Jc26 X Assembly Guide

Jc26 x assembly guide

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Assembly Guide
Congratulations on your purchase of a JC26-X Performer trike!
The Performer JC26-X is designed for everything from touring to
commuting and shopping in the city. The JC26-X frames are made
of lightweight aluminum with a large diameter to enhance strength
and durability

When you receive your trike, please make sure everything in the
Included Parts List have been included. Your trike has already been
half assembled and this manual will provide details on the remaining

Table of Contents
Included Parts--------------------------------------------4
Assembly Guide-----------------------------------------5
Frame and Wheels--------------------------------------------------------------5
Frame Alignment----------------------------------------------------------------5
Installing Pedals-----------------------------------------------------------------6
Installing Seat--------------------------------------------------------------------6
Installing Brake and Shifter Cables-----------------------------------------6
Shifter Cables--------------------------------------------------------------------7
Brakes Cables-------------------------------------------------------------------7
Adjusting Handlebars----------------------------------------------------------8
Adjusting Boom------------------------------------------------------------------8
Routing Chain--------------------------------------------------------------------8
Adjusting Chain Length--------------------------------------------------------9
Adjusting Derailleurs-----------------------------------------------------------9
Safety Recommendations-------------------------10
Limited Warranty---------------------------------------------------------------10
Limited Warranty Contact Information------------------------------------11
Included Parts List
Brake wires/
Quick release Headrest Chain Tools
Shifter wires
Taps for
Rear derailleur Pedals Reflector Cable housing
Screws Cable tie Paint Hanger Protect sticker
Assembly Guide
Frame and Wheels
1. Place the frame on the outrigger tubes. (Pic 1)
2. Attach the four boom bolts without fully tightening

3. Attach the rear wheel to the main frame. (Pic 2)
4. Remove the nut and one spring from the quick release. Insert
the quick release and remaining spring from the left side of the
trike through the rear axle and tighten

5. Replace the spring and tension nut on the right side

6. Install rear derailleur. (Pic 3)
7. Make adjustments to the rear derailleur if necessary now as this
is more easily done before attaching the chain. (Pic 4)
Pic 1 Pic 2
Pic 3 Pic 4
Frame Alignment
1. Make sure the rear wheel is vertical to
ground and the front two wheels are
parallel to each other

2. Picture 5 shows the front wheels OUT of
alignment towards the right. To correct
this, loosen the right two bolts and then
tighten the left two bolts. Reverse this
process for correcting a lean towards the
left. Once the frame aligned, carefully
tighten the four bolts in an alternating
pattern to avoid misalignment until they Pic 5
are fully tightened

3. Run the tie rod below the frame and attach it to the tie rod
mounts. (Pic 6)
4. Measure the distance between the tires at both the leading edge
(Pic 7) and the trailing edge of the tires. (Pic 8)
5. Rotate the tie rod until the two measurements in step 7 are

6. Tighten the two tie rod locking nuts. (Pic 9)
Pic 6 Pic 7
Pic 8 Pic 9
Installing Pedals
Performer strongly recommend the clipless pedal system to reduce
leg fatigue and to avoid injury caused by feet slipping from the
pedals. Grease pedal and screw in the right pedal clockwise and left
pedal counterclockwise. Tighten the pedals at the base

Installing Seat
Once you determine your preferred position, install seat onto the
seat bracket. Lock the seat clamp and headrest bolts tightly. Make
sure that the seat attachment are tightened securely. If the
attachments are not sufficiently tight, the loose bolts on the FRP
seat may break the seat from the bottom with use. Attach the seat
pad with the provided Velcro strips on the seat pad to the FRP seat

Installing Brake and Shifter Cables
Attached to the frame are three cable guides for the rear derailleur
cable, as well as two cable guides for the front derailleur. Be sure to
avoid sharp bends while routing the cables. Grip shifters have been
installed on the handlebars with the shifter wire already threaded

Shifter Cables
1. Insert the boom into the frame, making sure that the front
derailleur is on top and the crank is to the right. Do not fully
tighten the bolts

2. Slide the right hand shifter wire into a cable tube and route it
along the tie rod. (Pic 10)
3. Check that the cable is long enough for a full turn in both

4. Route the shifter cable under the seat bracket and through the
cable guide. (Pic 11)
5. Slide the shifter wire into a short cable tube. Insert the shifter
cable tubes into the rear frame guides, leaving an exposed
section of cable between them. Insert the shifter wire into the rear

6. Pull the shifter wire tightly, tighten the derailleur wire screw, and
seal the end with a provided wire cap. (Pic 12. Pic 13)
Pic 10 Pic 11
Pic 12 Pic 13
7. Slide the left hand shifter wire into a cable tube and also route it
along the tie rod

8. Route the front shifter cable through the cable guide below the
boom and then into the guide on the boom itself. Insert the shifter
wire into the front derailleur, tighten the wire screw, and seal the
end with a provided wire cap

Brake Cables
Front brake cable (right hand):
1. Squeeze the brake lever to open it up and place the head of the
cable into the lever

2. String the brake wire into a cable tube. (Pic 14)
3. Thread brake cable into brake arm and seal the end with a
provided cap. (Pic 15)
4. Attach the brake and shifter cables to the tie rod with a provided
zip tie. (Pic 16)
5. If the wheel drags slightly, adjust the brake pad by using the
brake pad adjusting knobs

6. Repeat for the left slide

Pic 14 Pic 15 Pic 16
Adjusting Handlebars
Each handlebar may be adjusted independently. To adjust, loosen
the two handlebar bolts to and move the handlebar to a comfortable
position. Tighten handlebar bolts. (Pic 17)
Adjusting Boom
Sit on the seat and step against the pedal, carefully sliding the boom
in or out to adjust to a comfortable leg length. Make sure that the
crank is vertical and then tighten the two frame bolts securing the
boom in position. (Pic 18)
Routing Chain
1. Moving in the reverse pedaling direction, route the chain over the
smallest chain ring, through the front derailleur and through the
upper chain tube. (Pic 19)
2. Run the chain below the under-seat idler and through the idler
chain guard. (Pic 20)
3. Run the chain through the next chain tube (not shown), over the
sprockets, and then down through the rear derailleur. (Pic 21)
4. Finally, run the chain through the lower tube to reach the other
end of the chain. (Pic 21)
Pic 19 Pic 20
Pic 21
Adjusting Chain Length
The proper chain length is determined by the position of the rear

1. Shift to the smallest cog in both the front and the rear

2. Pull the chain taut. If the chain is too short, there will be a gap as
in. (Pic 22)
3. There should be a small gap, enough to prevent rubbing,
between the derailleur and the chain. (Pic 23)
4. Once the proper length has been determined, break the chain
using the provided tool and use the provided master link to attach
the chain

Pic 22 Pic 23
Adjusting Derailleurs
1. Check if the chain can shift to the largest and smallest cog on the
rear wheel, if not, the rear derailleur H/L limit screws will need to
be adjusted,
2. If the chain won’t go to the largest cog, loosen the L. If it won’t
shift to the smallest cog, loosen the H

3. If the front derailleur won’t shift the chain to the largest chainring,
loosen the H .If it won’t shift the chain to the smallest chainring,
loosen the L

Install Fender
Front fender:
1. Remove the screw from head parts. (Pic 24)
2. Remove handlebar. (Pic 25)
3. Place the fender holder and attach fender. (Pic 26)
4. Re-install handlebar and head parts. (Pic 27)
Pic 24 Pic 25
Pic 26 Pic 27
Rear fender:
1. Place the rear fender on the rear wheel. (Pic 28)
2. Tighten the bolts. (Pic 29)
3. Adjusted the height. (Pic 30)
Pic 28 Pic 29
Pic 30

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