I need help to figure out how to disassemble my Kelty Coyote 4500W backpack!
I've tried loosening all the straps I can find, and undoing some velcro, but got to the point where I can't go any further. I've looked up the owner's manual and saw instructions for cleaning, but nothing about how the backpack can be removed and replaced onto the frame. SO frustrated!
I need to take it off the rack to wash it in preparation for an upcoming trip.
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make sure all straps (especially at the bottom) are pulled tightly. If it is an old pack then the material may just be stretched and there is nothing to do outside of get a newer bag. My pack also sags at the bottom but i just stuff my sleeping bag crammed into the bottom and it fills it out a bit and makes it less saggy. if the bag is not very old, then maybe there is a warranty on it.
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Make sure you are turning the nut to the right to loosen, if you are already doing that but cannot hold the line head still to loosen the nut some feature a hole to insert a screwdriver or pin (supplied with the trimmer) or if yours does not have that: use a nylon strap or even a leather belt to wrap around the head, and then clamp the loose end in a vise or quick clamps and it will hold it in place well enough to loosen the bolt.
You have to pull the metal tab back all the way. It will click and lay
flat, but you have to keep it pressed down for it has a tendency to snap
shut. There are two ratchet stop check levers (black plastic pieces
on the side of the strap). The way they look it would seem that you
would have to squeeze them together, toward the strap, but you have to
push them down towards the boot. Remember to keep the metal tab
depressed so it doesn't snap shut on you. Once you push both levers down
and clear the bevels on the strap, you can pull the strap back out.
Open and close the strap a few times to get the "new" out of it. With
more use, you will be able to squeeze the levers together (like you
couldn't do the first time) and depress the levers in one motion making
the taking off of your skate a lot easier. Hope this helped.
Yeah its a bit tricky. ON the fron of the car seat there is a strap that goes intot he seat and has a button to lossen it. Press it down to lossen that strap then flip seat over and on the bottom you will find other end of the same strap and it has a brass t-fitting. Take it and pull it up the back side of seat and the shoulder straps fit into the brass fitting then tighten by pulling strap in front of chair.