RAPTOR RACK, Roof Rack Mounting Instructions.

SIDE MOUNTED POSITION.

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STEP 1:

Locate a suitable position for the U Bolts and RAPTOR RACK mounting bracket.

 

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STEP 2:

Place the RAPTOR RACK base plate into position over the U Bolts.

 

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STEP 3:

Attach the RAPTOR RACK angle bracket to the base plate and fix firmly in place

with the serrated hex flange nut and washers.

 

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Note:

Raptor Racks are also designed to conform to the shape of your roof rack.

 

They will allow up to 5mm of deflection on the outer edge of the base plate and angle bracket, when tightening down the  U Bolts.

 

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STEP 4:

Attach the adjustable top mounting pin bracket to the angle bracket.

With the two 25mm Button Socket Screws.

 

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 STEP 5:

Attach the four mounting pins to the mounting pin bracket.

Then double check that all nuts and bolts have been securely attached.

 

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 Step 6:

Place TRED’s onto the four mounting pins.

 

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Step 7:

Clip mounting straps together and tighten until TRED’s are held firmly against the PAPTOR RACK brackets.

 

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Step 8:

Place the safety strap in the center of the TRED and pass it through a suitable mounting point on the roof rack. Then tighten and adjust the safety strap tension until the strap pulls tightly against the TRED and roof rack mounting point.

 

Place safety strap over TRED.

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Place the safety strap through a suitable mounting point on the roof rack.

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Then tighten and adjust the safety strap tension until the strap pulls tight against the TRED and roof rack mounting point.

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Warning:

The safety strap “MUST” be fitted to the vehicle between the two tie down straps and tightened before moving off with the vehicle.

 

The safety strap provides an important added level of protection in the event that either of the mounting straps are not properly secured or become dislodged.

 

 

Caution: Do Not Over Tighten U Bolt Flange Nuts.

Excessive over tightening may cause damage to the nylon base plate and

angle bracket.

 

 WARNING !!!

Before driving and frequently during your journey (particularly on rough roads and off road tracks), check that all nuts, bolts, straps and mounting pins are tight and the TRED’s are securely attached and cannot move.

Failure to properly follow these instructions may lead to property damage and/or personal injury.

 

 

RAPTOR RACK, TRED Roof Top Mounting Instructions.

TOP MOUNTED POSITION.

 

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STEP 1:

Pre assemble the angle bracket and mounting pin bracket with the 25mm ButtonSocket Screws. Then attach the mounting pins to the mounting pin bracket.

 

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STEP 2:

Place your RAPTOR RACK brackets in position on top of the

roof rack.

 

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STEP 3:

Attach the RAPTOR RACK base plate to the underside of the roof

rack and tighten the two 30mm Button Socket Screws and flange nuts.

Check that all nuts, bolts and pins have been tightened and are securely attached.

 

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Step 4:

Place TRED’s onto the RAPTOR RACK mounting pins.

 

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Step 5:

Clip mounting straps together and tighten until TRED’s are held firmly against the PAPTOR RACK brackets.

 

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Step 6:

Place safety strap over the center of the TRED’s and

passed through a suitable mounting point on the roof rack.

Then tighten and adjust the safety strap tension until the strap pulls tightly against the TRED’s and the roof rack mounting point.

 

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Warning:

The safety strap “MUST ” be fitted to the vehicle between the two tie down straps and tightened before moving off with the vehicle.

 

The safety strap provides an important added level of protection in the event that either of the mounting straps are not properly secured or become dislodged.

 

 WARNING !!!

Before driving and frequently during your journey (particularly on rough roads and off road tracks), check that all nuts, bolts, straps and mounting pins are tight and the TRED’s are securely attached and cannot move.

Failure to properly follow these instructions may lead to property damage and/or personal injury.