to (2488) Crowsnest Top Front
and (2487) Crowsnest Bottom Front with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.7)
Fig. 15.8
1”
2473
Fig. 15.7
2494
2488
S1
x 4 per
board
2488
2482
1”
2503
2500
8039
Back
Inside View
Front
2500
S20
x 4 per
board
2527
2487
2503
2481
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
2x
2503
8039
Wall Board 1 x 5 x 32-1/2”
Wall Board 1 x 4 x 26-1/2”
8x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
8x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
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Step 15: Crowsnest Assembly
Part 4
M: From inside the assembly attach 1 (2341) Crowsnest Upright to each end of (2501) Crowsnest Top and
(2489) Crowsnest Floor End with 2 (H3) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per
board. (fig. 15.9, 15.10 and 15.11)
N: From inside the assembly, flush to top of (2501) Crowsnest Top, in between both (2341) Crowsnest Uprights,
attach 1 (2337) Crowsnest Back with 6 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.9 and 15.10)
O: From outside the assembly, flush to the inside of both (2341) Crowsnest Uprights place 1 (2338) Crowsnest
Face on each board and attach from inside the assembly with 3 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per board. (fig.
15.9 and 15.11)
H3
Fig. 15.10
1/4” Lock
Washer
Inside View
1/4” Flat
Washer
Fig. 15.9
1/4”
T-Nut
2341
2501
2338
2501
S15
x6
2337
H3
2341
Fig. 15.11
Outside View
2501
2500
2489
2338
S15
x 3 per
board
2341
Flush
2489
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
1x
2x
2341
2337
2338
Crowsnest Upright 5/4 x 4 x 34-3/8”
Crowsnest Back 5/4 x 4 x 25-1/2”
Crowsnest Face 2 x 4 x 27-1/2”
H3
4x
H3
1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
12 x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 15: Crowsnest Assembly
Part 5
P: Centre 3 (2340) Crowsnest Joists over the pilot holes in (2337) Crowsnest Back so the 2 outside (2340)
Crowsnest Joists are flush to the outside edges of (2337) Crowsnest Back, then attach with 6 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2”
Wood Screws. (fig. 15.12)
Q: Flush to the front and outside edges of (2337) Crowsnest Back attach 1 (2339) Crowsnest Floor with 5 (S20)
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.12)
R: Place the floor assembly just created in between both (2341) Crowsnest Uprights, flush to the top and tight
to (2489) Crowsnest Floor End. (2339) Crowsnest Floor is at the back of the assembly. Attach floor assembly to
(2489) Crowsnest Floor End with 6 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.13 and 15.14)
S: Attach a second (2339) Crowsnest Floor, tight to the first, with 5 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 15.13
and 15.14)
Fig. 15.13
S20
Fig. 15.12
x5
2340
S3
x6
2337
2339
Flush
S20
x5
Fig. 15.14
2341
2341
Centre in
opening
2339
S4
2489
Flush
Wood Parts
3x
1x
2x
2340
2337
2339
Crowsnest Joist 2 x 4 x 8-5/8”
Crowsnest Back 5/4 x 4 x 25-1/2”
Crowsnest Floor 1 x 6 x 25-3/8”
x6
Hardware
10 x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
6x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
6x
S4
#8 x 3” Wood Screw
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Step 16: Roof Support Assembly
Part 1
A: Attach (2518) Roof Support Right to (2499) Roof Support Left at peak using 1 (S4) #8 x 3” Wood Screw. (fig.
16.1)
B: Repeat Step A to create a second Roof Support Assembly. (fig. 16.1)
C: On one of the assemblies attach (8611) Gable Bottom to (2518) Roof Support Right to (2499) Roof Support
Left with 2 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 16.2)
S4
Fig. 16.1
2499
2518
Fig. 16.2
S4
2499
2518
H10
(hidden)
H10
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4”
T-Nut
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
2x
1x
2518
2499
8611
Roof Support Right 5/4 x 4 x 34”
Roof Support Left 5/4 x 4 x 34”
Gable Bottom 2 x 4 x 41”
8611
2x
S4
2x
H10
#8 x 3” Wood Screw
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 16: Roof Support Assembly
Part 2
D: Place Roof Support Assembly with (8611) Gable Bottom on the Slide Side so the (8611) Gable Bottom sits on
top of (2527) Chalkwall Panel and (2473) Post. The supports are flush to the ends of (2527) Chalkwall Panel and
(2473) Post then attach with 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw per side from outside the fort. (fig. 16.3, 16.4 and 16.5)
E: From inside the assembly attach Roof Support Assembly with (8611) Gable Bottom to (2527) Chalkwall Panel
and (2473) Post using 1 Corner Bracket with 3 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws per side. (fig. 16.3, 16.4 and 16.5)
F: Place remaining Roof Support Assembly tight to the tops of (2521) SW Side Posts and attach with 1 (H10) 1/4 x
2-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) and 1 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw per side. (fig. 16.3 and
16.6)
Tight
Fig. 16.5
8611
Fig. 16.4
2499
Corner
Bracket
(1 per side)
2518
S5
Slide Side
8611
2499
x 3 per
bracket
Fig. 16.6
1/4” T-Nut
(hidden)
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
H10
2473
(1 per side)
2518
S3 x 2 per
side
2499
2499
Tight
2527
Fig. 16.3
2521
2518
2527
Swing Side
Hardware
4x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
6x
S5
#8 x 1/2” Pan Screw
2x
H10
Other Parts
2 x Corner Bracket
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 17: Roof Assembly
Part 1
A: Connect 1 (2525) Roof Panel to a second (2525) Roof Panel so the one panel overlaps the other and the
inside angle is square and tight. Attach panels together with 5 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per panel. (fig.
17.1 and 17.2)
S15 x 5 per
side
Fig. 17.1
2525
2525
Fig. 17.2
2525
2525
Notice overlap is flush.
Wood Parts
2x
2525
Roof Panel 1-1/4 x 35-7/16 x 64”
Hardware
10 x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 17: Roof Assembly
Part 2
B: On the inside of the Roof Assembly on 1 (2525) Roof Panel, on the 5th siding down, measure 3/4” in from the
edge of the middle slat and pre-drill 2 holes with a 3/16” drill bit as shown in fig. 17.3 and 17.4. This will now be
referred to as the front of the Roof Assembly.
C: On the outside of the Roof Assembly place (8069) Dormer Cleat over the pre-drilled holes and from inside the
assembly attach with 2 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws (with flat washer). (fig. 17.4 and 17.5)
Fig. 17.3
3/4”
Fig. 17.4
5th
Siding
2525
S7
Inside View
3/16” Flat
Washer
Fig. 17.5
8069
Front
2525
Wood Parts
1x
8069
Dormer Cleat 2 x 4 x 10”
Hardware
2x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
(3/16” flat washer)
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Step 17: Roof Assembly
Part 3
D: Lay 2 (8070) Dormer Sides flat on the ground so the tops are tight together and form a peak. The side facing
up will be the back. (fig. 17.6 and 17.7)
E: Tight to the bottom of both (8070) Dormer Sides place (8073) Dormer Bottom so the outside edges are flush.
(fig. 17.6 and 17.7)
F: On the front of the assembly, centred on top of (8073) Dormer Bottom, place (8074) Dormer Burst. (fig. 17.6
and 17.7)
G: Place (8071) Dormer Centre on the back side, flush to the bottom of (8073) Dormer Bottom so the tip is
centred at the peak of the (8070) Dormer Sides then attach with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 17.7)
H: Place 1 (8072) Dormer Side Burst tight to each side of (8071) Dormer Centre so they are flush to the bottom
of (8073) Dormer Bottom then attach with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 17.7)
Tight
Fig. 17.6
8071
8072
8072
8070
8070
Flush
Flush
Flush
Fig. 17.7
8071
Front View
8073
8070
8074
8074
8072
8070
Flush
Flush
Flush
8072
Flush
Back View
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
8073
8074
8071
8072
Dormer Side 1 x 3 x 13-5/8”
Dormer Bottom 1 x 2 x 22”
Dormer Burst 1 x 4 x 5-1/2”
Dormer Centre 1 x 3 x 10-3/4”
Dormer Side Burst 1 x 3 x 6-3/4”
8073
Hardware
Wood Parts
8070
Flush
S1
8x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
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Step 17: Roof Assembly
Part 4
I: Attach Dormer Roof Right to Dormer Roof Left, from (8068) Dormer Roof Set at the inside peak with 1 Wall
Angle Bracket using 2 (S5) #8 x 1/2” Pan Screws. (fig. 17.8)
J: Place the Dormer Burst Assembly from Step 17, Part 3 on the inside edge of each Dormer Roof and attach
with 6 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 17.8)
K: Place completed Dormer Assembly over (8069) Dormer Cleat and attach with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood
Screws (fig. 17.9)
Wall Angle
Bracket
Fig. 17.8
Dormer
Roof Right
S5
Dormer
Roof Left
S1
S3
Fig. 17.9
8069
(hidden)
S3
Dormer Burst
Assembly
Front
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
8068
Dormer Roof Set
Includes:
1 x Dormer Roof Right
1 x Dormer Roof Left
6x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
2x
S5
#8 x 1/2” Pan Screw
2x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 18: Attach Roof Assembly to Fort
A: With 2 people on the ground and at least 1 person in the fort, lift the Roof Assembly from Step 17, up and
over the the fort. The Dormer Assembly should be on the front of the assembly. Guide the Roof Assembly onto
the fort so it is centred over the Roof Support Assemblies then attach with 4 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws per
(2525) Roof Panel, 1 screw in each corner. (fig. 18.1)
S3
x8
2525
Roof Support
Assembly
(hidden)
Fig. 18.1
2525
Roof
Support
Assembly
Front
Hardware
8x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 19: Attach Gable Boards to Fort
A: Centre (8614) Sunburst lengthway on the outside of (8611) Gable Bottom then measure 1-1/4” up from the
bottom of (8611) Gable Bottom and attach (8614) Sunburst with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 19.1 and
19.2)
B: On the inside of the assembly place (8612) Centre Gable Board tight to the top of (8611) Gable Bottom so the
tip is centred at the peak of the Roof Support Assembly then attach to (2518) Roof Support Right, (2499) Roof
Support Left and (8614) Sunburst with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 19.1 and 19.3)
C: Place 1 (8613) Gable Board A tight to each side of (8612) Centre Gable Board and tight to the top of (8611)
Gable Bottom then attach to (2518) Roof Support Right, (2499) Roof Support Left and (8614) Sunburst with 3
(S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 19.1 and 19.3)
Fig. 19.2
Fig. 19.1
2499
2518
8611
8614
1-1/4”
S15
Front View
8612
Fig. 19.3
2518
2499
8613
8613
Tight
8611
S20
Inside View
8614
8612
8613
Sunburst 5/4 x 6 x 10”
Centre Gable Board 1 x 4 x 16-1/8”
Gable Board A 1 x 4 x 10-15/16”
x 10
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
1x
2x
Slide Side
2x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
10 x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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Step 20: Install Ground Stakes
MOVE FORT TO FINAL LOCATION PRIOR TO STAKING
FINAL LOCATION MUST BE LEVEL GROUND
A: Drive 1 (0318) Ground Stake 10-1/2” into the ground at (2491) Diagonal, at end of (2474) Ground SW at back
of fort, on (8168) SL Support and on (2529) SL Side Panel at front of fort as shown in fig. 20.1. Attach using 2 (S3)
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws per ground stake. (fig. 20.2)
WARNING: To prevent tipping and avoid potential injury, stakes must
be driven 10-1/2” into ground. Digging or driving stakes can be dangerous
if you do not check first for underground wiring, cables or gas lines.
Fig. 20.1
2529
Fig. 20.2
2474
8168
S3
2474
2527
10-1/2” Into Ground
2491
Front
0318
Hardware
Wood Parts
4x
0318
Ground Stake 1-1/4 x 1-1/2 x 14”
8x
S3
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 21: Swing Beam Assembly
WARNING:
Fig. 21.3
For your child’s
safety, orientate the swing hangers
as shown to ensure your swing will
have proper swing motion when
installed. Failure to do so could
result in premature failure of the
swing hanger or swing chain.
Make sure triangle is
tight against beam
A: In the middle holes of (1249)
Back Beam install 2 Bolt-Thru Swing
Hangers (fig. 21.1) making sure
the swing hangers are oriented in
the direction shown in fig. 21.3 to
maintain proper swing motion.
B: In the end holes of (1248) Front Beam install 2
Bolt-Thru Swing Hangers (fig. 21.1) making sure the
swing hangers are oriented in the direction shown in
fig. 21.3 to maintain proper swing motion.
Bolt-Thru Swing Hangers
1249
Bolt-Thru Swing Hangers
Fig. 21.1
Make sure holes are aligned.
1248
C: Attach 1 Triangle Plate to the ends of each (1248) Front Beam and (1249) Back Beam using 1 (G1) 5/16 x
1-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) per triangle plate in the hole indicated in fig. 21.2. Correct
hole usage is very important.
D: Attach 1 (H7) 1/4 x 5-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) to the ends of each (1248) Front
Beam and (1249) Back Beam. The bolts do not attach to anything, but MUST be installed to the beams to prevent
splitting and checking of wood. (fig. 21.2)
Triangle
Plate
1/4” T-Nut
Fig. 21.2
1/4” Flat
Washer
Important!
Swing End
(With Overhang)
1248
1/4” Lock
Washer
G1
H7
G1
5/16” Lock
5/16” Flat Washer
Washer
1249
Important!
Fort End Side
(No Overhang)
1248
Front Beam 2 x 6 x 94”
1x
1249
Back Beam 2 x 6 x 94”
Triangle
Plates
5/16”
T-Nut
H7
Wood Parts
1x
H7
Other Parts
Hardware
4 x H7
1/4 x 5-1/2” Hex Bolt
(1/4” flat washer, 1/4” lock washer, 1/4” t-nut)
4 x G1
5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” flat washer, 5/16” lock washer, 5/16” t-nut)
1 x Bolt-Thru Swing Hangers (pkg of 4)
1 x Triangle Plate (pkg of 4)
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Step 22: Swing End Assembly
A: Attach 2 (2471) Heavy SW Posts to (1856) SW Upright using 2 (G4) 5/16 x 4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat
washer and t-nut). (fig. 22.1)
Fig. 22.1
2471
5/16”
T-Nut
2472
5/16”
T-Nut
1856
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16” Lock
Washer
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16” Lock
Washer
G6
G4
2471
B: Attach (2472) Heavy SW Support to both (2471) Heavy SW Posts and (1856) SW Upright using 3 (G6) 5/16 x
4-3/4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 22.1)
Wood Parts
2x
2471
Heavy SW Post 2 x 3-3/8 x 86-11/16”
1x
2472
Heavy SW Support 2 x 4 x 46-1/2”
1x
1856
SW Upright 2 x 4 x 48-5/16”
Hardware
2 x G4
5/16 x 4” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
3 x G6
5/16 x 4-3/4” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
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Step 23: Attach Swing End to Swing Beam
A: Place (4919) SW Rail Block in the centre between (1248) Front Beam and (1249) Back Beam and attach with
1 (H8) 1/4 x 4-1/4” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 23.1 & 23.2)
Fig. 23.1
H8
Fig. 23.2
Glider
Hangers
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
WARNING:
4919
Glider Hangers must be tight
and secure to Swing Beams.
1248
1/4”
T-Nut
1249
B: Attach Swing End Assembly to the side of the Swing Beam Assembly with the overhang (fig. 23.3 & 23.4) using
1 (G5) 5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut) in the top hole of Triangle Plate and 1 (G8)
5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers and lock nut) in the bottom hole of Triangle Plate. (fig. 23.3) Make sure
Swing End Assembly flares out at an angle. (fig. 23.4)
100°
C: Attach 2 Glider Hangers to the Swing Beam Assembly using 2 (G7) 5/16 x 5-1/2” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers
& lock nut) per Glider Hanger. (fig. 23.1 & 23.3)
G5
Fig. 23.4
5/16” Lock
Washer
Fig. 23.3
Side with
overhang
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16”
Lock Nut
G8
100°
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16” Flat
Washer
100°
5/16”
Lock Nut
Wood Parts
1x
4919
SW Rail Block 2 x 4 x 5-3/8”
5/16”
T-Nut
Hardware
1 x H8
1/4 x 4-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1 x G5
5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt (5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
4 x G7
5/16 x 5-1/2” Hex Bolt (5/16” flat washer x 2, 5/16” lock nut)
1 x G8
5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (5/16” flat washer x 2, 5/16” lock nut)
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Step 24: Attach Swing Assembly to Fort
A: Attach Swing Assembly from Step 23 to (2486) SW Mount with 1 (G5) 5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt (with lock washer,
flat washer and t-nut) and 1 (G8) 5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat washers and 1 lock nut) as shown in fig. 24.1 and
24.2.
B: Drive 1 (0318) Ground Stake 10-1/2” into the ground at each (2471) Heavy SW Post on the inside of the
assembly and attach with 2 (S3) #8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screws per ground stake. (fig. 24.1 and 24.3)
WARNING:
To prevent tipping and avoid potential injury,
stakes must be driven 10-1/2” into ground. Digging or driving
stakes can be dangerous if you do not check first for underground wiring, cables or gas lines.
Fig. 24.2
Fig. 24.1
5/16” Flat
Washer
5/16” Lock
Washer
5/16”
T- Nut
G5
5/16”
Lock nut
2471
5/16”
Flat
Washer
G8
2486
Fig. 24.3
2471
S3
10-1/2” Into Ground
0318
Wood Parts
2x
0318
Ground Stake 1-1/4 x 1-1/2 x 14”
4x
Hardware
#8 x 2-1/2” Wood Screw
S3
1 x G5
5/16 x 4-1/2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
1 x G8
5/16 x 2” Hex Bolt
(5/16” flat washer x 2, 5/16” lock nut)
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Step 25: Side Nest Assembly
Part 1
A: Loosely attach 1 (2507) Side Nest Top to the top of 2 (2511) Nest Posts with 4 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolts
(with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). Notice hole locations at edges of (2511) Nest Posts. (fig. 25.1)
B: On the opposite side of (2511) Nest Posts loosely attach 1 (2510) Floor Support to the bottom of both (2511)
Nest Posts with the extension on the right side, with 4 (H3) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer
and t-nut). (fig. 25.1)
C: Make sure the assembly is square then tighten all bolts. (fig. 25.1)
D: Flush to the top of (2510) Floor Support and outside edge of left (2511) Nest Post attach (2509) Lower Side to
both posts with 4 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 25.1)
E: Flush to the extended end of (2510) Floor Support attach 1 Swing Bracket using 1 (G1) 5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt
(with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). Flat edge faces out. (fig. 25.1)
F: Repeat Steps A-E to create a second Side Nest End Assembly, opposite of the first. (fig. 25.2)
Fig. 25.1
Fig. 25.2
1/4”
T-Nut 1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4” Lock
Washer
2507
2507
Notice hole
location
H10
H10
2511
2511
Flush
Flush
2509
S7
5/16” Lock
Washer
2509
S7
5/16” Flat
Washer
G1
H3
2510
H3
S7
S7
H3
5/16”
T-Nut Flush
Wood Parts
2x
4x
2x
2x
2507
2511
2510
2509
Side Nest Top 5/4 x 4 x 33-7/8”
Nest Post 2 x 3 x 37-5/8”
Floor Support 2 x 4 x 38”
Lower Side 5/4 x 4 x 39-1/4”
Swing
Bracket
Flush
2510
H3
Hardware
8x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
8x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
8 x H3
1/4 x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
2 x G1
5/16 x 1-1/2” Hex Bolt (5/16” lock washer, 5/16” flat washer, 5/16” t-nut)
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Step 25: Side Nest Assembly
Part 2
G: Stand both Side Nest End Assemblies with the extensions facing the same way and the Swing Brackets
facing in. Loosely attach (2505) Top End Nest to the top of both (2511) Nest Posts on the extended side with 2
(H12) 1/4 x 3” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 25.3)
H: Loosely attach (2520) End Nest Top to the top of both (2511) Nest Posts, on the opposite side with 2 (H13)
1/4 x 3-1/2” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat washer and t-nut). (fig. 25.3)
I: Make sure the assembly is square then tighten all bolts. (fig. 25.3)
J: Flush to the top of both (2509) Lower Sides attach (2506) Bottom Nest End to both (2511) Nest Posts with 4
(S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 25.3)
H12
1/4”
T-Nut
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4” Lock
Washer
Fig. 25.3
2505
2520
2511
H13
H13
2511
2509
2509
2506
S7
Flush
Wood Parts
1x
1x
1x
2505
2520
2506
Top End Nest 1 x 4 x 29-3/4”
End Nest Top 5/4 x 4 x 29-3/4”
Bottom Nest End 5/4 x 4 x 29-3/4”
Hardware
4x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
2x
H12
1/4 x 3” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
2x
H13
1/4 x 3-1/2” Hex Bolt (1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 26: Attach Side Nest to Fort
A: Make sure the Swing Assembly is perpendicular to the fort and level . (fig. 26.1)
B: With at least 1 helper lift Side Nest Assembly onto Swing Assembly with the extended end towards the fort.
(fig. 26.1 and 26.2)
C: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit in (2505) Top End Nest and into edge of the (2525) Roof Panels as shown in fig.
26.2 and 26.3. Attach with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws.
D: Make sure both (2509) Lower Sides are flush to the inside edge of (2521) SW Side Post and tight to top of
(2528) SW Wall Panel then attach each (2509) Lower Side to the (2521) SW Side Posts with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4”
Wood Screws per board. (fig. 26.2 and 26.4)
E: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach Swing Brackets to (2528) SW Wall Panel with 1 (WL3) 1/4 x 1-3/8”
Wafer Lag (with 1/4” flat washer). (fig. 26.2 and 26.4)
2525
2525
Fig. 26.3
2505
Fig. 26.2
Fig. 26.1
2525
2505
2521
2521
S15
2509
Fig. 26.4
2510
2521
2509
2528
2510
2528
2509
S15
Swing
Bracket
1/4” Flat
Washer
WL3
2510
Hardware
6x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
2x
WL3
1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag (1/4” flat washer)
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Step 27: Attach Side Nest Gussets
Part 1
A: Attach 1 (2512) End Nest Board to 1 (2513) Gusset with 2 (H10) 1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat
washer and t-nut) as shown in fig. 27.1. The edge of (2512) End Nest Board without the pilot holes to be flush to
the bottom edge of (2513) Gusset. (fig. 27.1)
B: Repeat Step A to create a second Gusset Assembly, opposite to the first. (fig. 27.2)
Fig. 27.2
1/4”
T-Nut
2513
Fig. 27.1
Notice hole
location
1/4” Flat
Washer
2513
1/4” Lock
Washer
2512
Flush
H10
Notice hole
location
H10
2512
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
2512
End Nest Board 5/4 x 4 x 11-1/4”
2x
2513
Gusset 2 x 4 x 9”
4x
H10
1/4 x 2-1/4” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 27: Attach Side Nest Gussets
Part 2
C: Place 1 Gusset Assembly tight to (1248) Front Beam and bottom of (2506) Bottom Nest End and attach
(2512) End Nest Board to (2510) Floor Support with 2 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 27.3 and 27.4)
D: Pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach (2513) Gusset to (1248) Front Beam with 1 (LS2) 1/4 x 2-1/2” Lag
Screw (with 1/4” flat washer) (fig. 27.4)
E: Repeat Steps C and D on (1249) Back Beam. (fig. 27.3 and 27.4)
S7
Fig. 27.4
2506
1248
2510
2512
Fig. 27.3
2513
1249
1248
LS2
Tight
1/4” Flat
Washer
Hardware
4x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
2x
LS2
1/4 x 2-1/2” Lag Screw (1/4” flat washer)
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Step 28: Attach Short Rails
A: Place 1 (2508) Short Rail flush to the inside ends of each (2511) Nest Post closest to the fort. The top of the
(2508) Short Rails must be tight to the (2499) and (2518) Roof Supports. Attach each (2508) Short Rail to each
(2511) Nest Post with 2 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws per board. (fig. 28.1 and 28.2)
B: Attach the (2508) Short Rails to each (2521) SW Side Post with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per board.
(fig. 28.1 and 28.2)
Tight
2511
S15
Tight
Fig. 28.2
2518
S7
2499
2508
S7
2511
2521
S15
Flush
2521
Flush
2518
2508
Fig. 28.1
2499
Wood Parts
2x
2508
Short Rail 5/4 x 4 x 7-3/4”
Hardware
4x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
4x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
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Step 29: Attach Side Nest Floor Boards
A: Place 1 (2514) Floor Board on both (2510) Floor Supports tight to (2506) Bottom Nest End then follow with
8 more (2514) Floor Boards. The last board should sit flush to the inside edge of (2528) SW Wall Panel. Make
sure boards are evenly spaced then attach with 6 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 29.1 and 29.2)
2506
2509
Tight
S20
x 6 per board
Fig. 29.2
2510
(hidden)
2509
2528
2510
Flush
2514 x 9, evenly
spaced
Fig. 29.1
Wood Parts
9x
2514
Floor Board 1 x 5 x 27”
Hardware
54 x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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Step 30: Attach Spindles to Fort
Part 1
A: Centre 1 (2517) Spindle between edge of (2509) Lower Side and inside edge of (2511) Nest Post then attach
to (2508) Short Rail and (2509) Lower Side with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 30.1 and 30.2)
B: Repeat Step A for other side of Side Nest. (fig. 30.1 and 30.2)
2508
Fig. 30.2
Fig. 30.1
S15
2511
2517
2509
2528
Wood Parts
2x
2517
Spindle 5/4 x 2 x 17”
Hardware
4x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 30: Attach Spindles to Fort
Part 2
C: Between (2511) Nest Posts on the front of the assembly evenly space and attach 7 (2515) Long Spindles
to (2509) Lower Side and flush to top of (2507) Side Nest Top with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per board.
Repeat for back of the assembly. (fig. 30.3 and 30.4)
D: Evenly space and attach 6 (2515) Long Spindles to (2506) Bottom Nest End and flush to top of (2520) End
Nest Top with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws per board. (fig. 30.3 and 30.4)
2507
Fig. 30.4
S15 x 2 per
2511
spindle
2515 x 7, evenly
spaced
Flush
2507
2520
2511
2509
Fig. 30.3
Back
2509
2511
2515
x 7, evenly
spaced
2511
2506
2515
x 6, evenly
spaced
Front
Wood Parts
20 x
2515
Long Spindle 5/4 x 2 x 33”
Hardware
40 x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 31: Access Ladder Assembly
Part 1
A: Place 2 (2504) SW Ladder Steps on 2 (2516) SW Nest Access Post. Notice the orientation of the angles
on the (2516) SW Nest Access Posts. Loosely attach with 2 (H11) 1/4 x 2-3/4” Hex Bolts (with lock washer, flat
washer and t-nut) per post. (fig. 31.1)
B: Make sure assembly is square then tighten the bolts. (fig. 31.1)
H11
Fig. 31.1
Notice
orientation of
angles
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
2504
2516
1/4”
T-Nut
Wood Parts
2x
2x
2504
2516
SW Ladder Step 2 x 2 x 13-3/8”
SW Nest Access Post 2 x 3 x 25”
Hardware
4x
H11
1/4 x 2-3/4” Hex Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
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Step 31: Access Ladder Assembly
Part 2
C: On the outside of the assembly on (2528) SW Wall Panel remove the 6 screws shown in fig. 31.3.
D: On the inside of the assembly place the Access Ladder Assembly tight against the slats on (2528) SW Wall
Panel and tight to (2478) Floor. The angled edges of the (2516) SW Nest Access Post face up and out. Attach
from outside of the assembly in the same holes the screws were removed from with 6 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws
(with 3/16” flat washer). (fig. 31.2, 31.3 and 31.4)
Notice
orientation of
angles
Fig. 31.3
Fig. 31.4
2528
2528
Flush
2478
Inside View
Tight
S7 x 6
Outside View
2516
with
3/16” Flat
Washer
Fig. 31.2
Hardware
6x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw (3/16” flat washer)
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Step 32: Attach Gable Boards
A: From the inside of the Roof Assembly on the Swing Side, tight to the (2525) Roof Panels, attach (2522) Gable
A to (2518) Roof Support Right and (2499) Roof Support Left with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 32.1
and 32.2)
B: Tight to the bottom of (2522) Gable A place (2523) Lower Gable and pre-drill 2 holes from outside the
assembly, 1-1/2” from the top of (2523) Lower Gable, and 2 holes 2” down from the first pilot holes, centred on
(2499) and (2518) Roof Supports, with a 3/16” drill bit then attach to roof supports from outside the assembly with
4 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 32.2 and 32.3)
2522
S20
Fig. 32.2
x4
Tight
Parts removed for clarity
Tight
2525
2525
Fig. 32.1
2523
2518
2499
Inside View
2522
2499
2518
Fig. 32.3
1-1/2”
Swing Side
2523
S7
2”
S7
Outside View
Wood Parts
1x
1x
2522
2523
Gable A 1 x 6 x 21”
Lower Gable 2 x 6 x 31-3/4”
Hardware
4x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
4x
S20
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screw
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Step 33: Attach Hand Grips
A: Attach 1 Hand Grip to each (2519) SW Nest Wall with 2 (PB6) 1/4 x 1” Pan Bolt (with lock washer, flat washer
and t-nut) as shown in fig. 33.1.
B: Tight to the (2525) Roof Boards and tight to each side of (2523) Lower Gable attach both (2519) SW Nest
Walls with 4 (S20) #8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws per board as shown in fig. 33.2 and 33.3.
C: Measure 6” up from the floor boards on both (2473) Post and (2482) Back Wall Support, pre-drill with a 3/16”
drill bit then attach 1 Hand Grip per board with 2 (WL3) 1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lags (with flat washer) per Hand Grip.
(fig. 33.2 and 33.3)
Fig. 33.3
2519
Fig. 33.1
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4”
T-Nut
PB6
Tight
2525
2525
S20
x 4 per
board
1/4” Lock
Washer
Tight
Tight
2523
PB6
2519
2473
Hand Grip
WL3
2519
Hand
Grip
Fig. 33.2
2482
6”
Hand Grip
Floor
Boards
1/4” Flat
Washer
WL3
Inside View
Wood Parts
2x
2519
SW Nest Wall 1 x 6 x 31”
Hardware
8x
S20
4x
PB6
4x
WL3
#8 x 1-3/8” Wood Screws
Other Parts
4 x Hand Grip
1/4 x 1” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock washer, 1/4” flat washer, 1/4” t-nut)
1/4 x 1-3/8” Wafer Lag (1/4” flat washer)
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Step 34: Attach Telescope
A: On the front outer corner of the Side Nest Assembly pre-drill with a 1/8” drill bit then attach Telescope to
(2507) Side Nest Top and (2520) End Nest Top with 2 (S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws. (fig. 34.1 and 34.2)
S15
Fig. 34.2
2520
Telescope
Fig. 34.1
2507
Front
Hardware
2x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 35: Slide Section Assemblies
Part 1
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go through the side with the
round recess and the lock nuts go through the side with the hexagonal recess. (fig. 35.3)
A: Fit 2 TNR2 Slide Elbows together and attach with 8 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts (with lock nut) as shown in
fig. 35.1. It is very important to attach bolts as indicated.
B: Repeat Step A 3 more times to create 4 Elbow Sections in total.
C: Attach TNR2 Slide RT Flange and TNR2 Slide LT Flange together using 4 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts (with
lock nut) as shown in fig. 35.2. This creates the Flange Assembly.
Fig. 35.1
TNR2
Slide
Elbow
Lock
Nut
Lock
Nut
Fig. 35.2 Flange
Assembly
TNR2
Slide LT
Flange
PB1
TNR2
Slide RT
Flange
TNR2
Slide
Elbow
PB1
Lock
Nut
PB1
Fig. 35.3
Lock
Nut
PB1
Use a 7/16” open end
wrench for nuts
Hardware
36 x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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1 x TNR2 Slide LT Flange
1 x TNR2 Slide RT Flange
8 x TNR2 Slide Elbow
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Step 35: Slide Section Assemblies
Part 2
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go through the side with the
round recess and the lock nuts go through the side with the hexagonal recess. (fig. 35.3)
D: Attach TNR2 Slide Exit Top and the remaining TNR2 Slide Elbow together using 8 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan
Bolts (with lock nut) as shown in fig. 35.4. It is very important to attach bolts as indicated. This creates the
Exit Elbow Assembly.
TNR2
Slide Exit
Top
Fig. 35.4
PB1
Lock
Nut
PB1
Lock
Nut
TNR2
Slide
Elbow
PB1
Fig. 35.3
Lock
Nut
PB1
Hardware
8x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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1 x TNR2 Slide Elbow
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Step 36: Attach Flange Assembly to Fort
A: With a helper place the Flange Assembly flush to the Crowsnest on the fort as shown in fig. 36.1, then
pre-drill 1/8” pilot holes in the bottom 4 mounting locations on (2502) Crowsnest Floor End (approximate
spots where circles are on figure), making sure the pre-drilled holes are a minimum of 1” deep.
B: Attach Flange Assembly to the Crowsnest into (2502) Crowsnest Floor End using 4 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan
Screws (with #12 Screw Bezel) in the pre-drilled holes. (fig. 36.1 and 36.2) Make sure the flat surfaces of
the Flange Assembly are flush to the Crowsnest.
C: Attach the Flange Assembly flush to (2501) Crowsnest Top using 4 (S6) #12 x 1” Pan Screws (with #12
Screw Bezel) as shown in fig. 36.1 and 36.3 and to both (2338) Crowsnest Faces using 5 (S6) #12 x 1” Pan
Screws per board. (fig. 36.1, 36.4 and 36.5)
Top
Fig. 36.3
Fig.36.1
Flange
Assembly
Top of slide
flush to (2501)
Crowsnest Top
#12 Screw
Bezel
2501
Fig. 36.5
2501
S6
2338
2338
(hidden)
S6
2338
Sides
Outside View
Fig. 36.4
Bottom of slide flush
with (2502) Crowsnest
Floor End
2502
2338
(hidden)
Inside View
S7
#12 Screw
Bezel
Fig. 36.2
Bottom
Hardware
14 x
S6
#12 x 1” Pan Screw
4x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
8x
#12 Screw Bezel
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Step 37: Attach Elbow Assembly to Flange Assembly
Part 1
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go through the side with the
round recess and the lock nuts go through the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts loose
until further step.
A: Fit one of the Elbow Assemblies to the Flange Assembly by lining up the arrows on each assembly. (fig.
37.2 and 37.3)
B: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the top of the joined Assemblies using 3 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts
(with lock nut), making sure to match the arrows up with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will be) as
shown in fig. 37.2 and 37.3.
Quadrex Driver
Use Quadrex Driver as a guide pin for each hole before inserting bolt. (fig. 37.3)
Use special driver provided
in locations where the curve
of the elbow are difficult to
reach with a standard driver.
Fig. 37.1
Fig. 37.4
DO NOT USE
USE IMAGE
Fig. 37.3
Do not install bolt
in Clamp Ring ends
until Step 37D
Flange
Assembly
Lock
Nut
Fig. 37.2
Top Slide Bolt Holes
Align each elbow using the
molded arrows with the seam
of the clamp ring.
Lock
Nut
PB1
Elbow
Assembly
Hardware
3x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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Step 37: Attach Elbow Assembly to Flange Assembly
Part 2
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts
go through the side with the round recess and the lock nuts go
through the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts loose until
further step.
Fig. 37.5
C: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the bottom of the joined Assemblies
using 2 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts (with lock nut) on one side and 1 (PB1)
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt (with lock nut) in the other side, making sure to match
the arrows up with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will be) as
shown in fig. 37.5, 37.6 and 37.7.
D: Connect the 2 TNR2 Slide Clamp Rings together in 2 spots using 1
(PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt (with lock nut) per hole. Make sure seams and
arrows line up and then tighten all bolts. (fig. 37.8 and 37.9).
Fig. 37.6
Fig. 37.7 (Side not shown)
Lock
Nut
PB1
Bottom Slide Bolt Holes
DO NOT USE
USE IMAGE
PB1
Fig. 37.8
Make sure
arrows are
aligned
PB1
Fig. 37.9
Lock
Nut
After the clamp rings
are attached to the
elbows, fasten them
end to end with two
pan bolts and lock nuts
Lock
Nut
DO NOT USE
USE IMAGE
Hardware
5x
PB1
DO NOT USE
USE IMAGE
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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Step 38: Attach Elbow Assembly to Elbow Assembly
Part 1
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go
through the side with the round recess and the lock nuts go through
the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts loose until further
step.
Fig. 38.1
A: Fit a second Elbow Assembly to the first Elbow Assembly by lining up the
arrows on each assembly. Notice the elbow orientation. (fig. 38.1)
B: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the top of the joined Assemblies
using 3 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts (with lock nut), making sure to match the
arrows up with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will be) as shown in
fig. 38.2 and 38.3.
Use Quadrex Driver as a guide pin for each hole before inserting bolt.
Fig. 38.2
Do not install bolt
in Clamp Ring ends
until Step 38D
DO NOT USE
Fig. 38.3
USE IMAGE
Notice elbow
orientation
Top Slide Bolt Holes
Elbow
Assembly
Lock
Nut
Make sure
arrows are
aligned
PB1
Elbow
Assembly
Hardware
3x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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1 x TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring
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DOUSE
NOT USE
USE
StepIMAGE
38: Attach
USE
IMAGEElbow Assembly to Elbow Assembly
Part 2
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go through the side with the
round recess and the lock nuts go through the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts loose
until further step.
C: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the bottom of the joined Assemblies using 3 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts
(with lock nut), making sure to match the arrows up with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will be) as
shown in fig. 38.3 and 38.4.
D: Connect the 2 TNR2 Slide Clamp Rings together in 2 spots using 1 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt (with lock
nut) per hole. Make sure seams and arrows line up and then tighten all bolts. (fig. 38.3 and 38.5).
Fig. 38.3
Elbow
Assembly
Fig. 38.4
Bottom Slide Bolt Holes
Make sure arrows
are aligned
Lock
Nut
PB1
Fig. 38.5
Elbow
Assembly
PB1
Lock
Nut
After the clamp rings
are attached to the
elbows, fasten them
end to end with two
pan bolts and lock nuts
Hardware
5x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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Other Parts
1 x TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring
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Step 39: Attach Elbow Assemblies and TNR2 Slide
Support
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to look at holes so bolts go through the side with the round
recess and the lock nuts go through the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts loose until
further step.
A: Attach the two remaining Elbow Assemblies as instructed in Steps 37 and 38.
B: On the fourth Elbow Assembly attached remove the pan bolt and nut which is facing the fort (installed in Step
35). (fig. 39.1) The bolt will no longer be needed, but keep the lock nut.
C: Loosely attach TNR2 Slide Support (at the slightly bent end) to the Clamp Ring using 1 (PB6) 1/4 x 1” Pan
Bolt (with flat washer and the previously removed lock nut). (fig. 39.2)
D: Rotate TNR2 Slide Support and attach to (2529) SL Side Panel using 1 (S6) #12 x 1” Pan Screw as shown in
fig. 39.2.
Fig. 39.1
E: Fully tighten screw and bolt.
Fig. 39.2
2529
TNR2 Slide
Support
Lock
Nut
Flat
Washer
Remove PB1 (1/4 x 3/4”
Pan Bolt) first then install
PB6 (1/4 x 1” Pan Bolt
with flat washer)
Note: Flat
end down
S6
Attach 2
remaining
Elbow
Assemblies
PB6
Hardware
1x
S6
#12 x 1” Pan Screw
1x
PB6
1/4 x 1” Pan Bolt
(1/4” flat washer & 1/4” lock nut - previously removed)
16 x
PB1
Other Parts
1 x TNR2 Slide Support
4 x TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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Step 40: Attach SL Support to Ground Back
A: Insert TNR2 Post Mount on (8168) SL Support and attach with 2 (PB2) 1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolts (with lock
washer and t-nut). Keep these bolts loose. (fig. 40.1 and 40.2)
B: Use (8168) SL Support as a guide to judge the proper bolt location, remove the bottom pan bolt and nut.
The bolt will no longer be needed, but keep the lock nut. (fig. 40.2)
C: Attach the top of the TNR2 Post Mount to TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring using 1 (PB2) 1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt
(with the previously removed lock nut). (fig. 40.2)
Fig. 40.2
TNR2 Post
Mount
Fig. 40.1
PB2
PB2
1/4” Lock
Washer
1/4” Flat
Washer
1/4” T-Nut
8168
Remove PB1 (1/4 x 3/4”
Pan Bolt) first then install
PB2 (1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt
with previously removed
lock nut)
8168
Hardware
3x
PB2
1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt
2 - (1/4” lock washer & 1/4” t-nut)
1 - (1/4” lock nut - previously removed)
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Step 41: Attach TNR2 Slide Exit to Exit Elbow Assembly
A: Insert flange of Exit Elbow Assembly (slide elbow) into the slots on TNR2 Slide Exit. (fig. 41.1)
B: Rotate Slide Exit and use Quadrex Driver as a guide pin so the holes are aligned and attach with 5 (PB1) 1/4
x 3/4” Pan Bolts (with lock nuts) starting with the bottom middle hole and working up each side. (fig. 41.2 and
41.3)
C: At this point make sure all the slide bolts are tight. Use a 7/16” open end wrench to hold nut and then
tighten bolt with Quadrex Driver on Clamp Rings.
Fig. 41.3
Fig. 41.1
Exit Elbow
Assembly
Lock
Nut
Slot of TNR2
Slide Exit
PB1
Lock
Nut
TNR2
Slide Exit
PB1
Bottom of Slide Views
Fig. 41.2
Start with
this bolt
PB1
Hardware
5x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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1 x TNR2 Slide Exit
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Step 42: Attach Exit End Assembly to Fort
Note: When installing Pan Bolts make sure to
look at holes so bolts go through the side with
the round recess and the lock nuts go through
the side with the hexagonal recess. Keep all bolts
loose until further step.
Fig. 42.1 Top Slide Bolt Holes
Elbow
Assembly
PB1
A: Fit the Exit End Assembly to the last Elbow
Assembly by lining up the arrows on each assembly.
Notice the elbow orientation. (fig. 42.1)
Exit Elbow
Assembly
Lock
Nut
B: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the top of the
joined Assemblies using 3 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolts
(with lock nut), making sure to match the arrows up
with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will be)
as shown in fig. 42.1.
Use Quadrex Driver as a guide pin for each hole
before inserting bolt.
C: Attach 1 TNR2 Slide Clamp Ring to the bottom of
the joined Assemblies using 3 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan
Bolts (with lock nut), making sure to match the arrows
up with the end of the clamp ring (where a seam will
be) as shown in fig. 42.2.
D: Connect the 2 TNR2 Slide Clamp Rings together
in 2 spots using 1 (PB1) 1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt (with lock
nut) per hole. Make sure seams and arrows line up
and then tighten all bolts. (fig. 42.3).
Make sure arrows
are aligned
Fig. 42.2 Bottom Slide Bolt Holes
PB1
Fig. 42.3
Lock
Nut
After the clamp rings
are attached to the
elbows, fasten them
end to end with two
pan bolts and lock nuts
PB1
Lock
Nut
Hardware
8x
PB1
1/4 x 3/4” Pan Bolt
(1/4” lock nut)
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Step 43: Glider Assembly
A: Attach 1 Space Glider Handle to the Space Glider Body using 1 (G25) 5/16 x 7-1/4” Hex Bolt (with 2 flat
washers and 1 lock nut). Repeat for the second Space Glider Handle. (fig. 43.1)
B: Install 2 Glider Rope with Chains into each Space Glider Handle using 2 - 5/16” Flat Washers and 1 Lock
Nut per rope. (fig. 43.1)
Fig. 43.1
Glider Rope
and Chain
5/16 Flat
Washer-Zinc
5/16 Flat
Washer-Zinc
5/16 Lock
Nut
5/16 Lock Nut
5/16 Flat
Washers
5/16 x 7-1/4
Hex Bolt
5/16 Lock
Nuts
Space Glider
Body
Space Glider Handle
WARNING:Bolt must not
exceed 1/2 thread past the nut
Hardware
2x
G25
Other Parts
5/16 x 7-1/4” Hex Bolt
(5/16” flat washer x 2, 5/16” lock nut)
8 x 5/16” Flat Washer
2 x Space Glider Handle
1 x Space Glider Body
1 x Glider Rope and Chain (pkg of 4)
4 x 5/16” Lock Nut
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Step 44: Attach Glider and Swings
WARNING: Check entire play centre
for bolts protruding beyond T-Nuts. Use
extra washers to eliminate this condition.
If Bolt protrudes
beyond T-Nut
Use an extra
Flat W asher
A: Connect the assembled Glider to the Glider Hangers previously installed. (fig. 44.1)
B: Attach 2 Belt Swings to the Bolt-Thru Swing Hangers. (fig. 44.1)
C: Attach Cedar Summit Plaque over 1/4” t-nut on (1248) Front Beam with 4 (S18) #6 x 1” Wood
Screws. (fig. 44.1 & 44.2)
Cedar Summit
Plaque
Fig. 44.2
Fig. 44.1
S18
x4
1248
Belt Swings
Glider
Hardware
4x
S18
#6 x 1” Wood Screw
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2 x Belt Swings
1 x Cedar Summit Plaque
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Final
Step:NAME
Attach I.D. Plaque
STEP
# STEP
ATTACH THIS WARNING & I.D.
PLAQUE TO A PROMINENT
LOCATION ON YOUR PLAY
EQUIPMENT! (Fort or Swing Post)
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.
ATT
TO
EQU
FORT OR
SWING POST
This
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is pr
or or
WARNING
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Attach with screws provided to a location
on your set that is easily seen and
read by a supervising adult.
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