Thank you for purchasing your new Lawn Glider from CandyBouncer.com. Please unpack your glider and make certain no parts are missing or damaged. Should you encounter an issue with your glider, its parts or the assembly process please contact CandyBouncer.com at 512-663-2808. Email: Support@CandyBouncer.com
The assembly of the glider can be accomplished by one person however, during a few of the assembly steps a helper makes it much easier and may avoid damage to the finish. It is also easier to work from a padded table or other suitable raised flat surface.
Please note. Fastener kits have been upgraded to stainless steel. Eight (8) locking style nuts are provided and separately bagged to use when securing the Four (4) Swing Arms to frame.
Find the Chair parts consisting of two (2) Backs and two (2) Seats as shown in Fig. 1. Locate eight (8) short bolts, sixteen (16) washers and eight (8) nuts for each of the two (2) Seat and Back sets to be assembled.
The Chair Seats and Backs are joined with short screws and a washer inserted from backside of Chair Back and secured with a washer and nut.
Locate two (2) Seat Frame halves, long straight front cross member and long rear cross member with rounded ends. See Fig. 2. Notice the two (2) Chair halves have small indentations at the mounting holes on one side only. Indentations at mounting holes for the Chair Seats and Backs should face to the outside of the Seat Frame when assembled. See Fig 3 & 4.
Join the two (2) Seat Frame halves with the long rear cross member by slipping the crimped end into the full round open end of the cross member. Note: The mounting hole in center of Cross Member should angle up and away form Glider Assembly as shown in Fig. 5 with support bar in place.
A light tap with a soft, rubber hammer may be required to seat the tubing fully. See Fig 6. A piece of soft wood and light tap from a regular hammer will also work. Be certain to protect the finished surface from a direct blow to prevent chipping of the finish.
Locate two (2) long screws, four (4) washers and two (2) nuts. Place a washer over a screw and insert through mounting hole on front of Seat Frame. See Fig. 7. Install one end of cross member over this screw and place one additional washer on screw with a nut and finger tighten. See Fig. 7. Repeat for opposite end. Do not tighten at this time.
Chair Seat and Back are joined to frame with four (4) long screws, eight (8) washers, four (4) plastic washers and four (4) nuts. For Single Glider ONLY, please read Single Glider Assembly Notes at end of these instructions before proceeding. Plastic washers are positioned between frame and Chair with flat side facing Chair. See. Fig 8. Insert screw from outside of frame. Do not fully tighten at this time. Insert one (1) short screw with washer through front inside mounting hole of the two Chair Seat and Back Assemblies. Secure with a washer and nut. Finger tighten only at this time.
Locate short flat bar that joins the back of the Chair Seat and Back Assembly to rear cross member. Attach with flat bar on top of cross member with one (1) long screw and two (2) washers, one on each side and nut. Attach Seat and Back to short bar by sliding bar between the two Seat and Back Assemblies and secure with one (1) screw and nut only. See Fig. 9. Tighten all screws and nuts. Insert plastic caps into end of Chair Frame. Fig. 10.
Join the remaining Glider Frame parts by inserting the tapered ends of the long straight cross member into the mating ends of the right and left frame halves. Insure mounting holes fully align. Secure with long screw and washer plus a washer and nut. See Figs. 11 & 12. Repeat on opposite side and fully tighten. Insert plastic caps into foot of Glider Frame.
Place Glider Frame around Chair Seat Frame Assembly with long cross member at rear of assembly. See Fig. 13.
Locate the four (4) Swing Arms, eight (8) long screws, sixteen (16) washers and eight (8) locking style nuts. Attach the four (4) Swing Arms to the inside of Glider Frame with long screw and washer. Screw should enter from Swing Arm. Swing Arm should slant toward Chair Seat and Back Assembly. See Figs. 14 & 15. Secure with washer and locking style nut with moderate tightening force. The Swing Arm should feel tight to frame but still able to move with light force. Repeat for remaining Swing Arms.
Lift Chair Seat Frame Assembly enough to allow front Swing Arm to align with mounting hole. Insert long screw with washer from outside of Swing Arm in same manner as previous step. Install remaining Swing Arms in like method. Tighten swing arms just enough to allow for movement without excessive side to side play of Chair Seat Frame inside Glider Frame. Fig. 16 shows a completed Glider.