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Spreader Tool

$59.00

Product Description

This is our spreader tool, to replace the spreader bars and releive the tension to aid in replacing the screws.

- Feel Free to call with any questions you may have, 404-574-9280.    Thanks and have a Great Day.

 

* We have added additional tools to our "LINKS" section...

* You Will Need This Or A Similar Tool (for a higher price) In Order To Complete The Sling Install In Most Cases...  

* Call us If You Have Any Questions...    Scroll Down to "STEP 8" to See It in Action.... :)  

 

 

Installation

 

Our Ten Step Process

Step One: Tools
Basic tools you will need to install your new slings.

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Step Two: Removing End Caps

Carefully remove end caps with a flat heat screw driver.

If you break one, (they may be brittle) we can send some to you.

Most end caps come in white and black.

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Continue to remove remaining caps.


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Step Three: Removing Old Sling
Cut old sling to remove from frame.

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Loosen fabric by bending backward, may make a cracking sound.

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Continue to loosen fabric.

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Loosen fabric by bending back, be sure to lubricate
the area where the sling is inserted into the track.

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Lubricate slings at rail to make them easier to remove.

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Casual Clean, cleans your old frames and is great lubrication.
We have been using Casual Clean since 1982 it destroys mold and mildew
and does not harm your frame,slings or strapped furniture.


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We always say lubrication is the key to success.

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Let your lubrication set for a few minutes.
You may need to use a flat head screw driver and stick it
between the fabric and rail to further help loosen your old sling
material from the frame.

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Use your pliers to help pull the old sling out of the track.
Remember lubrication is the key to success


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Pulling your old sling material from the frame.
Remember lubrication is the key to success.




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Step Four: Measuring
Use cloth tape to give us your length.
Start from the top and follow the conture of your frame.

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Follow the conture of your frame. Make sure your measure tape does not slip !!
If you need to, tape the measure tape down at the top of the frame.

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This frame is 44 1/2″ long.

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Measure the width from inside the track on one side
of the chair to inside the track on the other side of the
chair where the side rails are bolted to the frame.
This chairs width is 20″.

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Measure where sling rails are bolted to the chair frame from
  inside of the track on one side to the inside of the track on the other side.


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Our Part:
Sling material ready to be sewn
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Sewing your fabric.

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Sewing your fabric.

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All slings are double stitched with the finest UV resistant thread.

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Your stitchologist, Kelly.

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Insert the supplied spline rod into the sides of your slings.

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Spline rod should stick out of both ends of your sling.
Do not trim the excess until you are finished putting on your sling.

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Step Five: Inserting First Side of the New Sling
Insert sling into track on one side of frame.


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Installing sling. Feed in sling from the top and pull to the bottom.
For beginners two people makes the job easier.

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Using pliers pull sling to the end of the frame.

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Step Six: The Side Rails
Remove the side rail from the frame side that
you have installed the sling on.

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Remove bottom bolt.
It is best to turn the chair on its side.
We use a battery drill to remove the bolts, but if
you don’t have one a ratchet set will work.

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Remove tension bars from the chair.

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Step Seven: Installing Final Side of the New Sling
Insert the other side of the sling in the track.

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Pulling sling down the track.

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Use your pliers to bring sling to the end.

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Turn chair on its side and insert your bolts.
A helpful hint is to loosen the bolts on the other side of the chair.

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Insert the bolt on the bottom of the chair.

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Step Eight: Tension Bar:
Sling fabric will have to be stretched to install tension bars.

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Using sling stretcher tool to help with installing your tension bars.

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Using sling stretcher tool.

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Installed tension bar.

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Replacing bottom tension bar.

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Now its time to trim your excess spline.

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Step Nine: End Caps
Install your end caps.

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Trim your excess spline.

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You can have pretty nails and get the job done!!!

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Install end caps.
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Step Ten: Enjoy
Your finished chair.


 

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