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Safety Messages, In this supplement particularly important information. is presented in the following ways,Indicates a hazardous situation. which if not avoided may result in,death or serious injury. Indicates special precautions that,must be taken to avoid damage. The following symbols are used in this manual,Symbol Name Description.
2 NGLI 2 synthetic grease Apply NGLI 2 synthetic grease. L Carbon gel Apply carbon gel friction paste KF115. Medium strength,2 Apply Loctite 242 blue or equivalent. removable thread lock,GT Supplements,This manual is a supplement to your. GT Bicycle Owner s Manual,Safety Information 2 6,This supplement provides additional. and important model specific Technical Information 7 19. safety maintenance and technical, information It may be one of several Replacement Parts 20 21. important manuals supplements,Tightening Torques 22.
for your bike obtain and read all of,them Maintenance 23. Please contact your Authorized GT Notes 24,Dealer immediately if you need a. manual or supplement or have a,question about your bike You may. also contact us using the appropriate,country region location information. You can download Adobe Acrobat,PDF versions of any manual.
supplement from our website,http www gtbikes com Your GT Dealer. To make sure your bike is serviced,Contacting GT and maintained correctly and that. GT USA you protect applicable warranties, Cycling Sports Group Inc please coordinate all service. 1 Cannondale Way Wilton CT and maintenance through your. 06897 USA Authorized GT Dealer,1 800 726 BIKE 2453. Cycling Sports Group Europe B V,Mail Postbus 5100 Unauthorized service.
Visits Hanzepoort 27 maintenance or repair parts can. 7570 GC OLDENZAAL Netherlands result in serious damage and void. Tel 41 61 551 14 80 your warranty,Fax 31 54 151 42 40. International Distributors,Consult the following websIte to. identify the appropriate GT Dealer for,your region. 134937 Rev 1 1,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. SAFETY INFORMATION,Important Composites Inspection Crash.
Message Damage Of Carbon,Frames Forks,Your bike frame and components. is made from composite materials,After A Crash Or Impact. also known as carbon fiber,Inspect frame carefully for. All riders must understand a,damage See PART II Section D. fundamental reality of composites,Inspect For Safety in your.
Composite materials constructed,GT Bicycle Owner s Manual. of carbon fibers are strong and, light but when crashed or Do not ride your bike if you see any. overloaded carbon fibers do not sign of damage such as broken. bend they break splintered or delaminated carbon,For your safety as you own and. use the bike you must follow Any of the following may indicate. proper service maintenance and a delamination or damage. inspection of all the composites,An unusual or strange feel to. frame stem fork handlebar seat,post etc Ask your GT Dealer for.
Carbon which has a soft feel or,altered shape, We urge you to read PART II Creaking or other unexplained. Section D Inspect For Safety in noises, your GT Bicycle Owner s Manual Visible cracks a white or milky. BEFORE you ride color present in carbon fiber,You can be severely injured. paralyzed or killed in an accident,Continuing to ride a damaged. if you ignore this warning,frame increases the chances of.
frame failure with the possibility,of injury or death of the rider. 134937 Rev 1 2,Intended Use Servicing,The intended use of. all models is ASTM,CONDITION 4 This supplement may include. All Mountain procedures beyond the scope of,general mechanical aptitude. Special tools skills and knowledge,may be required Improper.
mechanical work increases the,risk of an accident Any bicycle. Understand your bike and its accident has risk of serious injury. intended use Using your bike the paralysis or death. wrong way is dangerous To minimize risk we strongly. Please read your GT Bicycle recommend that owners always. Owner s Manual for more have mechanical work done by. information about Intended Use an Authorized GT Dealer. and Conditions 1 5,134937 Rev 1 3,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. Maximum Fork Length, Maximum Fork Length is an important frame safety testing specification for front. suspension mountain bikes You must observe the measurement when installing. headset parts headset adapters installing and adjusting a fork and selecting. replacement forks,Bottom Of Frame,To Center Of,The Fork Axle. You must select a replacement fork not only based on head tube diameter but the. critical factor of frame maximum fork length, Do not exceed maximum fork length Exceeding the MAXIMUM FORK LENGTH limit.
can overload the frame causing it to break while riding. Your retailer MUST follow and observe this specification for your bike For Maximum Fork. Length specifications for GT bicycles see www gtbikes com. You can be severely injured paralyzed or killed in an accident if you ignore this. 134937 Rev 1 4,Tire Size x Maximum Width, Observe the Tire Size x Maximum Width for your bike found in the. Specifications page of this manual, Mounting the wrong size tires can result in the tires hitting the fork or frame. when riding If this happens you can lose control of your bike and you can be. thrown off a moving tire can be stopped because it touches the fork or frame. Do not mount oversized tires ones that rub or hit the fork or frame ones that. result in too little clearance or ones that can hit the fork or frame when the. suspension is fully compressed or when riding, Take care that the tires you select are compatible with your bike s fork or frame. design Also be sure to follow the manufacturer s recommendations of your. front fork and rear shocks, When you are considering tires for your bike consider. The actual measured size of a tire may be different than its sidewall marking. Each time you mount a new tire take the time to inspect the actual clearance. between the rotating tire and all parts of the frame The U S Consumer. Product Safety Commission CPSC requires at least 1 16 1 6 mm tire clearance. from any part of the bike Allowing for lateral rim flex and a wheel or rim that. is out of true will likely mean choosing a rear tire that provides even more. clearance than the CPSC recommends, Ask your dealer for the right tires for your bike and its particular components.
You can be severely injured paralyzed or killed in an accident if you ignore. this warning,134937 Rev 1 5,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. Rear Shocks Minimum Seat Post Insert, Select only compatible shocks Make sure at least 100 mm of. and forks for your bike Do not the seat post is inserted into the. modify your bike in any way to frame at all times,Failure to insert the seat post at. Have your shock or fork installed least 100 mm can place a very. by a professional bike mechanic high stress on the seat tube top. tube junction causing the frame to,Riding with the wrong rear shock. fail while riding,can damage the frame You, could have a serious accident Remove the seat post Measure.
Make sure the total travel eye 100 mm from the bottom of. to eye length and stroke length the seat post Use a permanent. of the rear shock you select meet marker to mark the post at 100. the Specifications listed in this mm,When adjusting the seat post. When selecting different shocks height in the seat tube never. or forks for your bike make sure adjust the seat post so that the. that the shock or fork you select is line you mark is above the top. compatible with your bike s design edge of the seat tube. and how you will use your bike,You must also be aware that. You can be severely injured bicycle seat posts are permanently. paralyzed or killed in an accident marked by the manufacturer with. if you ignore this warning a minimum insert line on the. seat post itself You must not rely,on this marking as an indication. of the proper minimum seat post,insertion depth,You can be severely injured. paralyzed or killed in an accident,if you ignore this warning.
134937 Rev 1 6,TECHNICAL INFORMATION,Specifications. Item Specification,Model Force Sensor,Wheel Size 27 5 in 29 in. Rear Travel 150 mm 130 mm,Head Tube UPR 1 1 8 in LWR 1 1 2 in. Headset Integrated 1 1 8 in 1 1 2 in,Bottom Bracket Type Width BSA 73 mm. Front Derailleur N A,Seat Post Dia Binder 31 6 mm 34 9 mm.
Min Seat Post Insert 100 mm,Tire Size x Max Width,27 5 in x 2 5 in 29 in x 2 35 in. Max Fork Length 550 mm 540 mm, Rear Shock Eye To Eye Stroke 185 mm x 55 mm 185 mm x 50 mm. Bushing Width Metric Trunnion Metric Trunnion,Sag measured at shock 12 5 mm 12 mm. Chain Guide ISCG 05,Rear Brake Mount Type Post Mount 180 mm. Min Max Rotor Dia 203 mm,Maxle TA 148 x 12mm,Rear Axle Type Length.
180 mm Length,ASTM CONDITION 4,Intended Use,All Mountain. Max Weight Limit,305 lbs 138 kg,Total rider all equipment. 134937 Rev 1 7,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. Dimensions millimeter,Geometry Force 27 5,Frame Size S M L XL. Flip Chip Orientation, D Seat Tube Length 400 400 430 430 480 480 520 520.
C Top Tube Horizontal 566 46 568 593 27 595 620 09 621 646 9 648. A Head Tube Angle 65 5 65 65 5 65 65 5 65 65 5 65,B Seat Tube Angle 76 75 5 76 75 5 76 75 5 76 75 5. G Standover 740 4 740 4 750 3 750 3 760 2 760 2 795 1 795 1. H Head Tube Length 102 102 110 110 118 118 126 126. F Wheelbase 116 28 164 1190 60 1192 1218 91 1221 1247 23 1249. M Front Center 730 730 758 758 787 787 815 815, E Chainstay Length 432 4 435 434 4 435 434 4 435 434 5 435. L Bottom Bracket Drop 13 7 20 13 7 20 13 7 20 13 7 20. K Bottom Bracket Height 345 3 339 345 3 339 345 3 339 345 3 339. J Fork Rake 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44, L Stack 587 41 591 594 68 599 601 97 606 609 25 613. M Reach 420 415 445 440 470 465 495 490, All Specifications subject to change without notice. 134937 Rev 1 8,Dimensions millimeter,Geometry Sensor 29.
Frame Size S M L XL,Flip Chip Orientation, D Seat Tube Length 392 392 400 400 430 430 480 480. C Top Tube Horizontal 565 567 592 593 619 620 647 647. A Head Tube Angle 65 98 65 5 65 97 65 5 65 96 65 5 65 95 65 5. B Seat Tube Angle 76 48 76 76 47 76 76 46 76 76 45 76. G Standover 750 740 760 760 770 770 805 805, H Head Tube Length 102 102 110 110 118 118 126 126. F Wheelbase 1164 76 1166 1193 07 1194 1121 39 1222 1249 71 1251. M Front Center 731 94 732 760 24 760 788 54 789 816 84 817. E Chainstay Length 433 62 435 433 62 435 433 62 435 433 62 435. L Bottom Bracket Drop 20 86 27 20 78 27 20 7 27 20 62 27. K Bottom Bracket Height 356 56 349 356 72 349 356 8 349 356 9 349. J Fork Rake 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51, L Stack 583 86 587 591 97 595 598 54 602 605 36 609. M Reach 424 91 420 449 86 445 474 8 470 499 75 495. All Specifications subject to change without notice. 134937 Rev 1 9,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. Rear Shock, Consult the rear shock s owner s manual in order to set the recommended SAG.
The orientation of the Flip Chip does not influence SAG. 25 Force Sensor,SAG 12 5 mm 12 mm,Rear Shock,O Ring SAG. Mount shocks in orientation shown,reservoir controls forward and facing up. as shown Consult your GT Dealer,134937 Rev 1 10,Flip Chip Orientation. The orientation of the Flip Chip will change the bottom bracket height head. tube angle seat tube angle Resulting changes to the values can be found in the. Geometry section,Shock Bolt,Shock Bolt,Lo position Hi position. 1 Place the bike in a workstand 4 Change the Flip Chip orientation in. the frame sockets See inset,2 Support the rear wheel to prevent.
swingarm dropping when shock is 5 Install and tighten the shock bolts to. disconnected the specified torque,3 Remove the lower shock mounting. 134937 Rev 1 11,Force Sensor Owners Manual Supplement. Link Assembly,smooth side,2 small end,Connecting the Link. To prevent mis alignment and or potential damage follow this assembly order. 1 Connect link to frame with the LockR pivot, 2 Connect the rear shock make sure the smooth side of the spacers face the. shock Only finger tighten the bolts, 3 Connect the seat stay make sure the small end of the spacers face the bea.
rings Only finger tighten the bolts, 4 In a cross pattern tighten all bolts to the specified torque in increments. 134937 Rev 1 12,Inspection, The condition of the bearings should be inspected periodically These are. normal wear parts so plan to have them replaced as they wear out. To inspect the bearings disconnect the link to expose the bearings Rotate the. inner race of each bearing with your finger The rotation should feel smooth. without binding Each bearing should be fixed securely in the opening Check. to make sure each circlip is seated in the grooves The front bearings should be. seated against the inner lip, Inspection frequency should be based upon how and where you ride. Evidence of damage would be excessive play visible wear or corrosion of. If you find any damage to the parts discontinue riding until all the parts. bearings pivot axles spacers can be replaced This will help prevent damage. Cycling Sports Group Inc 1 Cannondale Way Wilton CT 06897 USA 1 800 726 BIKE 2453 www gtbicycles com GT EUROPE Cycling Sports Group Europe B V Hanzepoort 27 7570 GC Oldenzaal Netherlands 41 61 4879380 servicedeskeurope cyclingsportsgroup com GT UK Cycling Sports Group Vantage Way The Fulcrum Poole Dorset BH12 4NU 44 0 1202732288

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