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Weider Crossbow Assembly Instructions

    Gather together all of your tools in a clean space and allow at least one full day for assembly. The tools for this project include a standard screwdriver, two adjustable wrenches, a Phillips screwdriver, allen wrenches (included), a rubber mallet, grease and a socket set.

    Open the owner's manual and read through the warnings and component list. Check off the components as you remove them from the boxes to verify that you have all the required pieces. For the quickest assembly, sort the pieces in numeric order along one of the walls in your workspace. If you do not have the owner's manual, the link below provides the manual in PDF format.

    Begin assembling the machine, reading through each step before beginning. The steps for this machine are very straightforward and the numbers are given for each piece. Tighten all screws and bolts completely during assembly so that you do not have to go back at the end.

    Start your assembly with the base piece and attach the backing section. Be sure that the pieces are fitting together correctly or the machine could be damaged when it is used.

    Continue the assembly with the bench pieces. Add grease as necessary for lubrication of the parts. Keep a rag handy to clean up any drips from the grease.

    Finish the assembly with the pressure line and attachments.

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Things Needed

  • Standard screwdriver
  • 2 adjustable wrenches
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Allen wrenches (included)
  • Rubber mallet
  • Grease
  • Rag
  • Socket set

About the Author

Steven White is a privately contracted software engineer and efficiency analyst. He has more than five years of experience providing technical support for AT&T broadband customers. Along with his technology background, White enjoys carpentry and plumbing.

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