The seating system mounting can be tilted to the rear by approximately 30˚ (Fig 4). This is achieved by pressing the tilt release lever (Fig 5). When the desired angle is reached, release the lever.
Handle bar height
The handle bar can be adjusted to a height that is suitable for the person pushing the seat. In order to adjust the height of the handle bar, please refer to Fig 6. Loosen the clamping levers (A), Move the bars to the required height and re-tighten the clamping levers. The adjustment range is approximately 230mm. When the handle bar has reached its maximum height, a popper will engage in the handle bar outer tube (Fig 7, Item B). Press the popper in once the clamping levers are loose, while adjusting the height of the handle bar.
Note - It is recommended that the handle bar is not adjusted beyond the height at which the popper engages.
Handle bar angle
The handle bar can be adjusted to an anglefrom 90˚ to 120˚ dependant on the desired back angle of the seating system attached (fig 8a). In order to adjust the angle of the handle bar, please refer to Fig 8b.Pull the lock strap (A), this will release the locking pins (B) either side of the handle bar. Adjust the handle bar angle then release the lock strap. Ensure both locking pins engage in the locking plate holes (C) after adjustments are made.
To operate the friction brakes on a 12” wheel application, please refer to Fig 9. To operate the drum brakes on a 22” and 24” wheel application, please refer to Fig 10. To apply the friction brake, push the brake lever (A) forward. To release the friction brake, push the brake lever rearward. To apply the drum brake, squeeze the brake lever (B). To lock the drum brake, squeeze the brake lever (B) and engage the retaining claw (C) with your index finger. To unlock the drum brake, squeeze the brake lever slightly and the retaining claw will disengage. Check the brakes weekly to ensure they are operational and adjust if necessary (Refer to the section ‘Maintenance, cleaning and care’).