Shelti Bayside Assembly
Assembly Instructions
Thank you for purchasing a Shelti product. All of us at Shelti want you to be completely
satisfied with your Home Pool Table, so feel free to contact us for help with the assembly of
your product, Shelti parts, or other information you may require.
Tools Required:
1/2" Wrench
Shelti Pool Table Leg Box
Pool Table Leg Assembly
Leg Bolts - 5/16-18x1 1/2"
Pool Table Warranty Card
8° Home Pool Table Assy. Instructions
Part Number
Step #1 - Remove The Top Of The Box.
Step #2 – Remove The Pool Table From The Box.
1.) Slide the table partially out of the box, slightly tip the
table and remove the bottom of the box and the fillers.
Step #3 – Attach Legs
1.) Slide the box filler under the side
of the pool table.
2.) Attach the legs to the bottom of
the pool table using three leg
bolts (1/2” wrench) per leg.
3.) Make sure that the leg levelers
are screwed all of the way into
the leg and slowly rotate the
table over onto its four legs.
Step #4 –Level The Pool Table
1.) Rough level the pool table by
placing a level across,
lengthwise, and diagonally into
the four corners and raise or
lower the appropriate leg leveler.
2.) Final level the pool table by
dropping a ball onto the nose of
the cushion rail and watch the
drift of the ball as it comes to a
stop. Raise or lower the
appropriate leg leveler until the
ball rolls true.
Step #5 - Complete the warranty card and return the
self-mailing Registration Form to Shelti in the event
of upgrades and/or product recalls.
© Copyright 2006, Shelti Inc., Bay City • Michigan
Disassembly Instructions
The Shelti home pool table is designed for disassembly in the event that it is not
possible to move the assembled pool table into its final location. To disassemble follow
the below instructions:
Tools Required:
Sockets - 1/4”, 3/8”, 7/16”, and 9/16”
Phillips Screwdriver
Regular Screwdriver
Step #1 - Remove The Top Rail Molding
1.) Remove the Phillips head screws.
2.) Slide the molding all of the way in one
3.) Lift the molding on one end and slide
it in the opposite direction to remove
the molding.
Step #2 – Remove The Cushion Rails
1.) Remove the eighteen cushion rail
bolts (3/8” socket) and cushion rails.
Step #3 - Remove The Slate.
Step #4 – Remove The Slate Supports
1.) Remove the four lag bolts (9/16”
socket) and 2 - steel slate
Step #5 - Remove The Four Die Cast Corners.
1.) Remove the four screws that hold the
bottom of the corner to the top.
2.) Remove the two 3/8” - 16 x 2-1/2” hex head
bolts (9/16” socket) and washers to remove
the die cast corner from the top frame
Step #6 – Remove Gulley Boots & Center Chute
1.) Remove the gulley boot screws and 6 - gulley boots.
2.) Remove The Screws Holding The Center Chute. Do
Not Remove The Center Chute At This Time.
Ball Box & Ball
Rack Assy. Remains
Attached To The
End Apron.
Collector Assy.
Remains Attached
ToThe Bottom
Cue Ball Return
Assy. Remains
Attached To
The End Apron
Ball Return Assembly Remains Attached To The Bottom.
Step # 7 – Remove The Bottom
1.) Carefully flip the pool table cabinet upside down.
2.) Remove the 13 – Bolts (7/16” socket) and washers from the bottom.
3.) Lift the bottom out of the pool table. (Note: The End Collector / Cue
Ball Separator Assembly And The Long Ball Return Assembly
Should Remain Attached To The Bottom
Step #8 – Final Disassembly Of The Pool Table Cabinet.
1.) Carefully flip the table right side up.
2.) Remove the 2 bolts in two of the corner hanger blocks.
3.) Remove the 3 bolts in two of the aluminum down corners.
4.) The cabinet will now come apart in two “L” sections. Each apron with its components still attached can be
moved individually. Reassemble the pool table in reverse
Do Not
Do Not
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