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HUFFYSPORTS HUFFY Portable Basketball System Owners Manual Customer Service Center N53 W24700 South Corporate Circle Sussex, WI U.S.A. WARNING! READ AND UNDERSTAND OPERATOR'S MANUAL BEFORE USING
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HUFFYSPORTS HUFFY Portable Basketball System Owners Manual Customer Service Center N53 W24700 South Corporate Circle Sussex, WI U.S.A. WARNING! READ AND UNDERSTAND OPERATOR'S MANUAL BEFORE USING THIS UNIT. FAILURE TO FOLLOW OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. REQUIRED TOOLS AND MATERIALS: Two People Wood Board (Scrap) Tape Measure Step Ladder 8 ft. (2.4 m) Tape Garden Hose or Sand 360 lb. (163 kg) Hammer Wrenches: (Two) 3/4, (One) 1/2 (Two) 9/16 or equivalent sockets, (One) 1/2 Deep well socket with extension and socket wrench, 3/8 socket Support Table Phillips Head Screwdriver Toll-Free Customer Service Number for U.S: , For Canada: , For Europe: (Sweden: ), For Australia: Internet Address: 1 03/04 P/N COPYRIGHT 2000 by HUFFY SPORTS WARNING FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Owner must ensure that all players know and follow these rules for safe operation of the system. DO NOT HANG on the rim or any part of the system including backboard, support braces or net. During play, especially when performing dunk type activities, keep player's face away from the backboard, rim and net. Serious injury could occur if teeth/face come in contact with backboard, rim or net. Do not slide, climb, shake or play on base and/or pole. After assembly is complete, fill system completely with water or sand and stake to the ground. Never leave system in an upright position without filling base with weight, as system may tip over causing injuries. When adjusting height or moving system, keep hands and fingers away from moving parts. Do not allow children to move or adjust system. During play, do not wear jewelry (rings, watches, necklaces, etc.). Objects may entangle in net. Surface beneath the base must be smooth and free of gravel or other sharp objects. Punctures cause leakage and could cause system to tip over. Keep organic material away from pole base. Grass, litter, etc. could cause corrosion and/or deterioration. Check pole system for signs of corrosion (rust, pitting, chipping) and repaint with exterior enamel paint. If rust has penetrated through the steel anywhere, replace pole immediately. Check system before each use for proper ballast, loose hardware, excessive wear and signs corrosion and repair before use. Check system before each use for instability. Do not use system during windy and/or severe weather conditions; system may tip over. Place system in the storage position and/or in an area protected from the wind and free from personal property and/or overhead wires. Never play on damaged equipment. See instruction manual for proper installation and maintenance. When moving system, use caution to keep mechanism from shifting. Keep pole top covered with cap at all times. Do not allow water in tank to freeze. During sub-freezing weather add non-toxic antifreeze, sand or empty tank completely and store. (Do not use salt.) Use extreme caution if placing system on sloped surface. System may tip over more easily. In the U.S.: and Canada: /99 P/N /04 2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND WILL VOID WARRANTY. Owner must ensure that all players know and follow these rules for safe operation of the system. To ensure safety, do not attempt to assemble this system without following the instructions carefully. Proper and complete assembly, use and supervision is essential for proper operation and to reduce the risk of accident or injury. A high probability of serious injury exists if this system is not installed, maintained, and operated properly. If using a ladder during assembly, use extreme caution. Check base regularly for leakage. Slow leaks could cause the system to tip over unexpectedly Seat the pole sections properly (if applicable). Failure to do so could allow the pole sections to seperate during play and/or during transport of the system. Climate, corrosion or misuse could result in system failure. If technical assistance is required, contact Huffy Sports. Minimum operational height is 6 6 (1.98m) to the bottom of backboard. Most injuries are caused by misuse and/or not following instructions. Use caution when using this unit. NOTICE TO ASSEMBLERS ALL Huffy Sports basketball Systems, including those used for DISPLAYS, MUST be assembled and ballasted with sand or water according to instructions. Failure to follow instructions could result in SERIOUS INJURY. It is NOT acceptable to devise a makeshift weight system. IMPORTANT! Remove all contents from boxes. Be sure to check inside pole sections; hardware and additional parts are packed inside. 3 03/04 P/N Get to know the basic parts of your basketball system... FRONT BACK BACKBOARD RIM TOP POLE BOTTOM POLE ELEVATOR ASSEMBLY MIDDLE POLE FRONT COVER STRUTS BASE WHEEL CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY P/N /04 4 Item Qty Part No. Description Top Pole Section Middle Pole Section (with Label) Bottom Pole Section Wheel Bracket Axle Wheel Pushnut Base Hex Bolt, 5/16-18 x Flat Washer, 5/ * Hex-Flange Nut, 5/ Pole Bracket Hex Bolt, 5/16-18 x Locknut, 5/ Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x Tank Strut Bolt Cover Reinforcement Bracket Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x 2-3/4 Long Spacer, Plastic, 1.19 Long 21 7* Locknut, 1/ Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x 4 Long Label, Height Indicator Spacer, Plastic, Biscuit Pole Cap Lanyard, Black Coil Pin, Locking Bracket, Pole Mount Hex Bolt, 3/8-16 x Spacer, Metal, 1.53 Long Locknut, 3/ Plate, Triangle Elevator Tube, Upper - Short Elevator Tube, Lower - Long Cover, Pin Slide Tie Down Stake Base Plug Front Cover 39 6* Tie Straps 40 1 Rim Washer, Flat Label, Height Adj and Moving Spacer, Metal 1/2 O.D. x 1.44 Long Flat Washer, 3/ Bracket, Backboard Support Spacer, Plastic,.530 I.D. x.88 Long Bolt, Hex, 1/2-13 x 4-1/4 Long Spring, Counter Balance Spacer,.530 I.D. x Bolt, Hex, 1/2-13 x 9.5 Height Adjustment Rod Handle, Left Handle, Right Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x 2 Long Screw, Phillips Head Rope Smart Clips, Net Holder 58 1 Net Bolt, Hex Flange, 5/16-18 x 1 Long * You may have extra parts with this model. 5 WARRANTY CARD: Please remember to complete your product registration form either on-line at: or mail-in the enclosed postcard. 03/04 P/N HARDWARE IDENTIFIER (BOLTS & SCREWS) Item #13 (2) Item #9 (6) Item #47 (1) Item #29 (4) Item #15 (4) Item #54 (2) Item #55 (1) Item #19 (1) Item #59 (4) Item #22 (2) Item #50 (6) HARDWARE IDENTIFIER (NUTS, WASHERS & METAL SPACERS) Item #21 (7) Item #14 (2) Item #31 (4) Item #11 (21) Item #10 (18) Item #44 (4) Item #30 (2) Item #41 (4) Item #43 (2) P/N /04 6 HARDWARE IDENTIFIER (PLASTIC SPACERS & CAPS) Item #46 (4) Item #17 (1) Item #7 (2) Item #20 (8) Item #49 (4) Item #24 (2) HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT TO ADJUST BACKBOARD: 1 1. While holding handle, remove pin. 2. Move elevator up or down to desired height. 3. Replace pin full length to lock system at desired height MOVING SYSTEM 1 1. Adjust basketball backboard height to lowest position. 2. While holding pole, rotate basketball system forward until wheels engage with ground Move basketball system to desired location. 4. Carefully rotate basketball system upright. 5. Reattach ground restraint and check system for stability /99 Item #42 (1) 7 03/04 P/N BEFORE YOU START! To ensure optimal playability of backboard system, a close tolerance fit between the elevator components and hardware is required. Test fit large bolts into large holes of elevator tubes, backboard brackets and triangle plates. Carefully rock them in a circular motion to ream out any excess paint from holes if necessary. AVANT DE COMMENCER! Pour garantir l'utilisation optimale du panneau, les composants du système élévateur et la visserie doivent être bien ajustés (serrés). À titre d'essai, insérez les gros boulons dans les gros trous des tubes du système élévateur, des supports du panneau et des plaques triangulaires. Basculez-les avec précaution en imprimant un mouvement circulaire pour éliminer l'excédent de peinture, si nécessaire. ANTES DE COMENZAR! Para asegurar el óptimo rendimiento del sistema del respaldo en el juego, se requiere un ajuste de tolerancia estrecha entre los componentes del elevador y el herraje. Pruebe el ajuste de los pernos grandes en los orificios grandes de los tubos elevadores, soportes del respaldo y placas triangulares. Cuidadosamente muévalos en círculos para eliminar cualquier exceso de pintura, si es necesario. VORBEREITENDE MASSNAHMEN Um sicherzustellen, dass das Korbwandsystem optimal für den Spielbetrieb geeignet ist, müssen die Komponenten der Verlängerungsvorrichtung und die verschiedenen Befestigungsteile fest miteinander verschraubt werden. Große Schrauben zur Probe in die großen Löcher der Verlängerungsrohre, Korbwandklammern und Dreiecksplatte stecken und diese vorsichtig in einer Kreisbewegung hin- und herbewegen, um eventuelle Farbrückstände aus den Bohrungen zu entfernen. P/N /04 8 SECTION A: ASSEMBLE THE POLES 1. Correctly identify each pole section. 1 I.D. Label 3 2 WARNING LABEL I.D. Label 2. Align dimple of top pole with slot of middle pole. While maintaining alignment, bounce middle pole (2) into top pole section (1) using a wood scrap as shown until top pole no longer moves toward pole identification mark on middle pole. CAUTION! THE IDENTIFICATION STICKER IS LOCATED 5 FROM THE END OF THE POLE. WHEN PROPERLY POUNDED TOGETHER, THE POLE SECTIONS SHOULD HAVE A 3-1/2 MINIMUM OVERLAP, LEAVING 1-1/2 BETWEEN THE OVERLAPPING POLE AND THE IDENTIFICATION STICKER. NOTE: POLE SECTIONS SHOULD HAVE A 3-1/2 (9 CM) MINIMUM OVERLAP. 2 IDENTIFICATION STICKER middle pole 2 5 POLE IDENTIFICATION MARK IDENTIFICATION STICKER middle pole 1-1/2 1 WOOD SCRAP (NOT SUPPLIED) 9 03/04 P/N 3. Align dimple of middle pole with slot of bottom pole. While maintaining alignment, bounce top and middle pole assembly (1 & 2) onto lower pole section (3) as shown until they no longer move toward pole identification mark. CAUTION! THE IDENTIFICATION STICKER IS LOCATED 5 FROM THE END OF THE POLE. WHEN PROPERLY POUNDED TOGETHER, THE POLE SECTIONS SHOULD HAVE A 3-1/2 MINIMUM OVERLAP, LEAVING 1-1/2 BETWEEN THE OVERLAPPING POLE AND THE IDENTIFICATION STICKER. 2 5 NOTE: POLE SECTIONS SHOULD HAVE A 3-1/2 (9 CM) MINIMUM OVERLAP. IDENTIFICATION STICKER 2 Bottom Pole 3 1 IDENTIFICATION STICKER Bottom Pole 1-1/2 3 POLE IDENTIFICATION MARK 2 3 RODS SHOWN ARE FOR VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF ALIGNMENT AND ARE NOT SUPPLIED WITH THE HARDWARE WOOD SCRAP (NOT SUPPLIED) IMPORTANT!: Holes in top (1) and bottom pole (3) sections MUST align to correctly position elevator system toward playing surface. P/N /04 10 FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Owner must ensure that all players know and follow these rules for safe operation of the system. DO NOT HANG on the rim or any part of the system including backboard, support braces or net. During play, especially when performing dunk type activities, keep player's face away from the backboard, rim and net. Serious injury could occur if teeth/face come in contact with backboard, rim or net. Do not slide, climb, shake or play on base and/or pole. After assembly is complete, fill system completely with water or sand and stake to the ground. Never leave system in an upright position without filling base with weight, as system may tip over causing injuries. When adjusting height or moving system, keep hands and fingers away from moving parts. Do not allow children to move or adjust system. During play, do not wear jewelry (rings, watches, necklaces, etc.). Objects may entangle in net. Surface beneath the base must be smooth and free of gravel or other sharp objects. Punctures cause leakage and could cause system to tip over. Keep organic material away from pole base. Grass, litter, etc. could cause corrosion and/or deterioration. Check pole system for signs of corrosion (rust, pitting, chipping) and repaint with exterior enamel paint. If rust has penetrated through the steel anywhere, replace pole immediately. Check system before each use for proper ballast, loose hardware, excessive wear and signs corrosion and repair before use. Check system before each use for instability. Do not use system during windy and/or severe weather conditions; system may tip over. Place system in the storage position and/or in an area protected from the wind and free from personal property and/or overhead wires. Never play on damaged equipment. See instruction manual for proper installation and maintenance. When moving system, use caution to keep mechanism from shifting. Keep pole top covered with cap at all times. Do not allow water in tank to freeze. During sub-freezing weather add non-toxic antifreeze, sand or empty tank completely and store. (Do not use salt.) Use extreme caution if placing system on sloped surface. System may tip over more easily. In the U.S.: and Canada: /99 SECTION B: ASSEMBLE THE BASE This is what your system will look like when you ve finished this section: WARNING IMPORTANT!: THE WARNING LABEL MUST BE VISIBLE FROM PLAYING AREA TOOLS REQUIRED FOR THIS SECTION HARDWARE USED IN THIS SECTION (not actual size) (2) 1/2 AND (2) 9/16 Wrenches AND/OR (2) Socket Wrenches and Sockets Item #9 Item #13 Item #14 Item #15 1/2 9/16 Item #17 Item #11 AND a Hammer or Mallet Item #10 Item # /04 P/N 1. Assemble pole bracket (12) to pole (3) using bolt (13) and locknut (14) as shown. 2. Attach pole assembly to base using carriage bolts (15) washers(10) and nuts (11) as shown. Two people are required for this step. WARNING! TWO PEOPLE REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCEDURE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. IMPORTANT!: THE CUT CORNERS OF THE POLE BRACKET NEED TO FACE TOWARD THE BACK OF THE BASE AS SHOWN IMPORTANT!: DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN P/N /04 12 3. Secure tank struts (16) to pole as shown. Nut should be tightened until flush (even) with locknuts outer edge. Place cap (17) over exposed end of bolt as shown WARNING! TWO PEOPLE REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCEDURE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. 16 IMPORTANT!: 4. Rotate non-secured ends of tank struts (16) outward to mounting holes in tank as shown.secure ends of tank struts (16) to tank as shown. Repeat for opposite side /04 P/N 5. Insert axle (5) through wheel bracket (4). Secure wheels (6) to axle using pushnuts (7). Carefully tap pushnuts onto axle with hammer or mallet IMPORTANT!: SIDE OF WHEEL WITH LONGER PLASTIC AXLE NEEDS TO FACE THE WHEEL BRACKET Install wheel assembly to base (8) using bolts(9), washers(10) and nuts (11) as shown P/N /04 14 SECTION C: ASSEMBLE THE ELEVATOR & BACKBOARD This is what your system will look like when you ve finished this section: TOOLS REQUIRED FOR THIS SECTION HARDWARE USED IN THIS SECTION (not actual size) (2) 1/2, (2) 9/16 AND (2) 3/4 Wrenches Item #29 Item #55 Item #54 Item #19 AND/OR (2) Socket Wrenches and Sockets Item #21 Item #50 Item #31 Item #24 Item #11 Item #59 1/2 9/16 3/4 Item #22 Item #44 15 Item #43 Item #30 03/04 P/N 1. Install pole mount bracket (28) and reinforcement bracket (18) with carriage bolts (22) as shown. Tighten flange nuts (11) completely Attach spacers (24, 43) to pole mount bracket (28) with bolts (29), washers (44), and lock nuts (31) as shown. IMPORTANT! Tighten just until washers (44) stop moving P/N /04 16 3. Assemble lanyard (26) to locking pin (27) as shown (FIG A). Attach covers (35) onto pole mount bracket (28) with carriage bolt (19) and nut (11) as shown FIG. A IMPORTANT!: Loop end of pin lanyard (26) over carriage bolt (19) as it passes through the pole mount bracket (28) during this assembly Apply logo and height indicator labels (23) to adjustment rod (51) as shown. Attach handle parts (52, 53) to adjustment rod with screw (55), carriage bolts (54), and flange nuts (11) as shown IMPORTANT!: Indicator labels should be applied as close to holes as possible to prevent labels from being damaged during height adjustment /04 P/N 27 5. Insert handle assembly through pole mount assembly as shown. Lock pole assembly in place at the 10 (3.05 m) mark with pin (27) Assemble backboard brackets (45) using spacers (30), bolts (29), and nuts (31) as shown. 29 IMPORTANT!: KEEP HARDWARE LOOSE UNTIL AFTER STEP 8 IS COMPLETED Face of Backboard P/N /04 18 7. Identify elevator tubes (33 & 34). Toward Board Upper Elevator tube 33 Toward Pole Toward Board Lower Elevator tube 34 Toward Pole Attach lower elevator tubes (34) and counter balance spring (48) to backboard support brackets (45) using spacers (46 & 49), bolt (50), and nut (21) as shown. NOTE: Rim mounting nuts and bolts supplied with rim hardware. NOTE: DO NOT use washers here on spring return style rims Refer To Instructions Included With Rim Hardware For Rim Assembly /04 P/N 8. Attach upper elevator tubes (33) to backboard support brackets (45) using spacers (46 & 49), bolt (50), and nut (21) as shown. IMPORTANT!: TIGHTEN ALL HARDWARE FROM STEP 6-8 AFTER THIS ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETED P/N /04 20 9. Support pole on sawhorse. Attach backboard assembly to top pole section (1) as shown. Install pole cap (25). WARNING! USE CAUTION; ELEVATOR ASSEMBLY IS HEAVY. TWO PEOPLE REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCEDURE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE Install upper elevator tubes (33) to triangle plates (32) as shown. Install handle assembly to lower elevator tubes (34) using bolt (50), spacers (20), and nut (21) as shown NOTE: Before going on to next step, set adjustable system assembly to the 10 (3.05 m) setting /04 P/N 11. Insert bolt (50) through left side upper elevator tube (33), then stretch spring (48) onto bolt (50). Insert bolt (50) through right side upper elevator tube (33) and secure with nut (21). WARNING! USE EYE PROTECTION WHEN INSTALLING SPRINGS P/N /04 22 SECTION D: SECURING THE SYSTEM 1. Roll assembly to desired playing area. Secure assembly to ground using rope (56) and tie down stake (36). Fill base (8) with water (approx. 40 gallons) and snap fill caps (37) in place. CAUTION! ADD TWO GALLONS (7.6 LITERS) OF NON-TOXIC ANTIFREEZE IN SUB- FREEZING CLIMATES. WARNING! DO NOT LEAVE ASSEMBLY UNATTENDED WHEN EMPTY; IT MAY TIP OVER. WARNING! TWO PEOPLE REQUIRED FOR THIS PROCEDURE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE /04 P/N SECTION E: INSTALL FRONT COVER 1. Install front cover (38) by lining up stand-offs along the tank struts. Insert a tie strap (39) through the top two and bottom two stand offs. Wrap tie straps around tank struts as shown and secure tightly. Trim excess of tie strap as shown in FIG.A. 38 STANDOFFS FIG.A 39 P/N /04 24 SECTION F: NET INSTALLATION 1. Install clips. WARNING! USE OF THIS PRODUCT WITHOUT PROPER INSTALLATION OF SMART CLIPS, OR WHEN ALL SMART CLIPS ARE NOT PRESENT COULD RESULT IN BODILY HARM. BE SURE TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY. CLIP ARM CLIP BODY A Insert one arm of clip into ram as shown. Twist body of clip slightly so that second arm slides over the top of the first arm as shown. Push in direction indicated by arrows. Push second arm back and into ram as shown. B C Twist body of clip slightly again to spread arms of clip. Clip arms must be flat and touching edge to edge as shown, not overlapping /04 P/N SIDE VIEW NETCLIP NET Insert net into bottom of clip as shown. Twist net until it snaps into position. Net must be centered through clip. SIDE VIEW NETCLIP NET P/N /04 26 SECTION G: APPLY HEIGHT AND MOVING LABEL 1. Apply Height Adjustment and Moving Label (42) to front of pole, where it is clearly visible. 42 HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT TO ADJUST BACKBOARD: 1 1. While holding handle, remove pin. 2. Move elevator up or down to desired height. 3. Replace pin full length to lock system at desired height MOVING SYSTEM 1 1. Adjust basketball backboard height to lowest position. 2. While holding pole, rotate basketball system forward unt
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