(a) Cap A should require no cleaning and should not be tampered
(b) Clean the basin G with an air blast and wipe out with a rag
dampened in kerosene.
(c) Wipe the tube B clean with kerosine rag. Clean the cone C
thoroughly by air blast and wipe clean with rag dampened with kerosene .
(d) CAUTION -- DO NOT USE ABRASIVES TO CLEAN THE TUBE AND CONE OR
YOU WILL DESTROY THE CLOSE TOLERANCES AND MAY CAUSE THE BALANCER TO WORK IM-
(e) Clean the spring D with a rag or air blast.
(f) Lubricate the outside of tube B with light oil or Lubriplate.
(a) Insert the spring D over flange on underside of cone C placing
end of spring D into hole E on cone C.
CONE AND TUBE ARE CLOSE FIT.
TAKE IT EASY -- DO NOT JAM.
(b) Slide spring down onto tube B fitting end of spring DB into
slot F in bottom of basin.
CLOSE TOLERANCE -- START THREADS CAREFULLY -- DO NOT CROSS THREAD.
Screw cap A into tube until snug. Use hand, only, no wrenches.
(c) Press cone down onto tube and hold while replacing cap A.
(1) Level the balancer (para 1b).
In the following procedure, it is not necessary to attach the weights
to the rim. Just let them lie on wheel in balanced position.
(2) Balance a wheel (para 3c). Center bubble exactlY.
(3) Move pedal to "OFF" position.
(4) With weights still in place, lift wheel off balancer without ro-
tating head; turn wheel half way around (180) and replace on balancer.