AIR350 Assembly Part Checklist
AIR350 Assembly Pack Checklist
AIR350 Step-by-Step Assembly Instructions
1. Upright and Console
a. Place 2 AA batteries into the console (11).
b. From the upright post (5), connect the upper wire and lower wire. Be sure to not pinch the wires or you may damage the cable.
c. Using two screws (#90) attach the upright post to the main frame (1).
d. Using two screws (#55) attach the cup holder (25) to the upright post (5).
e. Connect the connection wire (54) at the top of the upright post (5) to the wire of the console (11).
f. Feed any extra length of wire back into the upright post(5), then use four screws (#58) to mount the console (11) to the upright post (5).
2. Attaching the Stabilizers
a. Using two sets of screws (#57) and M8 washers (#69) attach the front stabilizer (9) to the main frame (1).
b. Repeat the same steps to attach the rear stabilizer (10) to the main frame (1).
3. Left and Right Handlebars
a. Using two screws (#76), two Arc washers (#89), and two spring washers (#88) attach the left handrail arm (3) to the lower handrail arm (4). Then secure with 2 Nylon nuts (#71).
b. Repeat this process to attach the parts of the right handrail arm (2). Note: When connecting the upper arms to the lower arms the powder washer (#70) is on the outside of the arms, and the connection points labeled “A” in the diagram above should face inwards towards each other.
4. Connecting the Handlebars
a. Apply a thin layer of the included grease all around the non-threaded length of the moving shaft (80) before assembly. This will allow the moving shaft (80) to assemble more easily and to turn smoothly during workouts.
b. Slide the moving shaft (80) through the left & right handrail arms (3 & 2) with one wave washer (61) placed between each arm and the main frame as shown in the diagram.
c. Slide one D washer (35) onto the end of each side of the moving shaft (80).
d. Screw the foot pegs (59) onto each end of the moving shaft (80) as shown in the diagram. Use both wrenches (#93) by sliding the screw driver portion of the wrench (#93) through the hole in the end of the foot pegs (59) – this will help provide you more torque to tighten the foot pegs (59) onto the moving shaft (80). At the same time, tighten both sides firmly in the direction shown in the diagram.
5. Foot Pedals
a. The left pedal (14) and the left lock nut (75) have reverse threading and have to be turned counter clockwise to tighten. Apply some of the included grease to the bolt of left and right foot pedal (14 & 15) before assembly. Turn the belt pulley with crank (18) to the front to make it horizontal.
b. Insert the left foot pedal (14) through the washer (72), wave washer (92), the connection piece (8) and into the crank. Turn the left pedal (14) counter clockwise as tightly as you can with your hands. Make sure the bolt on the Left pedal (14) penetrates the crank fully. Lock the left pedal (14) with the left lock nut (75). Finish tightening with the wrench (93).
c. Repeat on the right side making sure to turn the pedal clockwise.
6. Dis-assembling and Assembling the Seat
a. Unscrew three washers (#69) and 3 Nylon nuts (#71) from the seat (19) using the wrench (#93).
b. Attach the seat (19) to the seat slider (7) with washers (69) and Nylon nut (#71).
c. Attach the seat slider (7) to the seat post (6) with knob (22) and M10 washer (#77).
d. Insert the seat post (6) into the main frame (1) and lock it at desired height with the adjustment knob (24).
- Tighten all bolts/nuts securely to complete your installation.
- Adjust all four levelers so your unit sits flat on the ground for a stable ride. If placing on a mat or on carpet, then it may take time for your unit to settle into the floor padding and will not feel as stable as if placed on a hard surface.
- Make sure to tighten both pedals securely to the pedal crank arms as instructed.
- Once proper seat and handlebar height is selected, make sure to tighten securely for a solid feel.