Horizon Fitness 200 User Manual

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NEW Express 200 assembly guidev1.0.qxd 3/12/2003 4:12 PM Page 1

U N P A C K I N G

Unpack your Exercise Bike where you will be using it. Place your bike on a level flat surface. It is recommended that you place a protective covering on your floor. You will only need to attach the following items. Verify that the following parts and tools are included:

Parts

Tools (included)

1

Rear Foot Tube

5mm Allen Wrench/

2

Handlebar Set

Phillips Screw Driver

1

Seat Post

Flat Wrench

1 Seat

1 Console Mast

1 Console Mast Boot

2 Mobile Wheels

1 Console

2 AA Batteries

2 Pedals

2 Wheel Sleeves

1 Tension Knob

2 Handlebar Links

1 Hardware Pack (contents listed below)

H a r d w a r e (Actual

A) 20mm Bolt

Quantity: 2

B) 35mm Washer

Quantity: 2

C)Teflon Washer

Quantity: 2

D) 15mm Bolt

Quantity: 4

E) 13mm Nut

Quantity: 2

L) 90mm Bolt

Quantity: 2

K) 20mm Bolt

Quantity: 2

F) 45mm Bolt

Quantity: 2

H) Linkarm Spacer (Outer)

Quantity:2

G) Linkarm Spacer (Inner)

Quantity:2

STEP 1

Attach the Front Foot Wheels

a.Insert the wheel sleeves on each side of the front wheel tube.

b.Align the holes in the wheel sleeves with the holes in the wheel tube. Insert two 12mm screws (I) and secure with the screwdriver.

c.Attach the mobile wheels to the wheel sleeves. Insert two 14mm washers (T) and two 20mm bolts

(K) and secure with a screwdriver.

STEP 2

Attach the Rear Foot Tube and

Pads

a.Align the holes of the rear foot tube with the holes in the base frame.

b.Insert two 90mm bolts (L), two 20mm arc washers (N) and acorn nut (M) secure with a 5mm allen wrench.

c.Slide the rear foot pads to each end of the rear foot tube.

J) 14mm Washer

Quantity: 2

I) 12mm Screw

Quantity: 2

 

M) Acorn Nut

P) Pedal Spacer (Inner)

Quantity: 2

Quantity: 2

 

O) Pedal Spacer (Outer)

N) 20mm Arc Washer

Quantity: 2

Quantity: 4

NOTE: It is recommended that you apply to the threads of each bolt as you assemble

Exercise Bike, to prevent loosening and

Also, during each assembly step, ensure nuts and bolts are in place and partially in before completely tightening any ONE

Express

200

CONSOLE

GRIP PULSE

SEAT

CONSOLE DATA CABLE

1

2

Figure A

4

3

Figure B

5

Figure C

6

Figure D

STEP 5

Attaching the Dual-Action

Handlebars

a.Attach console mast spacer (C) onto the console mast.

b.Align the holes of the handlebar and slide it onto the console mast. Attach a 35mm washer (B) and 20mm bolt (A) and secure with a 5mm Allen wrench. Repeat for other side.

c.Insert two link arm spacers (H,G) into the lower handlebar bracket.

d.Align the holes for the handlebar

-link and the lower handlebar. Insert a 45mm bolt (F) and secure with a 13mm nut (E) using a flat wrench. Repeat for other side.

STEP 6

Attaching the Console

a. Open the battery cover on the back of the console, insert two AA batteries into the console and replace the battery cover.

b.Connect the cables from the con sole to the console cables running

through the console mast, making sure that both ends snap together tight.

c.Attach the console to the console mast plate with the 15mm screws

(R). Secure using a screwdriver. Note: Screws (R) are located on the back side of the console.

STEP 7

Attach the Seat

a.Remove the three nuts (S) and washers (T) from the bottom of the

seat.

b.Attach the seat to the seat post with the three nuts (S) and washers (T), securing with the flat wrench.

c.Loosen the pop pin by turning it one or two revolutions, then pull the pop pin mechanism to the outward position.

d.With the pop pin in the outward position, slide the seat post into

the base.

e.Release the pop pin and tighten to the proper position.

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