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Harken Bearing Replacements For Traveler 1509 And Genoa 1537



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plastic spring clip from short end of the carloader Line it up To load balls in car hold car on Remove two clips from carloader Slide plastic carloader in so loading port is on the side of car without balls Put one clip on 223open224 end of the loaderLoad rest of balls through ball loading port into empty bearing race Wiggle car slightly to move balls into race Do not overload Push car to end clip and slide on inner clip to prevent car from ing port Put car For additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencommanuals or the HarkenWarrantyCarefully inspect track and mounting hardware for any signs of loosening cracks or damage Inspect end stops to make sure they are secure and that there are no cracks or damage Arrange control tackle so cars do not hit end stops Traveler Cars Clean by frequently flushing with fresh water Periodically clean car by squirting a detergentwater solution into center openings Roll car back and forth to distribute evenly then flush bearings with fresh water to ball contact surfaces of track Roll car back and forth through OneDrop is preferred but you can also use one to two drops of a light machine oil Too much oil attracts dirtTrack Clean with detergent and water IMPORTANToration of part and is not covered under the Harken warrantyWARNING Failure to inspect tracks and stops can result in track pulling off deck suddenly and unexpectedly during high load possibly causing severe injury or deathFor additional safety maintenance and warranty information see wwwharkencommanuals or the HarkenWarrantyCarefully inspect track and mounting hardware for any signs of loosening cracks or damage Inspect end stops to make sure they are secure and that there are no cracks or damage Arrange control tackle so cars do not hit end stops Traveler Cars Clean by frequently flushing with fresh water Periodically clean car by squirting a detergentwater solution into center openings Roll car back and forth to distribute evenly then flush 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