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1. T ur n the wheelbarrow over and set it on a flat sur face. (see Fig. 1) 2. Loosen the axle bracket retaining bolt with a spanner  (see Fig. 2: A). Set the nuts and bolts aside 3. Slide the axle (see Fig. 2: B) out of the old wheel and brackets. The axle should slide out easily , but a light squir t of WD-40 may be required loosen a sticking axle 4. Slide the axle through the hub of the new wheel assembly and fit the brackets over the ends.(see Fig. 2: B) 5. Fit the new wheel between the front braces so the hole in the axle brackets lines up with the holes in the handles 6. Push the bolt through the holes in the handles and the hole in the axle bracket 7. Put the retaining nut back into position. T ighten to secure the axle and wheel
A B Fig. 2 Fig. 1 TOP  TIP!
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1. T ur n the wheelbarrow over and set it on a flat sur face. (see Fig. 1) 2. Loosen the axle bracket retaining bolt with a spanner  (see Fig. 2: A). Set the nuts and bolts aside 3. Slide the axle (see Fig. 2: B) out of the old wheel and brackets. The axle should slide out easily , but a light squir t of WD-40 may be required loosen a sticking axle 4. Slide the axle through the hub of the new wheel assembly and fit the brackets over the ends.(see Fig. 2: B) 5. Fit the new wheel between the front braces so the hole in the axle brackets lines up with the holes in the handles 6. Push the bolt through the holes in the handles and the hole in the axle bracket 7. Put the retaining nut back into position. T ighten to secure the axle and wheel
A B Fig. 2 Fig. 1 TOP  TIP!