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50cc Wolverine Dirt Bike
• After removing the bike from the packing container your first step is to
put on the front tire.
• There is a tool kit that comes with the bike, this will have the
appropriate tools that you will need for every task.
• Please make sure that the front forks are installed on the proper sides
of the bike. You can tell this by looking at the front forks. The axel
should always be on the front of the forks.
• You need to make sure that the tire is properly mounted. There is a
tab that is on the front left shock. This tab must be set into the slot on
the hub of the tire.
• The brake line can then be placed through the small clamp on the
shock. Attach the brake cable to the actuator arm on the hub of the
• The cable must go through the pin in the arm and then you can attach
the tensioning nut on the end of the cable. This nut is what tightens
the brakes. By screwing the nut tighter you in turn tighten the brakes.
• Mount the handle bars. Make sure that the bars are set in a manner so
that the person who will be riding the bike can reach the brakes and is
• The bolts on the handle bars should be hand tight plus on quarter turn.
• Put the number plate and the front fender together and then attach
them to the front steering assembly.
• Mount the rear tire.
• Remove the spacer from the back shock mount of the bike. Make sure
you keep the bolt and nut as this will be the hardware that you will use
to bolt the rear shock on.
• After you have put the shock on make sure that you have threaded the
bolt into the nylon of the nut, this will insure that the nut does not fall
• The rear brake is set the same way that the front brake is.
• Install the gear shift lever, make sure that it is on horizontally
• Now that you have both tires on you should test both the front and the
rear brakes to make sure that they both work properly. Adjustment for
the brakes is done by turning the nut at the end of the brake cable
were it goes through the actuating arm.
• Check the pressure in the tires, it should be set at or just under the
max load reading on the side of the tire.
• Check that there is oil in the engine.
• Brake in period is 3 to 5 hours, you can change the oil to 10W30
within this period.
• Test that throttle and make sure that it does not stick at all.
• Before riding the bike please go over it with a wrench and make sure
all the nuts and bolts are tight.
• Make sure that the starter switch is in the on position.
• Make sure that the bike is in Neutral gear
• Turn the engine choke on
• Kick the engine over