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IMPORTANT:
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CONTAINS IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. YOU MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ASSEMBLING YOUR BUGGY.

BUGGY INSTRUCTIONS

Safety

Thank you for purchasing your new Flexifoil buggy. If operated and looked after properly, your new buggy will serve you well. Before assembling and using this buggy, you must take time to read and understandthe following instructions and safety warnings. IMPORTANT: THIS BUGGY HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR KITE TRACTION ONLY AND NO OTHER MEANS OF PROPULSION SHOULD BE USED.

SAFETY FIRST: KITE TRACTION ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING KITE BUGGYING, ARE EXTREME SPORTS, WHICH CAN BE BOTH EXHILARATING AND DANGEROUS. YOU MUST READ AND ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING SAFETY WARNINGS TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE A GREAT KITE BUGGYINGEXPERIENCE.

SAFETY WARNINGS:

GENERAL:

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Read all instructions and safety guidelines before using Flexifoil products Use extreme caution when using kite traction equipment. Improper use of this equipment can cause injury or death. Traction kites are not parachutes or paragliders and must not be used as such. Do not use this buggy under the influence of alcohol or mind-altering drugs.LEARNING:

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Do not attempt to kite buggy until you have mastered control of your traction kite. Beginners should learn to kite buggy in lighter winds or seek tuition from an authorised instructor.

WEATHER CONDITIONS:

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Never use your buggy in conditions that are too extreme or winds that are too strong for your skill level or your equipment. Never kite buggy if you cannot safely handlethe power of your kite. Use a smaller kite or wait for lighter wind. Gusty winds can cause difficulties for the inexperienced flier. Wait for steady (clean) winds.

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BUGGY INSTRUCTIONS

Safety

LOCATION / SITE ASSESSMENT:

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Do not kite buggy near overhead power cables, roads, airports, cars, railways, people or animals. Always behave in a responsible manner and respect othersite users. Always select a buggy site free from people and obstacles and dangerous items such as broken glass. Stay away from unsecured kites and lines on the ground as a kite can re-launch itself at any time. Disable your kite and lines on the ground when not in use. Never kite buggy on congested beaches and fields or where your activity could injure someone. Respect nature. Don’t leave anyrubbish behind. Always maintain plenty of clear space around you in all directions. A kite can pull you down wind for a considerable distance. Make sure you have permission from the site owner, if applicable.

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You must always check all your equipment (buggy, kite, lines, harness, safety gear etc.) before using it. Do not kite buggy with worn or damaged lines or equipment. Repairor replace accordingly. Always kite buggy with the appropriate safety equipment (helmet, knee and elbow pads, strong shoes, suitable eyewear, gloves etc.). Never attach yourself permanently to the kite. Kite lines and bridles under tension can cut like a knife and can cause serious injury or death. Always keep your kite lines away from people, animals and other buggy pilots. Never allowinexperienced kite fliers to use your equipment. Remember you are responsible for the safe operation of your kite, buggy and equipment. Use common sense.

INSURANCE:

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We strongly recommend you take out a third party liability insurance that covers kite buggying.

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BUGGY INSTRUCTIONS

Box Contents

Your buggy box should contain the following parts. If the box is not complete contact yourdealer immediately.

3 wheels (un-inflated) with fitted bearings.

1 front fork

1 front fork down-tube with fitted bearing bushes

1 left and 1 right side frame 1 splash guard kit

2 adjustable spanners 2 foot pegs

A bag containing the following: 1 stainless steel bolt with large flat washer for the front fork 2 stainless steel bolts with self-locking nuts for the foot-pegs 2...
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