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Harken 144 Standard Cam Base Swivel Installation Sheet



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AdobeUCSAdobeUCSINSTALLATION SHEETTel 1 262262Web harkencom  Email harkenharkencomThe swivel arm has a small amount of movement between arm and base Control movement by tightening four mounting screws until swivel begins to bind Then back screws off Leave enough tension to slow arm rotation slightlyPart Screw Screw Spacing Use Base with 57 mm 75 mm Carbo Ratchet and RatchamaticWARNING Strictly follow all instructions to avoid an accident damage to your vessel personal injury or death wwwharkencommanualsWARNING To achieve maximum working load of cam swivel base mount using screws listed below INSTALLATION SHEETTel 1 262262Web harkencom  Email harkenharkencomThe swivel arm has a small amount of movement between arm and base Control movement by tightening four mounting screws until swivel begins to bind Then back screws off Leave enough tension to slow arm rotation slightlyPart Screw Screw Spacing Use Base with 57 mm 75 mm Carbo Ratchet and RatchamaticWARNING Strictly follow all instructions to avoid an accident damage to your vessel personal injury or death wwwharkencommanualsWARNING To achieve maximum working load of cam swivel base mount using screws listed below INSTALLATION SHEETTel 1 262262Web harkencom  Email harkenharkencomThe swivel arm has a small amount of movement between arm and base Control movement by tightening four mounting screws until swivel begins to bind Then back screws off Leave enough tension to slow arm rotation slightlyPart Screw Screw Spacing Use Base with 57 mm 75 mm Carbo Ratchet and RatchamaticWARNING Strictly follow all instructions to avoid an accident damage to your vessel personal injury or death wwwharkencommanualsWARNING To achieve maximum working load of cam swivel base mount using screws listed below INSTALLATION SHEETTel 1 262262Web harkencom  Email harkenharkencomThe swivel arm has a small amount of movement between arm and base Control movement by tightening four mounting screws until swivel begins to bind Then back screws off Leave enough tension to slow arm rotation slightlyPart Screw Screw Spacing Use Base with 57 mm 75 mm Carbo Ratchet and RatchamaticWARNING Strictly follow all instructions to avoid an accident damage to your vessel personal injury or death wwwharkencommanualsWARNING To achieve maximum working load of cam swivel base mount using screws listed below XjyAirhGs8zzz9vwa2TKMkRb7tY0W1688ZI8l789wxffebrq11klkwWxonpiiif87zEBQYzb7dKYwsmA1UyBKXw74AOgvvn3P7v8cOfUTQAdobeUCSHarken equipment requires minimal maintenance but some is required to give the best service and to comply with Harkens limited warrantyIt is important to keep equipment clean by frequently flushing with fresh water In corrosive atmospheres stainless parts may show discoloration around holes rivets With the exception of winches do not use grease unless specifically recommended in IMPORTANT Exposure to some teak cleaners and other caustic solutions can result in discoloration of part and is not covered under the Harken warrantyFor additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencomWarrantyPrinted in USAHarken equipment requires minimal maintenance but some is required to give the best service and to comply with Harkens limited warrantyIt is important to keep equipment clean by frequently flushing with fresh water In corrosive atmospheres stainless parts may show discoloration around holes rivets With the exception of winches do not use grease unless specifically recommended in IMPORTANT Exposure to some teak cleaners and other caustic solutions can result in discoloration of part and is not covered under the Harken warrantyFor additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencomWarrantyPrinted in USAHarken equipment requires minimal maintenance but some is required to give the best service and to comply with Harkens limited warrantyIt is important to keep equipment clean by frequently flushing with fresh water In corrosive atmospheres stainless parts may show discoloration around holes rivets With the exception of winches do not use grease unless specifically recommended in IMPORTANT Exposure to some teak cleaners and other caustic solutions can result in discoloration of part and is not covered under the Harken warrantyFor additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencomWarrantyPrinted in USAHarken equipment requires minimal maintenance but some is required to give the best service and to comply with Harkens limited warrantyIt is important to keep equipment clean by frequently flushing with fresh water In corrosive atmospheres stainless parts may show discoloration around holes rivets With the exception of winches do not use grease unless specifically recommended in IMPORTANT Exposure to some teak cleaners and other caustic solutions can result in discoloration of part and is not covered under the Harken warrantyFor additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencomWarrantyPrinted in USA

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