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Using the step diagrams above you should proceed as shown in 1-4:
When you detach the Lower Shell (arc) and the T-spring (rubber band) from the Upper shell (diagram steps 1, 2 & 3), using both hands, stretch your arms and use your body weight to apply some pressure to the end of the shell in order that it bows downwards, remove the lower shell. Again, using one hand this time, apply the same pressure method to the top shell and bow enough to un-hook the T-spring. You will find it easier if you do this in a bounce like movement.

Reassembling

Reverse the process above, applying the same methods.

SRS (Safety Release System)


In occasional situations, for instance when you do extreme sports or run on very uneven surfaces, there is a possibility that the lower shell pops off. If you want to exclude this situation, you must assemble your shells and the T-Spring with the SRS activated (fig. SRS on). To this effect, the marks you can see on the T-Spring and Shell ends, must coincide: circle with circle and triangle with triangle. To assemble the Shells with the SRS desactivated, (fig. SRS off), circles and triangles must NOT coincide (join circles with triangles).

How do I replace my Sole Clamps?
The replacement clamps will appear to be too small and you will assume they will not fit. However it is necessary for the material to be stretched when they are assembled so that, the sole is held in place tightly. Detach the lower shell. When replacing the clamps, the clamp has to be pushed on to the shell as far as it will go, do this by pushing it against the edge of a table. Position the sole then, taking a flat head screw driver, lever over the clamp to hold the sole in place.

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