Assembling your Limited, notes

Denis Shelston

Active Member
Well, it's done. Fully assembled. Looks absolutely stunning.

My wife says: wow, it's soooo big. A comment only a husband can appreciate I guess ;)

Some notes, there is no Limited specific installation notes in the documentation at all. There is instruction for the Téo S.

1. I installed the seat first
2. Then the handlebar, after turning forward the stem thingy, adjusted it slightly for proper brake handle position.
3. Flipped the bike upside down
4. Removed the plastic front fork filler
5. The front fender is not installed
6. Install it before putting the front wheel
7. Unscrew the front head light.
8. The upper fender bracket I put between the front head light and the brace, I tried putting it behind the brace, but the screw is a tad too short. Fits perfectly.
9. Put the 2 pedals on, a Left and a Right pedal.
10. The derailleur protector is not installed
11. Installed it, but no screw is provided for the top hole, will look in my toolbox...
12. Installed the rear rack, easy peasy, very nice and super light. Slightly angled towards the back, but not too much. Love how it attaches to rear forks.
13. Installed the lamp on rack
14. Another rear seat post lamp is provided too.
15. Not sure about those 2 yellow reflectors in the wheel spokes... must be a law.
16. Battery is pretty charged up.
17. Tightened all screws for good measure.
18. Excellent fit and finish, very impressed. RED is the fastest colour.
19. Wife says again.... It's sooo big. :) it's the Medium by the way.

Will be home tomorrow, will post a few pictures then.
 
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Falken

Active Member
Nice @Denis Shelston ! Thanks for giving us some heads up! Strange there is no installation guide with the limited? One question......(this made me smile as soon as I read your post)
Whats your wife going to think about your unit when a large limited pulls up?:eek::D just wondering.......;)
 

Denis Shelston

Active Member
My guess is that front fender, luggage rack, rear light were minor differences and did not warrant an extra chapter... But it's pretty straight forward.
 

Falken

Active Member
My guess is that front fender, luggage rack, rear light were minor differences and did not warrant an extra chapter... But it's pretty straight forward.
Oh ok. I think I understand. There IS a guide but it doesn't reference the extra features the limited has?
 

Falken

Active Member
If you guys are talking like that about bikes, I can't imagine if we'd be a muscle car owners' forum!:p Well, since I own a large black, bow down gentlemen! :cool::cool:
LOL!!! Sry but @Denis Shelston left himself wide open for that one:)
Can't comment on the battery as of yet:(:(:( But thanks for the extra info regarding the screws:D
 

Falken

Active Member
Awesome! Glad to hear he is happy with the bike!! I think some locktight will keep those screws from backing out. Then you wouldn't risk stripping them by over-tightening. We use it quite a bit with our ATV's. Either blue or purple would work just fine I'm thinking.
 

K.C.

New Member
I was going to let the local Bike shop put it together but may do it myself.
Rough idea of how long it takes?
 

Denis Shelston

Active Member
I took my time, maybe 1. 5 hour. The little toolkit provided helps.

I think it's good to do it yourself, helps in understanding how it works.
 

Stoker283

Member
If you guys are talking like that about bikes, I can't imagine if we'd be a muscle car owners' forum!:p Well, since I own a large black, bow down gentlemen! :cool::cool:

Tighten them screws and check them once in a while, especially the kickstand. Loose screws seem to be the most common issues.

Can I ask new owners about 1 stupid thing please: the ONE thing that drives me up the wall with mine is the rubber cap on the battery, where you plug in the charger. Once I'm done charging, I usually have the hardest time putting the cap back on securely to prevent water infiltration... it is sometimes quite frustrating... anyone else?
@america94 I do have the same issue, but from experience with other toys like it, I use a little bit of spit and after a few use it goes in no problem. But there is some o-ring lubricant that can also help, but saliva is cheap enough! :)
 

YYZ2017

Member
I am surprised to hear this.... My fenders // luggage rack were installed.
only had to attach seat / handlebar / front wheel and pedals....
If I recall correctly.
 

YYZ2017

Member
Well, it's done. Fully assembled. Looks absolutely stunning.

19. Wife says again.... It's sooo big. :) it's the Medium by the way.

Will be home tomorrow, will post a few pictures then.
Still waiting for the pictures of the bike (I assume you mean the bike and not your wife ;)