TSB

Technical Service Bulletins


TSB 10207 - Fork Clamp Bolts are Snapping

Hi Folks,

When installing the Front Wheel, the Assembly Manual tells you that 1-2 bolt threads should be showing from the end of the nut when tight.

DUE TO MANUFACTURING CHANGES, THIS IS NOT CORRECT!  Bolts may snap if over torqued.

ONLY TIGHTEN UNTIL THE THREADS ARE FLUSH WITH THE END OF THE NUT.

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Problem:  The bolts for the fork clamp may snap during installation.

Cause:  After the assembly manual was printed, there were changes in the manufacturing process including much thicker powder coat paint, and the addition of a washer.

Remedy: Only tighten until the threads are flush with the end of the nut.

Affected:  High Roller Mark 2.0

 

 

TSB 10048 - Rear Wheel Bearings

It has come to our attention that sometimes during rough handling in shipping, it is possible for the Rear Wheel bearings to get knocked out.  It is simple to fix, but important to get the parts in correctly.

MAKE SURE the Spacer Tube gets put into the wheel before the bearing is pressed in.

If it’s too hard to press in by hand, it will all fit together once you tighten the Bolt up.

As always, let us know if you have any questions at all.