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Cruiser Handle ReplacementUpdated a month ago



Tools Required

  • 13mm Combination Wrench
  • #4 Phillips Screwdriver
  • 13mm Socket Wrench with Extender
  • 6mm Hex Wrench
  • Dry Silicone Lubricant

Replacement Parts Required

  • Handle Assembly
  • Locking Pin


/01:  Remove the screw located between the handle and the seat back shown below with the screwdriver.

/02:  Remove two front screws from the Cruiser.

/03:  Remove the screw on the right side of the Cruiser handle shown below with the screwdriver.

/04:  Remove handle pivot covers to expose the handle pivot nut and bolt.

/05:  Remove handle pivot nut, washer and bolt using the wrench and hex wrench. Lift handle out of Cruiser.

/06:  Remove the lock pin. Verify you have all of the parts shown below.

/07:  Insert the lock pin through the oval port on the new handle.

Ensure the lock pin goes through the pull cable port. It is helpful to use a screwdriver to align the pull cable to the lock pin as you insert the lock pin. Verify the handle actuators pull on the lock pin.

/08: Place the new handle onto the cruiser and insert the pivot bolt. 

To install the pivot bolt it is helpful to use a screwdriver to compress the spring in the lower lock pin as you slide the bolt through the hole.

/09: Tighten the pivot nut to remove excessive side-to-side handle play. 

Verify the handle locking pin is able to slide freely to ensure proper handle function. Reference “Handle Locking Pin Function” video for more information.

/10: Reinstall the handle pivot covers and screws by following the reverse process of Steps 1, 2, and 3.

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