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Stealth direct onto cage? help!! #110313
06/14/06 04:06 PM
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Hi guys Im having a blonde moment!!! Ive just taken my stealth off my cage to clean and for the life of me cant remember which way it goes back on!!! I have 2 small washers, a short sleeve and a long sleeve and a big washer. Everyway Ive tried doesnt seem right.

Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110314
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I have not idea if this is going to make sense but here goes…

The long bolt goes through the center of the wheel,
The sleeve then go on
Now a small washer

That is all on the inside of the cage….
On the out side will be the other two washers and then the nut…


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Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110315
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What I have done is this....put short sleeve on bolt then washer then stealth thenlong sleeve then small washer then big washer then through cage then nut...but its a bit wobbly!!!!
I tried that way xglider but it seemed worse!!! aarrrggggggg

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06/14/06 04:59 PM
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Sorry – I’m at work right now and was trying to describe it from memory…


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Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110317
06/14/06 05:16 PM
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[:"#666666"] <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wave.gif" alt="" /> Tillie,
I think you have the right idea but the wrong order <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/nixweiss.gif" alt="" />
I'm going to try from memory like xglider because I'm also at work <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/worried2.gif" alt="" />
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What I have done is this....put short sleeve on bolt then washer then stealth thenlong sleeve then small washer then big washer then through cage then nut...but its a bit wobbly!!!!
I tried that way xglider but it seemed worse!!! aarrrggggggg

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[:"#666666"] Put the short sleeve on the bolt - then through the stealth (no washer yet) - then the long sleeve - a washer - through the cage - another washer - and finally the nut <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/exclamation.gif" alt="" />
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Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110318
06/14/06 06:07 PM
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thanks guys think its ok now although a little wobbly still.... just in time though as 11pm here and Pacha just about to wake up!!! Think I'll keep this thread for next time!!!

Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110319
06/14/06 08:26 PM
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Tillie, Put the small metal spacer on the bolt first. Then insert the bolt through the front of the wheel. Next slip the long metal spacer on the bolt. The long spacer should be on the back of the wheel. Next put one of your washers on the bolt and stick the bolt through your cage wire. Put the other washer on the outside of the cage wire. The two washers will kind of sandwhich the cage wire. Put the nut on and tighten as tight as it will go. I hope this helps.


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Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110320
06/14/06 11:28 PM
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Thanks hushpuppy...would that be the same as I have a wood framed cage and have drilled a hole through the wood to put the bolt through? Its now 4.15 a.m here so will have to wait for my fella to get up as its a 2 man job as my cage is over 6ft...poor Pacha cant make out why his wheel is so hard to run round as we speak!!!

Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110321
06/14/06 11:50 PM
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I've never done it that way but I think it will work the same. I think if you put a washer on each side of the wood it would work the same as putting them one each side of the wire.


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Re: Stealth direct onto cage? help!! [Re: ] #110322
06/15/06 10:37 AM
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<img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thanx.gif" alt="" /> I have just sorted it.... Pacha will be a happy critter when he wakes up as its back to normal.


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