Analog Motion Rear Fender Assembly Instruction

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The remaining fender is for the rear of your AM1. To begin, move the release lever on the rim brake to the unlocked position.

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Loosen and remove the joint connecting nut from the back of the rim brake.

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Remove the rim brake. Make sure you do not lose the washer.

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Carefully feed the rear fender under the rim brake until the tab reaches the rim brake mounting point.

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Align the mounting tab with the hole for the rim brake. To continue we will need to remove the rear wheel as there is a mounting bolt at the base of the fender to give it added stability during use.

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Loosen off the rear wheel and allow it to slide forward. Then move the chain over the top of the rear sprocket.

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The chain should fit outside the sprocket allowing some more slack in the chain.

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Once there is enough slack the chain will come off the chain ring allowing you to remove the rear wheel.

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Now the chain is loose, remove the rear wheel.

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You may find it easier to turn your AM1 upside down. Carefully insert the bolt into the hole at the back of the kickstand area.

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Tighten up the bolt with the 4mm hex key.

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Re-insert the rear wheel and reconnect the chain. Then insert the rim brake through the tab on the fender and into the frame. Tighten up again using the joint connecting nut and the 5mm hex key.

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On both sides of the fork install the small hex bolts with a washer.

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Use the 4mm hex key to tighten up the bolts on both sides.

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Done!

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