Tools you will need:
- 2.5mm hex key
- Begin by folding the steer tube. You do not need to lock it to the rear wheel.
Use a 2.5mm hex key to remove the screw in the middle of the secondary locking mechanism mount.
- The secondary locking mechanism will simply come off once the screw is removed.
- Take your new secondary locking mechanism and line it up on the steer tube using the protrusion that fits into the back of the mechanism’s mount.
- Reinstall the screw from earlier using your 2.5mm hex key.
- Stand the steering tube back up, and try to lock it in place. If the locking mechanism will not latch, loosen the screw of the secondary locking mechanism slightly, and try shifting the module slightly up or down, tighten the screw and try the locking mechanism again. See the photo to see what the locking mechanism should look like when it is properly aligned.
Pictured here, the primary and secondary locking mechanisms do not overlap sufficiently and may come unlatched while riding.
Pictured here, there is so much overlap between the primary and secondary locking mechanisms that they cannot fully latch.
Pictured here, there is enough overlap between the primary and secondary locking mechanisms that they will not come undone, but there is enough clearance for them to fully latch.